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What Can You Do For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Well here’s a brief overview of what you can expect when you visit me for your carpal tunnel syndrome: 1. A thorough history. It is VITALLY important, as your doctor, that I ask about job related stressors, hobby related stressors (such as computer work or playing musical instruments), telephone work, or working out – especially […]

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What Is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a often a painful condition of the hand and fingers, specifically the palm, thumb, index finger, middle finger, and part of the ring part (all on the palm side of the hand). It is caused by compression of the median nerve where it passes over the carpal bones (or wrist bones) […]

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Quick & Easy Home Pain Remedy

Here is a quick and easy pain remedy device that you can make at home for under $5.  It can be used to relieve pain until you can see me for treatment.  It only requires 2 tennis balls (preferably in good shape and not flat) and a roll of 1.5 inch athletic tape.  You can […]

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Adjustments Lower Sensitivity To Pain

Spinal manipulative therapy (SMT) influence pain response in healthy people, according to research conducted at the University of Florida in Gainesville. As part of the experiment 90 healthy volunteers “were randomly assigned to receive one of three interventions (SMT, exercise, or rest) to the upper thoracic spine.” Before and after the intervention tested pain sensitivity in cervical and lumbar areas […]

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No Vehicle Damage = No Injury. Right? Wrong!

Car crashes with little or minor vehicle damage  were once thought that if the car wasn’t damaged much then the occupant shouldn’t be injured. Right? Very Wrong! In fact, many researchers have specifically looked at this problem, and have found that there is no relationship at all between the amount of damage a car received […]

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