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Jaw Pain & Discomfort: Coping with TMJ Disorders

Facial pain, swelling, clenching, and pain when chewing? It’s probably just a toothache…or you could be experiencing a more chronic condition! Both movements of chewing and talking are something that humans often do not have to think about or pay attention to as it occurs, and most people feel that if they experience pain when …

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1 Year Motion MILD Study Results

The Results are in! After a 1 year MILD (Minimally Invasive Lumbar Decompression) Procedure effectiveness on Lumbar Spinal Stenosis (LSS) study was conducted on patients that received the procedure along with conventional medical management the published results & recap are now available.  The study was a randomized controlled trial of 2 groups. Both groups were …

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4 Common Migraine Triggers and How to Treat Them

Migraines are a common condition that many people of varying ages experience at some point in their lives – some more chronically than others. Migraines differ from ‘normal’ headaches due to their severity level, intensity, and other accompanying symptoms such as nausea, dizziness or sensitivity to light. There are certain factors in your life that …

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Learn about Referred Pain: Feeling What, Where, and How

People everywhere experience pain. Whether it is physical, a sensation, chronic, or from an injury – at some point in most lives’ people experience some sort of pain. Many times, chronic pain comes about in an inconclusive manner which makes it difficult for the person experiencing it to understand what started the pain, and where …

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Know the Signs of “Runner’s Knee”: Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome

What is Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome? This syndrome is really a vague term that encompasses multiple different conditions of anterior knee pain. You may have heard of it as Runner’s knee or Jumper’s knee. In this condition, pain can be located in a number of places including inferior pole of patella (most common), tibial tuberosity (bump …

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