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Why does my back sound like it’s cracking and popping? In the 1970’s, doctors thought that this was from bubbles popping in your joints. Today, some think it might be from oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide between the joints being...
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Ever feel like your knee is “gonna give out?” That feeling of instability could be a symptom of a greater issue. You may have one of these injuries that can be treated by a variety of non-surgical means: Knee Instability: Although...
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Say Goodbye to Carpal Tunnel Pain Carpal tunnel pain is annoying and hard to deal with when your job requires you to use your hands often. Read about our solutions and how they work. When you hear about Carpal tunnel...
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A Physical Therapists Guide to Lower Body Hockey Injuries While warms ups and cool downs help prevent injuries, it’s what you do in between the hockey games and practice that is equally if not more important. In every sport, it...
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What backpacks, briefcases, and purses can do to your back How briefcases, purses and backpacks are large contributors to your back pain. Today, most women carry oversized purses. On top of that each time they carry their purse, women tend...
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Shin Splints. Did you cringe when you read those words? If you did, then you know how annoying and frustrating they are.   Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS), also referred to as shin splints, is caused by excessive stress to...
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  Golfer’s elbow also known as medial epicondylitis is an inflammation of the tendons in the medial forearm compartment between the distal humerous and proximal ulna. Pronator teres, flexor carpi radialis, palmaris longus, and flexor carpi ulnaris make up the...
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How can Regenerative Medicine help heal rotator cuff tears of the shoulder? The glenohumeral joint labrum is a soft tissue structure located in the shoulder joint. It is responsible for cushioning and shock absorption during dynamic shoulder movements. This structure...
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Regenerative Medicine for labral tears of the shoulder The glenohumeral joint labrum is a soft tissue structure located in the shoulder joint. It is responsible for cushioning and shock absorption during dynamic shoulder movements. This structure is susceptible to injuries...
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As new technology and research becomes available, the field of medicine, like any field, is continuously evolving.  One area realizing great advancements and changes is the field of Regenerative Medicine. Performance Rehabilitation & Regenerative Medicine has been a pioneer in...
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