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  • Shoulder & Rotator Cuff Pain Relief Therapy

    Shoulder & Rotator Cuff Pain Relief Therapy

    Shoulder pain is a disruptive and often debilitating roadblock in the lives of people that suffer injuries or illness that directly result in it. Because the shoulder is an intricate and complex part of the body with many connective muscle groups, it can be hard for an individual to isolate and diagnose the cause of their pain by themselves. 

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  • Dealing With Tense Shoulder Pain? Get An Experienced Chiropractor To Provide Pain Relief

    Dealing With Tense Shoulder Pain? Get An Experienced Chiropractor To Provide Pain Relief

    Shoulder pain is a very common ailment that can affect pretty much anyone that stresses their upper body or has poor support in their beds. Shoulder joints have the greatest range of motion in your body, but are more likely to be injured or inflamed frequently. The pain in your shoulder can impact almost everything you try to do and can worsen if it is strained further. Examples of common shoulder pain symptoms and conditions can include sprains, dislocations, tendinitis, torn rotator cuffs, bursitis, frozen shoulder, fractures, arthritis, and many more injuries.

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  • Botox - Say Goodbye to Facial Wrinkles

    Botox - Say Goodbye to Facial Wrinkles

    Patients typically seek Botox to eliminate the appearance of forehead lines, crow’s feet, frown lines, neck bands, lines around the corners of the mouth, and under eye wrinkles.

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  • What you need to know about PRP

    What you need to know about PRP

    Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a controversial treatment that is becoming increasingly popular in sports science and dermatology.

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  • New book explores novel techniques in minimally invasive sports medicine procedures

    New book explores novel techniques in minimally invasive sports medicine procedures

    A new book edited by Chad D. Lavender, M.D., an assistant professor of orthopaedic surgery at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, explores novel minimally invasive techniques and technology for treating sports medicine and orthopaedic injuries.

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