October 1, 2020
Millions of Americans experience rotator cuff tears as a result of their job, sports, or an accident. It is one of the most common injuries, and the healing process can be quite long because the shoulder is needed for so many everyday movements, meaning it’s easy to reaggravate the muscles if you aren’t careful. Thankfully, if you’re currently dealing with this issue, you don’t have to just sit at home idly waiting for your next doctor appointment or pill. Here are 3 quick and easy exercises you can use to ease the pain and stiffness associated with a rotator cuff tear.
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July 3, 2020
For the millions of people dealing with osteoarthritis, one of the first questions they ask themselves in the morning is, “Heat or cold?” Applying heat or cold is an effective, quick, and very convenient way to reduce pain, swelling, and stiffness, but is one better than the other? And, what are the best ways to use either method? We answer both of these questions and more in today’s blog.
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May 24, 2020
Most of the time, the initial symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome are pretty minor, so rather than visiting a doctor and undergoing treatment, many people choose to simply ignore it. They figure it will just go away on its own. Unfortunately, this is rarely the case. Left untreated, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can cause a wide variety of issues beyond slight pain in the wrist and hand. Read on to learn what can happen if you try to “tough it out” through CTS.
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