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A common question I get from patients

Posted by on Nov 8, 2016 in elbow, knee, shoulder, sport injury | Comments Off on A common question I get from patients

A common question from patients can be, can you help a shoulder, wrist? Their surprised answer back, and hips and knees too, wow The other day a patient asked me a question about chiropractic and I wanted to email both the question and the answer to all of you who receive my emails. Here was the question… “Can chiropractic care help with shoulders?” In fact I get all of these questions too… “Can chiropractic care help with wrists?” “Can chiropractic care help with ankles?” “Can chiropractic care help with knees?” And the answer is of course! Sadly enough, I assumed most people knew that chiropractic care is great for not only the back and neck, but also the other joints of your body. I adjust patient’s ankles, knees, wrists, and shoulders all of the time. The fact is, many of...

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Tennis Elbow getting relief by cold low lever laser therapy

Posted by on Nov 2, 2014 in cold laser, elbow, research | Comments Off on Tennis Elbow getting relief by cold low lever laser therapy

NSAIDs may be more effective than corticosteroid injections at reducing pain for tennis elbow Low-level laser therapy may be beneficial at improving pain in the short term for tennis elbow  when compared with placebo SUMMARY: Lateral pain in the elbow, tennis elbow can be treated by many ways. Today we just look at three. Corticosteroid injections may increase the recurrence rate compared with physiotherapy, and although repeated injections do create pain relief, it also leads to a greater need for surgery than single corticosteroid injection. Low-level laser therapy (cold laser) may be beneficial at improving pain in the short term when compared with placebo. “` Lateral pain in the elbow affects up to 3% of the population, and is considered an overload injury of the extensor tendons of the forearm where they attach at the lateral epicondyle. Although usually...

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