Research does indicate that utilizing conservative therapies such as cold compression and deep heat can be just as effective in healing a torn rotator cuff in comparison to surgery.
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Tendinitis & Tendinosis
- Shoulder Surgery
- Shoulder Seperation / Dislocated Shoulder
- Shoulder Pain - General
- Shoulder BFST Wrap Review
- Wrist Pain & Injury
- Deltoid Muscle Injury
- BFST & ColdCure Wraps
- Frozen Shoulder
- Exercises & Stretches
- Elbow Pain & Tennis Elbow
- MendMeShop Reviews
- Rotator Cuff Tear & Injury
- Shoulder Impingement
- Biceps Tendinitis / Tendonosis
Posted by on 7/13/2017 to Shoulder Surgery
Posted by on 7/12/2017 to MendMeShop Reviews
As a Nurse Practitioner, I wholeheartedly endorse the BFST / Inferno and Coldcure wraps for plantar fasciitis and possible for other types of foot pain.
Posted by on 7/10/2017 to Shoulder BFST Wrap Review
"I'm reporting into you that the shoulder wrap is working so good. Much of my pain is gone now. I have good movement of the arm and I can raise it up over head now and around to the back. Before I started the treatments I was not able to do these things."
Posted by on 7/9/2017 to Shoulder Pain - General
One of the more natural ways to control inflammation associated with chronic ailments such Frozen Shoulder and Shoulder Arthritis is with Gamma Lineolic Acid
Posted by on 7/7/2017 to Shoulder Pain - General
For those seeking short term relief from the pain associated with Shoulder Impingement Syndrome, the use of support tape would be recommended as this research concluded.
Posted by on 7/6/2017 to Shoulder BFST Wrap Review
The nice aspect about the new Shoulder Wraps from MendMeShop is the fact they come with three different extender straps - allowing people of different sizes and statures to use the very same wrap! Great versatility indeed.
Posted by on 7/4/2017 to Tendinitis & Tendinosis
Treatment for tendinopathy differs greatly vs treatment of tendonitis - so why do many people fail to recognize this?
Posted by on 7/2/2017 to Wrist Pain & Injury
Diagnosis of de Quervain's Tenosynovitis is based on the location of pain, functioning of the hand, and the presence of swelling. To perform the test, the therapist grasps the thumb and ulnar deviates the hand sharply. If sharp pain occurs along the distal radius, de Quervain's tenosynovitis will likely be the diagnosis.