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Like tennis elbow, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is usually the result of demanding, repetitive movement. Hand pain and wrist pain are very often caused by work or leisure activities. Such as activities that need duplicated fine motor movements (typing, hammering, sewing, or painting). Impingement of the median nerve is what causes the pain and numbness… Read more

Common Questions Asked About Mouse Shoulder

While computers are great for completing more (if not all) daily activities, they, unfortunately, can lead to some health issues. One of those being, Mouse Shoulder. And no, that doesn’t mean you have Disney’s Mickey on your shoulder. You may be wondering, how do I know if I have it? Below are some common questions… Read more

Rehabilitation After Tommy John Surgery

One of the most common injuries we see in baseball is a torn ulnar collateral ligament (UCL). This occurs when a pitcher throws the ball, then grabs his elbow. In most cases, these players choose to have Tommy John surgery to reconstruct the UCL. WHAT IS TOMMY JOHN SURGERY? ORIGIN Tommy John Surgery is named… Read more

Chiropractic vs Physical Therapy: Clearing Up the Confusion

When choosing between Chiropractic or Physical Therapy, it can be hard to tell which is best for you. Many of their treatments and approaches overlap, but when applied in the right situations, they are one and the same. Historically, chiropractors are known for their hands-on approach to loosen and limber the body, while physical therapists… Read more

A Quick & Dirty Guide on Sciatica

Most people think Sciatica is a medical condition, when it’s actually a term used to describe a feeling. What causes the sciatic pain or numbness could come from many different places in the body. To clear it all up for you, here are some key points you should know about Sciatica. DEFINITION Sciatica (pronounced sai-a-tuh-kuh)… Read more

Muscle & Fitness Magazine Asks Dr. Rolland about High Ankle Sprain Injury

Just 1 month after an ankle sprain, NY Giants player Saquon Barkley (#26) returns to the playing field. Micheal Berg from Muscle & Fitness questions Dr. Rolland Nemirovsky on the details of Barkley’s ankle injury and remarkable recovery time. A high ankle sprain, Dr. Rolland says, is caused by a twist or tear in the… Read more

4 Exercises to Avoid If You Have Sciatica Nerve Pain

Sciatica describes a back pain that worsens when sitting or lying down. If you suffer from those symptoms, avoid these exercises to prevent further injury. 1. Excessive Hamstring Stretching When suffering from sciatica pain, the hamstring muscles, in particular, are very sensitive. When stretching your hamstring muscles, you’re also stretching your sciatica nerve. Excessive movement… Read more

Spinal Manipulation and Its Ability To Ease Low Back Pain

The majority of people will suffer from lower back pain at least once in their lifetime. However, in most cases, the condition will improve with self-care practices such as taking pain relievers, heat and cold therapy, and other pain relief exercises. Occasionally, it becomes difficult to treat, which warrants the need to look for other… Read more

Chiropractic Techniques For Neck Pain

Having neck pain is simply awful for anyone to suffer with on a daily basis. Medications do not always work best to eliminate the pain, and they can also give someone unhealthy side effects. That’s when it is a good idea to visit a chiropractor that will use techniques to relieve the neck pain safely… Read more

Kinesiology Taping

If you have experienced a sports injury resulting from overuse, direct impact, or by generating more force than the body is capable of handling, kinesiology taping can help speed up healing and quickly get you back in the game. Kinesiology tape is a therapeutic tape that contains elastic, cotton, and an acrylic adhesive, which is… Read more

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