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  • Best CBD Products for Sciatica Pain

    Best CBD Products for Sciatica Pain

    Cannabidiol (CBD) has numerous potential benefits, and researchers are increasingly studying its use as a treatment for sciatica pain. Here, we discuss our top picks and where to buy. How To Choose - Shopping for CBD can be confusing as so many products are available, and people may not be familiar with much of the terminology around CBD.

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  • Muscle Strain: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment

    Muscle Strain: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment

    Muscle strains are among the most common reasons for missed playing time in the NFL. But you do not have to be a professional football player to have such an injury. They are quite common among both professional and recreational athletes. What Is a Muscle Strain? Muscle strain or a "pulled muscle" is a partial or complete tear of a muscle.

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  • Physical Therapy After Spinal Fusion: Week 1-6

    Physical Therapy After Spinal Fusion: Week 1-6

    Meeting with a physical therapist before and/or a few days after surgery is important so specific direction can be given on when to begin various types of exercise. Surgeons use many surgical techniques and approaches for fusion, for example: Access to the spine can be achieved through incisions in the front, the back, the sides, or some combination of approaches, Minimally invasive techniques or traditional open surgical techniques may be used.

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  • Sports Medicine: CBD Salves for Athletes

    Sports Medicine: CBD Salves for Athletes

    Salve is a type of ointment, spray, or balm that promotes healing or protection of the skin. People who engage in a lot of exercise, such as athletes, may use salve to treat muscle soreness or dry skin. Some salve products on the market contain cannabidiol (CBD).
    What Are CBD Salves? CBD comes from the Cannabis sativa plant. Producers make CBD oil by mixing CBD with a carrier oil. This process dilutes the CBD, creating a less potent product.

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  • Sports Medicine: An Overview of Osteonecrosis of the Knee

    Sports Medicine: An Overview of Osteonecrosis of the Knee

    Knee pain has multiple causes, the most common being osteoarthritis, particularly in the older population. However, other conditions besides osteoarthritis can cause pain, such as meniscal cartilage tears and ligament injuries of the knee, or issues that affect blood circulation in the surrounding bone area, leading to a condition called osteonecrosis.

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  • Physical Therapy: Rehabilitation Following Lumbar Fusion

    Physical Therapy: Rehabilitation Following Lumbar Fusion

    Rehabilitation and exercise are an essential part of recovery from a lumbar spine fusion. Careful planning and follow-through on a prescribed physical therapy program will go a long way in helping the patient recover from the fusion and have the best prospects for pain relief over the long term. Patients who have had or are contemplating lumbar fusion surgery are understandably concerned about making sure the fusion heals as intended. For this reason, many patients are afraid to be active and some do not want to move at all, fearing that they will risk having the fusion not set up properly.

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  • Health And Wellness: Best CBD Products for Pain Management in 2023

    Health And Wellness: Best CBD Products for Pain Management in 2023

    Cannabidiol (CBD) has become a promising complementary remedy for various health issues, including anxiety, epilepsy, and pain management. Is CBD Effective In Pain Management? There are endogenous and exogenous cannabinoids. Endogenous cannabinoids are naturally occurring lipids that the body produces. Two of the most well-known endogenous cannabinoids are anandamide (AEA) and 2-arachidonoylglycerol. The body does not produce exogenous cannabinoids — these compounds are part of the cannabis plant.

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  • Sports Medicine: Patellofemoral Disorders

    Sports Medicine: Patellofemoral Disorders

    Pain, swelling, stiffness, or a buckling sensation in the knee can signal the presence of a wide variety of conditions or injuries that may affect the general population. But patients who injure or aggravate their patellofemoral joint, where the end of the femur (the long bone in the thigh) meets the patella (the kneecap), or those who develop arthritis in this portion of the knee only, often have specific complaints such as pain with stairs especially descending, pain with prolonged sitting, and pain going from a sitting to a standing position. They may also have anatomical features that put them at risk for their condition.

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  • Active Physical Therapy for Neck Pain

    Active Physical Therapy for Neck Pain

    When treating neck pain, the primary focus of physical therapy is to improve the neck’s strength and flexibility. These goals are best achieved through active exercises designed to work the neck and surrounding muscles, gradually increasing the workload. The type and number of exercises can vary, and sometimes exercises are included to work other areas of the body as well.

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  • Health And Wellness: CBD for Joint Pain

    Health And Wellness: CBD for Joint Pain

    CBD has anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties, making it useful for joint pain. Brands like CBDistillery and Joy Organics offer creams, oils, and salves that can be effective options. How To Use CBD for Joint Pain - Both oral and topical CBD may be useful for pain management, and the delivery method may come down to personal preference. Topical CBD, such as CBD cream, passes directly into the skin, whereas oral CBD, such as a spray or gummies, mainly passes through the digestive system and into the body.

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