Posts Tagged "headaches"

Are You Suffering From Trigger Point Pain?

Are You Suffering From Trigger Point Pain?

When it comes to treating joint and muscle pain, not all therapies work for all people and for all conditions and at all times. You ARE a special snowflake! Want to save time, money and the pain of unhelpful treatments?  Getting an accurate diagnosis as to what’s causing your pain will take you a long way 🙂 So let’s specifically chat about trigger points. What makes this muscle pain different from all other muscle pains? A trigger point is an area of hypertonic or tense muscle tissue. Usually the cause of these areas of tension is due to overuse or hyperactive musculature.  Think improper posture, trauma, or repetitive use. Here’s the zinger...

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Can Cupping Help Your Muscle Pain? Dr. Sandra Doman Chiropractor Aventura

Can Cupping Help Your Muscle Pain? Dr. Sandra Doman Chiropractor Aventura

Sports therapy direct from Gulfstream Park Racing ! Can cupping help your pain? Dr. Sandra Doman reviews the simple and sweet benefits of this increasingly famous soft tissue technique. Effective for anything from tight traps and back pain to improving circulation of old injuries. Get a firsthand look at how Dr. Rayna Stengel, acupuncture physician and licensed massage therapist, administers a cupping treatment for professional thoroughbred horse racing jockey, Nicholas Juarez. Miami Sports Chiropractic & Yoga Center in Aventura, FL. Unique Solutions for Pain Resolution. Miami’s First Physician-Supervised Yoga Therapy...

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Overcoming Back Pain: New Doctor Recommendations

Overcoming Back Pain: New Doctor Recommendations Written by Jeffrey Herschler Tuesday, 28 February 2017 00:00 According to an American College of Physicians (ACP) press release posted 2/14/17 and entitled ACP Issues Guideline for Treating Nonradicular Low Back Pain: <The ACP>…recommends…that physicians and patients should treat acute or subacute low back pain with non-drug therapies such as superficial heat, massage, acupuncture, or spinal manipulation. “Physicians should reassure their patients that acute and subacute low back pain usually improves over time regardless of treatment,” said Nitin S. Damle, MD, MS, MACP, President, ACP. “Physicians...

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What is Whiplash? The Gift That Keeps on Giving

What is Whiplash? The Gift That Keeps on Giving

It wasn’t until the fall of 2012 that I REALLY gained an appreciation for how badly whiplash hurts.  I’d been treating auto accident patients as a chiropractor literally every day for years and thought:  I’m sure this hurts but it can’t be THAT bad. I mean, everyone has been in some sort of accident, right? Fast forward to my own accident, hydroplaning in the 95 north express lane in Miami during a storm.  Spinning 360 degrees repeatedly and hitting the median each time to the soundtrack of Party Rock by LMFAO.  I literally couldn’t listen to that song for a year after the accident without feeling the room spin!  Punishment for listening to crappy music 🙂 Boy did my...

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How To Remove The Weight Of The World From Your Shoulders in 16 seconds

How To Remove The Weight Of The World From Your Shoulders in 16 seconds

How To Remove The Weight Of The World From Your Shoulders Pop quiz, hot shots: Which of the following has been linked to headaches, neck pain, pinched nerves, decreased lung capacity, and depression? eating strawberry ice cream petting puppies looking down/texting from your smart phone wearing a heavy watch If you answered B, petting puppies, then you would completely wrong and maybe even a cat-lover.  The answer is C!  Looking down for too many hours at your smart phone or tablet. Un-zombie yourself from email and Facebook for a moment and listen to this: According to an article published in my hometown rag, the Washington Post, ‘The human head weighs about a dozen...

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