Posts filed under: Pain Management

How Does Bone on Bone Knee Pain Feel? Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that causes your joint tissues to degrade over time, setting off an inflammatory reaction that causes pressure placed directly on the bone of the knee. At...
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Why Do I Still Have Pain After Back Surgery? When it comes to persistent back pain after surgery, many patients find themselves desperate for relief and opt to undergo additional surgeries. This poses a problem for patients in search of...
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Office Syndrome, Causing Back & Neck Pain  Yeah, it’s a thing..  Do you get headaches often at work? Do you have shoulder and chronic low back pain or numbness in your hands and feet? That’s because in today’s work environment...
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Say Goodbye to Carpal Tunnel Pain Carpal tunnel pain is annoying and hard to deal with when your job requires you to use your hands often. Read about our solutions and how they work. When you hear about Carpal tunnel...
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What backpacks, briefcases, and purses can do to your back How briefcases, purses and backpacks are large contributors to your back pain. Today, most women carry oversized purses. On top of that each time they carry their purse, women tend...
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These days, chances are you know someone who has tried acupuncture. You might be skeptical and wonder how it works and what conditions can help? Our acupuncturist Aaron is well versed in many different acupuncture techniques. One that we would...
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It’s no secret that back pain is a pretty common thing. We all deal with it at some point in our life and some more than others. But what do you do when back pain becomes a crippling chronic condition?...
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Shin Splints. Did you cringe when you read those words? If you did, then you know how annoying and frustrating they are.   Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS), also referred to as shin splints, is caused by excessive stress to...
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  Golfer’s elbow also known as medial epicondylitis is an inflammation of the tendons in the medial forearm compartment between the distal humerous and proximal ulna. Pronator teres, flexor carpi radialis, palmaris longus, and flexor carpi ulnaris make up the...
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Regenerative Medicine for labral tears of the shoulder The glenohumeral joint labrum is a soft tissue structure located in the shoulder joint. It is responsible for cushioning and shock absorption during dynamic shoulder movements. This structure is susceptible to injuries...
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