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When Shoulder Pain Is Not From The Shoulder

By : on : January 21, 2021 comments : (0)

Sometimes the pain you feel comes from an area other than where it hurts. Sometimes the problem is caused by an adjacent tissue, and others times from a distant, seemingly unrelated structure. As a chiropractic doctor who works with people suffering from many kinds of pain, I am grateful when I can recreate a client’s…

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How to Drain a Pus-Filled Finger

By : on : January 8, 2021 comments : (0)

So here’s a new one for me: I woke up yesterday morning with a very sore ring fingernail on my left hand. I felt it as I staggered to the bathroom still ninety percent asleep. I bumped my hand against the wall, “Ow!” What the heck? I rubbed the edge of the nail a few…

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Return to Exercise Best When Done Gradually

By : on : December 20, 2020 comments : (0)

Have you shed your Covid-15 yet? Those fifteen pounds just about everybody has put on; have you started burning it or are you waiting for the new year? Whether you go back to the mat at home or take it to the gym, whether to slay the Covid-15 or to grunt out knee rehab, the…

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How To Treat Auto Accident Headaches

By : on : December 9, 2020 comments : (0)

Auto accidents are more common than we would like to admit. The average driver, and that’s probably you, has a greater chance of getting into a car crash on a 1,000 mile trip (1 in 366). than a professional bowler has in bowling a perfect game (1 in 460). While auto accident fatalities appear as…

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Relieving Trigger Finger Hand Pain With PRP or Rehab

By : on : November 16, 2020 comments : (0)

I woke up one morning a few years back with the middle finger of my right hand contracted as if I was going to fling a spitball. I thought I must have been dreaming and my body was simply carrying out the action I was performing in the dream. When I tried to move my…

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Popping Knee Pain: Will it Heal or Require Surgery

By : on : August 1, 2020 comments : (1)

I have been teaching sports injuries assessment and treatment to doctors for over a decade. Relative to complex injuries of the shoulder or hip, knee injuries are somewhat simple to assess. Every knee malady has one or more characteristic signs that lead us to suspect the injured tissue, and thus it isn’t that difficult to…

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TMJ Syndrome – A Form of Stress Release

By : on : July 2, 2020 comments : (0)

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is responsible for opening or closing the jaw: chewing, yawning, clenching, biting, all rely on the TMJ to work smoothly and painlessly to function properly. The movement of the jaw joint is just another function we can easily take for granted, because it is only when we have pain and dysfunction…

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Shoulder Pain First Thing In Morning

By : on : June 18, 2020 comments : (0)

Shoulder pain first thing in the morning, difficulty putting on shirts and jackets, and pain lifting the arm above the shoulder are all symptoms of a common yet debilitating condition called shoulder impingement syndrome. They are also common symptoms of a condition called rotator cuff syndrome. Unfortunately, those symptoms are one of the few things…

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Different Leg Lengths Can Cause Pain

By : on : June 12, 2020 comments : (0)

Today’s post comes from a question posed by Twitter follower SH, who asked if her hip pain could be coming from having one leg longer than the other. She went on to say that she only develops symptoms on her left side regardless whether it is Achilles tendon pain or whatever. She did not elaborate…

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Migraines – A Dissociation of Mind and Body

By : on : June 5, 2020 comments : (0)

The question of whether humans are mostly their minds or their bodies has challenged thinkers for ages. No doubt, we have both a mind and a body – our physical form carrying out what appears to be the will of our mind – yet does one reign supreme over the other? Some believe that what…

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