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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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cold laser shows strong evidence to help frozen shoulder

Posted by on Nov 9, 2014 in cold laser, shoulder | Comments Off on cold laser shows strong evidence to help frozen shoulder

Concerning Frozen Shoulder. Mobilization and cold laser are both viable options to treat frozen shoulder. SUMMARY: Concerning Frozen Shoulder. We found strong evidence for the effectiveness of steroid injections and cold laser therapy in short-term and moderate evidence for steroid injections in mid-term follow-up. Moderate evidence was found in favour of mobilization techniques in the short and long term. Br J Sports Med. 2011 Jan;45(1):49-56. doi: 10.1136/bjsm.2010.071431. Epub 2010 Jul 20. Frozen shoulder: the effectiveness of conservative and surgical interventions–systematic review. Favejee MM1, Huisstede BM, Koes BW. Author information 1Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Abstract BACKGROUND: A variety of therapeutic interventions is available for restoring motion and diminishing pain in patients with frozen shoulder. An overview article concerning the evidence for the effectiveness of these interventions is lacking. OBJECTIVE: To provide an evidence-based...

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