Shoulder pain, Stingers/Burners, Paresthesia, Frozen Shoulder

Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder refers to a shoulder joint that is unable to move properly due to scar tissue. This scar tissue develops when a shoulder is unable to move through its full range of motion. Frozen shoulder typically develops from injuries such as fractures, torn bicep tendons, rotator cuff tears, or soft tissue inflammation. Usually, frozen

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Auto Injuries: Paresthesia (Pins & Needles)

Similar to Stingers/Burners, Paresthesia is a nerve issue, caused by pressure on the nerves or poor blood circulation. By definition, paresthesia is an abnormal sensation in the body; commonly described as feeling like pins-and-needles, though some describe it as a burning, tingling, numb, or itchy feeling. These feelings often permeate through the extremities but can

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Black guy stressing and headache


Migraines affect approximately 12% of the population, differing from headaches in severity, tension, and duration. They are characterized by moderate to severe throbbing pain, typically on one side of the head. Symptoms can last anywhere from a couple of hours to several days. Migraines can increase in severity over time naturally or due to certain

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