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  • Musculoskeletal Disorder
    How We Can Help You Heal a Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorder?
    Posted by: admin A musculoskeletal disorder is any injury or disorder that affects your ability to move, or your musculoskeletal system’s heath. This system is made up of the body’s nerves, muscles, tendons, ligaments, discs, and the blood vessels that go to each of those parts – or, all the parts that allow you to move. Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are the largest category of injuries responsible for worker’s compensation claims. Recent averages show...
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  • Procedures
    What Are the Procedures in Plasma Rich Therapy?
    Posted by: admin Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy, or PRP therapy, was originally used by dentists to help with soft tissue recovery after plastic surgery. However, in recent decades, this therapy has been used widely in sports medicine to treat injuries like tendonitis. As the amazing results poured in about the way PRP therapy can help get rid of pain and treat injuries, doctors have started to use this therapy to help other patients...
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  • Stem Cell Treament
    Essential Things to Know About Stem Cell Banking
    Posted by: admin If you have ever suffered a trauma or injury, or you suffer from a degenerative disease, that has caused you to experience significant tissue damage, you probably thought to yourself at least once that it would be nice if science could just grow you a new body part. Well, science is actually making groundbreaking headway on regenerating damaged tissue through stem cell treatment. Stem cell treatment takes cells from a...
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  • prp therapy
    Is There Any Risk Associated with PRP Treatment?
    Posted by: admin Platelet Rich Plasma, or PRP, treatment is an injection therapy made of concentrated blood platelets. This is a safe, non-invasive treatment that can treat or even cure chronic pain conditions. This is also a popular method of recovering from sports injuries in a legal and safe way. But if you’ve never heard of PRP before, or you’ve heard it grouped in with other dangerous methods of sports-injury recovery, you may...
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  • chronic joint pain
    Physical Stress Creates Significant Health Risks for Police Officers
    Posted by: admin The psychological and physical stressors included in police duties put our law enforcement at significantly increased risk for long term health risks, including chronic joint pain. Injuries are potentially inevitable for law enforcement officers, who during the course of a career have multiple physical responsibilities, from wearing heavy armor and carrying several pounds of imbalanced equipment to repetitive movements that cause gradual wear and tear of their joints to physical...
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  • Pain is a Symptom, Not a Destination
    Posted by: admin We must disrupt the way we currently manage our patients’ pain. We currently diagnose a source of pain, but do very little to actually heal injury. If you go to your physician with knee pain, for instance, a very common problem, your issue would most likely be navigated the following way. • Prescription for Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) • Prescription for Narcotic medication. • Multiple Steroid Injections • Possible Surgery...
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  • Muhammad-Ali
    What If Mohammed Ali’s Health Decline Could Have Been Prevented With Stem Cells From His Own Body?
    Posted by: admin Muhammad Ali, the greatest fighter of all time lost his own fight recently with Parkinson’s disease. Scientists are now investigating how regenerative medicine and particularly stem cells could be used to treat and potentially prevent Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s disease affects an estimated 10 million people worldwide, with 60,000 Americans being diagnosed with the disease each year. Symptoms of Parkinson’s disease are being treated, but there is still no known cure....
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  • Anti-Inflammatory Joint Program,
    5 Ways to Treat Osteoarthritis without Medicine or Surgery
    Posted by: admin As you may already know, Osteoarthritis is one of the most common adult joint diseases in the world as well as one of the leading causes of disability. An estimated 50 million Americans have joint arthritis which can turn a person’s golden years of long-awaited joy into unfortunate pain and suffering. Allow me to briefly give you an overview of where we have traditionally been in regards to treating joint...
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