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10 Minor Rotator Cuff Injury Healing Time And Pain Relief Facts

Rotator Cuff Injury Healing Time

It has been estimated that almost two million Americans seek medical attention annually for problems with or issues related to the rotator cuff. Although its name may suggest a single part, the rotator cuff is actually a very complicated series of muscles and connecting tendons that enable movement at the shoulder and also keep the…

Soft Tissue Injury Healing Time And Tips To Speed Up Recovery

Soft Tissue Injury

Aside from bones and organs, most of the body consists of soft tissue, which is comprised of muscles, fat, tendons, ligaments, skin, connective tissue, blood vessels, nerves and more. It’s perhaps not a wonder that the majority of physical injury affects the soft tissues of the body. Because soft tissue encompasses such a large area,…

Repetitive Strain Injury in Wrist – Treatment Do’s And Don’ts

Repetitive Strain Injury

Repetitive strain injuries (RSIs) occurring in the wrist are unique because not only are they incredibly common, they also can be very serious and even debilitating in some cases. What’s worse is that many people don’t understand the wide variety of occupations and tasks that can lead to a repetitive strain injury. Of course, it’s…

Methadone Vs Suboxone Vs Cryosauna for Chronic Pain Management

Chronic Pain Management

There are numerous ways to help control chronic pain, but they all fall into two categories: medicinal therapy and natural therapy. Medicinal therapy includes both prescription and over the counter pain relievers, while natural therapy encompasses a much broader spectrum of techniques for pain management including herbs and supplements, physical and mental therapy and lifestyle…

Osteoporosis Medication Side Effects and Alternative Treatment!

Osteoporosis Medication

Osteoporosis is a medical condition in which the bones in the body are depleted at a greater rate than which they can be replenished. This in turn leads to bones that are more fragile and brittle, which can result in fractures and injury as the condition progresses. Typically, treatment for osteoporosis involves the use of…