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Category Archives: Manual Med
metanalysis of studies shows positive effects of cervical traction.
At a recent conference, it was stated that the Infraspinatus muscle was key to all pain in the upper quadrant. He advised rolling a lacrosse ball back and forth it over it. You either sit or stand against a wall … Continue reading
Two important studies on approaches to help Fibromyalgia (FM) have omitted changes in Visual Analog Scale (VAS) readings in their results. Giving reading of skin tenderness adds differences with each muscle site tested and can exaggerate total difference. Suspicion is, … Continue reading
Top joint C0-1 refers to upper neck, face and upper shoulder tips. Exam requires you to grip c1 transverse processes and nod neck sideways. Certain manual techniques might help.
Widespread Pain and Dizzy – Ear Canalithiasis? (rocks) and Repositioning Them Helps Whiplash, TMJ, and Fibromylagia
Study suggests dizzy whiplash and widespread pain cases could respond well to middle ear grit repositioning measure. This is being able to see way outside the box…
Needling the lower trapezius muscle was found beneficial in chronic neck pain. I was so taken with the approach then had to injecting lower trap(with muscle relaxed rather than stretched) that I had to include a pic of actual treatment … Continue reading
A study found falls in FM related to reduced dorsiflexion (bringing toes and foot up). The question is how does one fix that.
I have recently achieved (previously unattainable) control in some of my chronic pain subjects using recent innovations – but to acheive this required use of multiple modalities at once.
What Have We Really Learnt About Opioid Overuse – Part is Over-Reliance on Pills to Treat Chronic Pain
Over-reliance on opioids is due to poor training of physicians in manual medicine and injection techniques. What techniques? – look at my blog and at the proliferation of chiropractors. Most of chronic pain has a major myofascial component that is … Continue reading
Presentation at Canadian Pain Society Winnipeg 2013 found only 23.7% of severe neuropathic pain victims responded to Canadian Pain Society drug protocols for neuropathic pain. It is time to look outside the box for treatment measures.
Sciatic nerve stretch treatments help diabetic peripheral neuropathy pain and vibration sense further confirming nerve entrapments in diabetes
A case demonstrating that work on the neck can be helpful in Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN).
Sacroiliac instability is common and contributes to back pain and maybe even headaches. Where can you get good SI supports?
Whether Manipulation helps is a long held dispute. Despite some positive studies, argument still rages whether this is better than “usual care”. This would have to assume millions of people getting manipulation are crazy.