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How Exercise Therapy Can Support Pain Management

How Exercise Therapy Can Support Pain Management

by Shearly (SU)
When you hurt, the last thing you probably feel like doing is putting your body through an exercise routine. The truth is, though, exercise therapy can play a big role in pain management. In fact, physical therapy and exercise are often the first step for the treatment and management of chronic pain, and often one of the most effective.

Whiplash Symptoms after a Car accident

by Natalie (SU)
Whiplash (neck sprain or neck strain) is an injury to the neck that occurs when the muscles in your neck are strained, usually because of rapid movement back and then forward, or vice versa. These types of injury are often associated with motor vehicle accidents, but can occur in other instances, such as sports related injuries.

Preparing for Radio Frequency Thermal Ablation

Preparing for Radio Frequency Thermal Ablation

by Yenny (SU)
The Centers for Disease Control, or CDC, estimates that as many as 31 million Americans suffer from some degree of back related pain. Even so, new advances in treatment are offering hope. Thermal ablation therapy addresses persistent back pain by targeting the specific source of your pain. Radio frequency thermal ablation works by heating the nerves using an electrical current generated by radio waves.

What is Spinal Decompression?

What is Spinal Decompression?

by Yenny (SU)
If you have been experiencing severe back pain and nothing seems to work, your doctor may suggest spinal decompression as a way of relieving, or greatly reducing your back and neck pain. In a nutshell, spinal decompression is exactly what it sounds like. It is a way to effectively reduce the compression or pressure on your spine by using traction. This allows for increased blood flow to speed healing of damaged discs, while also removing the pressure caused by damaged spinal discs.

Why Orthopedists are Excited about Stem Cell Therapy

Why Orthopedists are Excited about Stem Cell Therapy

by Stephanie Meadows
Regenerative medicine has become an exciting and revolutionary practice, especially in the fields of sports medicine and orthopedics. Orthopedists are excited about this form of therapy, as it utilizes an innovative approach that exploits the healing powers of your own body to potentially repair injuries, bone and joint pain. Due to the ability of stem cells enhancing the body’s ability to continue to heal itself, orthopedists are often using this newer method of stem cell therapy as an alternative to surgery.

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