Everything you need to know about Golfer's Elbow and Tennis Elbow
Golfer's Elbow: this is defined as pain on the medial or inside of the elbow.
Tennis Elbow: this is defined as pain on the lateral or outside of the elbow.
Golfer's and Tennis Elbow are often referred to epicondylitis, however, more common clinically, these terms are used for tendonitis. Is it a strain, tendinitis or epicondylitis? And the differences between the three.
Strain- A muscle has been overworked
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What do these 4 conditions have in common? I co-manage these conditions in kids. As a pediatric chiropractor, I have special training in assessment and treatment of infants, toddlers and children. The above four conditions, along with reaching developmental milestones all have credible research to support the benefits of chiropractic care. I will discuss briefly how I help with each condition. There isn't enough blog space to get in depth, however, if you and your family ar
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As a chiropractor, this is my jam! We diagnosis and treat this better than anyone else in the biz, blindfolded with 1 hand tied behind our back. Sciatica is a general term used to describe pain, numbness, tingling or all the above into the glute and possibly down the leg. Sciatica is a descriptive word, but not a true diagnosis. The true diagnosis comes from a thorough history and physical exam. When pain that starts in the back and travels down into the glute, leg and es
Posture develops within a baby’s first year of life. This means that most babies follow similar motor development patterns in the first year of life. One study suggested 70% of babies developed “normally” while 30% had central coordination disturbances. I hate the word normal and would prefer ideal. This gives us an opportunity to look for key milestones. Remember that there are variations of ideal. Not reaching a milestone in the expected timeframe is not a catastrophic occu