Blog | Stem Cell, PRP, Acupuncture in Queens & Long Island, New York

  • Everything You Need To Know About Upper Back Pain

    Everything You Need To Know About Upper Back Pain

    The thoracic spine also referred to as the upper back or middle back is designed for stability to anchor the rib cage and protect vital internal organs within the chest. Compared to the neck (cervical spine) and lower back (lumbar spine), the upper back is remarkably resistant to injury and pain. When upper back pain does occur, it is typically due to long-term poor posture or an injury that overpowers the thoracic spine’s sturdiness.

    Read more

  • What Leads To Chronic Pain?

    What Leads To Chronic Pain?

    Everyone experiences occasional aches and pains. Sudden pain is an important reaction of the nervous system that helps alert you to possible injury. When an injury occurs, pain signals travel from the injured area up your spinal cord and to your brain. Pain will usually become less severe as the injury heals. However, chronic pain is different from typical pain.

    Read more

  • Pain In The Groin Of Adolescent Athletes

    Pain In The Groin Of Adolescent Athletes

    It has been reported that groin injuries account for 5% to 9% of all injuries among high school athletes. However, a systematic review suggests that, historically, “groin” injuries have been defined poorly. As recently as five years ago, children or adolescents complaining of groin pain were advised to stretch, ice, and take a rest from the activity which aggravated the discomfort.

    Read more

  • Exercises for Neck Pain Trigger Points

    Exercises for Neck Pain Trigger Points

    Trigger points are commonly thought to be a sensitive area within a muscle or connective tissue (fascia) that becomes painful when touched or overworked, and sometimes they can refer pain to other parts of the body. There could be numerous possible causes for a trigger point, such as an acute injury, repetitive overuse, or irritation of facet joints in the spine, to name a few.

    Read more

  • Does Dry Needling Effectively Alleviate Neck Pain?

    Does Dry Needling Effectively Alleviate Neck Pain?

    While evidence of long-term benefits is lacking, research suggests dry needling may provide safe, short-term relief for neck pain. Dry needling, or intramuscular stimulation, involves inserting thin, solid, stainless-steel needles (filiform needles) into specific trigger points to help release tension, promote blood flow, and relieve inflammation.

    Read more

  • Advice For Young Pitchers: Tips For Youth Baseball Throwers

    Advice For Young Pitchers: Tips For Youth Baseball Throwers

    Little League and adolescent throwers are as susceptible to many of the same stresses on their arms as adult players. Often, injuries that develop at a young age may become more serious as the player becomes older. However, certain precautions can be taken to prevent or minimize injuries.

    Read more

  • Subtle Chiropractic Methods For Alleviating Neck Pain

    Subtle Chiropractic Methods For Alleviating Neck Pain

    If the patient cannot relax or simply dislikes the cavitation/cracking feeling or sound or any concern, a gentle form of chiropractic adjustment may be utilized rather than the more traditional techniques. Some of these methods include a slower (low-velocity) technique performed within the passive range of joint motion.

    Read more

  • Why Does Meningitis Leads To Neck Pain?

    Why Does Meningitis Leads To Neck Pain?

    Meningitis refers to swelling in the membranes that surround your brain and spinal cord. This type of inflammation affects your nervous system. Meningitis can be viral or bacterial, and symptoms of meningitis can spread throughout your entire body. Neck pain and stiffness can sometimes be a sign of meningitis. The inflammation of membranes at the base of your brain can cause this symptom, as well as severe headaches and cognitive difficulties.

    Read more

  • Suggestions For Handling Arthritis At Home

    Suggestions For Handling Arthritis At Home

    Movement is an important part of managing your arthritis. Too much sitting can lead to joint stiffness and muscle weakness. This in turn puts more stress on an arthritic knee or hip, and that can cause more pain. For those who spend a lot of time sitting, whether it’s at a desk or on the couch. Get up every half hour and walk around for at least five minutes.

    Read more

  • Adjustment Of The Spine For Dysfunction In The Cervical Joints

    Adjustment Of The Spine For Dysfunction In The Cervical Joints

    Chiropractic adjustment (spinal manipulation) of the cervical spine is usually accomplished with the patient either lying down on his or her back or in a seated position. Alternatively, the patient may be placed in a prone position (lying face down), an approach often used in lower cervical/upper thoracic vertebral and rib/vertebra ("costovertebral") joint manipulation.

    Read more

Pages [1] 2 3 4 5 6 of 96 | Next | Last

Love this Post? Spread the World

A Trusted Name for Pain Management Treatment Using Today’s Most Advanced Medical Treatments Including No Medication and No Surgery.