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Pain Relief

Torn Rotator Cuff

About 2 million people in the United State visit their doctors per year due to a rotator cuff problem. The rotator cuff provides structure to your shoulder through various tendons and provides strength to your shoulder. Additionally, your rotator cuff allows you to reach and lift things above your head. A torn rotator cuff weakens

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Ultrasonography: Physical Therapy Care

Ultrasonography is a therapeutic treatment that utilizes ultrasound waves; developed in the 1940s. Today, physical therapists often use ultrasonography as part of their treatment plans. Ultrasonography increases recovery rates by assisting in tissue relaxation, stimulating blood flow, and by enhancing the body’s breakdown of scar tissue. Physical therapist assistants will use the head of the

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What is an Epidural Steroid Injection (ESI)?

After an auto accident, you should seek immediate medical attention; to receive proper care for injuries you may have sustained. After experiencing a traumatic event, the body releases pain-relieving hormones, causing a delay in feelings of pain; lasting anywhere from several hours to several weeks. If you are experiencing electric-like pain in the neck, back,

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Opioid Alternative: Radio Frequency Ablation

Radio Frequency Ablation:  Prior to the Radio Frequency Ablation (RFA), your pain specialist will verify which nerves are causing your pain by conducting a Medial Branch Block. This procedure will allow your pain specialist to gauge the effectiveness of an RFA procedure before you receive it. Medial Branch Blocks can be inserted into the facet

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Your First Chiropractic Visit

Chiropractic treatment focuses on manipulating the Musculoskeletal System to improve overall health. Each chiropractor will have their own approach to your treatment that aims to restore the proper range of motion to your joints. Signs You Should See a Chiropractor: You Have Pain and Tightness  You Have Constant Headaches/Nausea  Lingering Stiffness Decreased Range of Motion

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