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Shoulder Arthritis Causes and Treatment Options

Shoulder Arthritis Causes and Treatment Options By: Dr. Dani Stekel DC While we generally think of arthritis as being associated with old age, shoulder arthritis is not uncommon among younger people as well. Any injury to the shoulder, such as a dislocation or a fracture, can eventually lead to shoulder arthritis. The shoulder consists of […]

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Steroid Injections for Back Pain: Understanding the Risks

Steroid Injections for Back Pain: Understanding the Risks By Dani Stekel D.C. Chronic lower back pain is no fun. It is so not fun that many patients who are afflicted with it will try almost anything to rid themselves of the constant pain and discomfort. Increasingly, medical doctors are prescribing epidural steroid injections – anti-inflammatory […]

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What is Scar Tissue and How Does it Affect Your Range of Motion?

What is Scar Tissue and How Does it Affect Your Range of Motion? By Dani Stekel D.C. Everyone develops scar tissue over time. This is the body’s normal reaction to injury-no matter how slight. Even simple actions that most people wouldn’t regard as injury-producing can lead to a buildup of scar tissue. Repetitive motions like […]

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How Does Chiropractic Help Relieve Pain?

How Does Chiropractic Help Relieve Pain? By Dani Stekel D.C. ¬†   The impetus for many people to seek chiropractic help is acute or chronic pain, most commonly in the lower back or neck and shoulders. ¬†Although patients want the chiropractor to help with the underlying problem, lessening their pain is a very important part […]

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Shoulder Arthritis Causes and Treatment Options

Shoulder Arthritis Causes and Treatment Options By: Dani Stekel D.C. While we generally think of arthritis as being associated with old age, shoulder arthritis is not uncommon among younger people as well. Any injury to the shoulder, such as a dislocation or a fracture, can eventually lead to shoulder arthritis. The shoulder consists of two […]

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