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Thumb tendonitis and Chiropractic

Tendonitis of the tendons of the thumb is a common complaint in people who work with their hands or who play sports that use a racket. Tendonitis is an inflammation of the tendons and causes the tendons to swell and … Continue reading

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Bursitis of the Shoulder, Chiropractic approaches

Often all pain in the shoulder is referred to as bursitis which is usually a gross oversimplification of the conditions. Bursitis of the shoulder on its own is not a common condition. True bursitis of the shoulder is usually the … Continue reading

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Shoulder Pain, The Biceps and Chiropractic

Shoulder pain is one of the most common complaints seen in the Chiropractic office. Often working overhead and throwing motions are activities that contribute to shoulder pain. Often shoulder impingement is called bursitis. The condition is caused by thickening and … Continue reading

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Shoulder pain and Chiropractic

Shoulder pain is one of the most common complaints that does not involve the spine in todays Chiropractic offices. Several different structures of the shoulder may be the cause of pain and may be injured in certain types of athletic … Continue reading

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Plantar Fasciitis, Heel Spurs and Chiropractic care

Plantar fasciitis is one of the most challenging conditions of the foot in the Chiropractic practice. Plantar fasciitis is common in runners, effecting an estimated 10%. A calcaneal spur is found in about half of persons suffering from plantar fasciitis. … Continue reading

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