Category: pain – Orthopedic And Balance Therapy

Rotator Cuff Injuries Sep28th 2016

Recovering From Rotator Cuff Injuries

For active people with rotator cuff injuries, the most commonly asked question is whether or not the injury will heal without need for surgery. In 2012 the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons revealed studies reporting that surgical repair fails in about 57% of rotator cuff cases. Non-surgical treatment of rotator cuff injury succeeds in about

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Breast Cancer and Rotator Cuff Pain Sep21st 2016

Breast Cancer and Rotator Cuff Pain: Why It Happens and What You Can Do About It

When finally done with the surgery for breast cancer and all that it entails, the last thing you want to deal with is injury to another body area. Unfortunately, it is pretty common to see rotator cuff pain after breast cancer surgery. There can be several reasons for this, and we’ll explore those and what

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Hip and Knee Arthritis Sep14th 2016

Don’t be Afraid to Get Moving! 7 Exercises to Relieve Hip and Knee Arthritis

Being energetic and active seems like a mere dream for those with hip and knee arthritis. How can you think of exercise when your joints are killing you? Or perhaps you’re hesitant to put effort into a decent workout on a good day because you’re afraid those pesky pains will start acting up again? One

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