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December 16, 2019
Ease Pain and Avoid Spinal Stenosis Complications Through PRP

Living with spinal stenosis can be a struggle, especially if you frequently experience back pain and discomfort that prevent you from walking and doing your usual activities. When you have spinal stenosis, the spaces within your backbone that house the spinal cord become compressed and narrow, thus putting pressure on the nerve roots that run […]

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November 26, 2019
Why You Shouldn't Take Lumbar Facet Joint Pain For Granted

The knee cartilage is not the only one that may suffer from wear and tear. Just like any other joints, the ones located between the spinal vertebrae are not exempt from degenerative changes brought about by factors similar to those that cause osteoarthritis. These factors include: Old age Injury Repetitive movements Obesity Experts in pain […]

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November 26, 2019
Say Goodbye to Tendinosis Through PRP

The swelling of the tendons, or these masses of thick and fibrous tissues that support and attach the muscles to the joints, is known as tendinosis. It is a chronic condition that usually occurs in the wrist, elbows, shoulders, knees (patellar tendon), and the heels (Achilles tendon).  Tendinosis is often confused with tendonitis because the […]

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November 11, 2019
Sacroiliac Joint Pain: Everything You Need to Know

Sacroiliac joint pain is an important cause of chronic lower back pain. In fact, a study published in Med Devices (Auckl) has revealed that 14-22% of patients who complain of lower back pain are diagnosed with SI joint pain. This means that this condition affects approximately 10 million adults in the United States alone. SI […]

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October 29, 2019
What is Neuropathic Pain and How to Manage It?

Neuropathic pain happens when there is damage or injury to the nerves, or a disease affecting the transmission of information from the brain to the skin, the muscles and the rest of the body. The pain may feel like numbness, soreness, pins and needles, a burning sensation, or excruciating at even the slightest pressure. If […]

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September 27, 2019
Treat Your Torn Rotator Cuff with PRP

A torn rotator cuff happens when the group of muscles that support and stabilize the shoulder joints become injured, either partially or completely. It's quite a common injury - over 2 million people go to the doctor for torn rotator cuff issues, per to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeon.  According to experts in pain […]

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September 27, 2019
How Myofascial Pain Syndrome Can Interfere with Your Daily Life

Myofascial Pain Syndrome (MPS) is a medical term for muscle pain. It is a chronic condition affecting the connective tissues of the muscles, known as ‘Myofascia’, and the pain may affect a muscle group or a localized, single muscle. This condition affects 30-85% of people with musculoskeletal pain. It's common among those between the ages […]

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August 31, 2019
Relieving Plantar Fasciitis with PRP

Plantar fasciitis, the most common orthopedic problem that causes pain in the heel's bottom. It happens when the plantar fascia thins and wears out, thus reducing the protection and support on the feet.  The plantar fascia is a weblike ligament connecting the heel to the toes. It enables a person to walk and move. It […]

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August 31, 2019
Relieving Plantar Fasciitis with PRP

Plantar fasciitis, the most common orthopedic problem that causes pain in the heel's bottom. It happens when the plantar fascia thins and wears out, thus reducing the protection and support on the feet.  The plantar fascia is a weblike ligament connecting the heel to the toes. It enables a person to walk and move. It […]

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August 31, 2019
Relieving Plantar Fasciitis with PRP

  Plantar fasciitis, the most common orthopedic problem that causes pain in the heel's bottom. It happens when the plantar fascia thins and wears out, thus reducing the protection and support on the feet.  The plantar fascia is a weblike ligament connecting the heel to the toes. It enables a person to walk and move. […]

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