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Chiropractic Topics-Pronator syndrome and carpal tunnel

Pronator syndrome is a condition in which the median nerve is impinged by the muscles in the forearm. The condition may be very similar to carpal tunnel in symptoms. Usually a person with pronator syndrome has a history of repetitive … Continue reading

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Wrist Problems and Chiropractic.

The wrist is a complex joint that may be the cause of pain due to sports, computer work or other recreational activities. The wrist has no tendons that attach directly to the wrist and all stability at the wrist is … Continue reading

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Shoulder Pain and Chiropractic

Shoulder pain is one of the most common conditions seen in athletes as well as non athletes. Often shoulder pain is hard for a person to pin point by pointing at the pain. Chiropractic care involving myofascial release techniques are … Continue reading

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Ankle sprains and Chiropractic, Sports Injury

Most ankle sprains are of the inversion type. An inversion sprain is when the foot forcefully turns inwards. Subsequent sprains tend to become more severe due to injury and laxity of the ligaments. Ankle sprains typically cause an inability to … Continue reading

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Running Injuries, Plantar Fasciitis and Chiropractic

Foot pain is one of the most common conditions in people who stand for work or are recreational runners. Many people are not aware Chiropractic care is often a very effective treatment for foot pain and problems. One of the … Continue reading

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