A questions raised by many people who are dealing with tendon injuries; "Will cortisone help or hurt my situation?"...
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Posted by on 3/16/2018 to Elbow Pain & Tennis Elbow
Most people mistakenly believe that inflammation is the main issue with tennis elbow; it isn't. A break down of tendon tissue is the hallmark factor in the development of the condition.
Posted by on 11/10/2017 to Tendinitis & Tendinosis
If you have experienced tendon pain for more than two weeks, you are likely dealing with tendonosis instead of tendonitis. The primary reason why tendon conditions linger on is due to the fact people approach the condition in the wrong manner.
Posted by on 9/8/2017 to Electromagnetic Energy / Deep Heat Therapy
What's Better to Treat Your Muscle Pain - Ice or Heat? The answers depends upon which stage of the injury cycle you are currently in. In most cases, a combination of both ice and heat should be utilized in conjunction with one another.
Posted by on 8/5/2017 to Cortisone Injections
Too many people (and their medical team) seem to quickly opt for injections in management of pain. This does not come without many risks and side effects. Isn't it better to focus on healing versus temporary suppression of pain?
Posted by on 8/2/2017 to Knee Pain
The study performed by Western Ontario and McMaster Universities in Canada showed topical Arnica applications should be a consideration for those suffering from Knee Osteoarthritis.
Posted by on 7/9/2017 to Inflammation
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 3/22/2017 to Cortisone Injections
Does cortisone can slow one's rate of recovery? At best, it may provide some very short term benefits in terms of pain reduction, but are those short term benefits worth the potential detrimental effects for the long term.