We’ve known of 3 common nerves since 1957 that help 80% of people with low back pain! They’re called your cluneal nerves. The problem is most doctors just don’t learn about them and don’t have any tools to treat them. In my clinic in Tampa, FL I treat cluneal nerves with perineural injections, dry needling
Do you have chronic pain? Some common areas people have pain are their back, knee, neck, shoulder, hip, elbow and foot. Cortisone shots are sold as a quick fix, but they only provide relief for a short period of time and have been proven to actually be harmful. In this article we’ll discuss the side
What is Text Thumb? Text thumb is a real epidemic. Using our thumbs to text or type can wear out the thumb joint, leading to chronic pain from arthritis at the base your thumb. The sad thing is most docs treat text thumb the same way they did 30 years ago and those treatments are
Prolotherapy for Knee Injuries: This blog is about the benefits of prolotherapy and how it helps knee injuries.
Pain of the low back, neck, and knee joints is the leading cause of disability worldwide. While pain won’t directly kill you, it can completely destroy your quality of life and sense of purpose, robbing you of vibrant longevity. Let’s dive in to how Prolotherapy can help to reduce and even eliminate knee pain.
Prolotherapy is the original regenerative injection for painful conditions like back pain, knee pain, hip pain, shoulder pain, foot/ankle pain, elbow pain and wrist pain. It’s been in use for about 100 years and has been well studied and proven to be very effective.
Most people don’t realize that there are nerves in the bottom of your foot that can cause plantar fasciitis. So what’s up with that? How does this become an issue? How can you fix it? Plantar Fasciitis from Irritated Nerves All pain is experienced through the nerves. Damage to bodily tissues, such as muscles, tendons, ligaments or
Causes of Shoulders Popping, Cracking or Clicking Tight Muscles Are Causing Tendons to Run Over Bone The 4 rotator cuff musles – Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, Teres, Subscapularis and the other supportative musculature of your entire shoulder girdle could be tight. This can cause the entire biomechanics of your shoulder to be throw off and cause compensations,