Manual therapy + movement for the masses

Posts tagged with ‘disc herniation’

  • Mar042017

    “Patient started laughing and couldn’t believe it!”

    Chiropractic Physician says-“49 year old male, suffered fall c3/4 herniation, c6/7 herniation, with bulges all other levels and chronic neck pain and radiculitis to left hand. Cleaned up all the pain and constant radicular symptoms with traction and MDT. Still getting intermittent shooting pain down the hand with forward head flexion, protraction and reaching with left arm (think bending forward while seated to tie a shoe).
    Used DTM on the left shoulder and cervical spine while going through that reaching motion and all symptoms abolished. Patient started laughing and couldn’t believe it.”
    –James Valcarcel, DC, Ormond Beach, FL

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  • Feb182017

    Chronic Hamstring Pain and the Posterior Femoral Cutaneous Nerve

    What do you think of when a client or patient says they have “chronic hamstring pain”? In our office, we are “neurocentric”, so we think about the potentially involved neurology first. Then we begin an assessment …

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