Upper Extremities

Accident injury chiropractic endorsement

Accident Injury Chiropractic EndorsementLocal talk show host Barbara Cochran gives her accident injury chiropractic endorsement to Dr. Thomas Polucki a Santa Clarita chiropractor. Barbara loves spending time with her family and serves the community through several charitable organizations. Also Barbara co hosts the KHTS (FM 98.1 / AM1220) Senior Hour talk ...
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Severe Shoulder Pain Relief

Posted in Upper Extremities
Date: Mar 25, 2016
Severe Shoulder Pain Relief is all that matters when it feels like there is a knife in your back, even after pills, physical therapy, shots and surgery. I helped many shoulder pain patients for over 10 years before I had a shoulder problem of my own. I already knew that if there is a history ...
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Better Shoulder Pain Relief

Posted in Upper Extremities
Date: Mar 22, 2016
Better Shoulder Pain Relief may not need daily medication, weekly massage, periodic injections, repeated courses of physical therapy, or surgery. A few things need to be ruled out and treated appropriately for fast-lasting shoulder pain relief. Sometimes shoulder pain does require surgery but if there is any way to get lasting relief ...
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Carpal Tunnel Options

Posted in Upper Extremities
Date: Dec 6, 2015
Carpal Tunnel Options I often see people in public wearing braces and magnetic sleeves on their wrists. When I ask them why they usually respond with something like “It’s for my Carpal Tunnel”. So I always ask the next question, “Does that help?” And they usually reply with “I think so.” So given that it ...
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Carpal Tunnel Stretches

Posted in Upper Extremities
Date: Dec 4, 2015
Carpal Tunnel Stretches One important cause of wrist pain including carpal tunnel syndrome is a sprain of the delicate ligaments holding the 12 wrist bones together. These 12 small bones connect the hand to the arm and have many tiny ligaments, which limit the range of motion. During a sprain, the range ...
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Carpal Tunnel Whiplash Connection

Posted in Upper Extremities
Date: Nov 18, 2015
Carpal Tunnel Whiplash Connection Carpal tunnel symptoms typically come on slowly. Day after day, we are able to type at the computer with no problem, and then one morning a little tingling in the fingers develops. We shake our hands, stretch the fingers, and try to go back to the keyboard. ...
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