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Bailey Davidson
For men, erectile dysfunction (ED) can be a challenge, causing feelings of frustration, anxiety, and even issues in relationships. Shock Wave Therapy for ED offers an effective solution that could potentially turn things around for those battling erectile dysfunction. When it comes to erectile dysfunction (ED), shock wave therapy emerges as a game-changer. This innovative...
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Dealing with pain can be incredibly frustrating, especially when OTC pain medications don’t help much but surgery isn’t a viable option. Whether you have a torn rotator cuff or plantar fasciitis, extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) may be a great option to provide lasting relief and help facilitate the healing process. So what is ESWT...
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Shoulder pain is a prevalent complaint that affects millions of individuals worldwide. In fact, it’s estimated that 6% to 26% of adults suffer from shoulder-related discomfort. This makes shoulder pain one of the most widespread medical afflictions in the world. One of the factors that make this ailment so widespread is that it can stem...
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Knee pain is a widespread condition that affects a significant portion of the adult population in the United States. In fact, it’s estimated that anywhere from 20% to 25% of adults in the United States suffer from chronic knee pain, which accounts for approximately 4 million primary care visits every year. Perhaps even more worrying...
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Pain is an unwelcome visitor in our lives, often leaving us desperate for relief. However, the complexity and potential harm of conventional pain medications have led many to seek alternatives that effectively manage their pain without unwanted side effects. In this article, we will delve into various alternatives to pain relief medication, ranging from therapeutic...
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Heel pain is deeply uncomfortable, and it can be tricky to treat. One common cause of heel pain—especially first thing in the morning—plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is a common condition, so most practitioners treat patients for this type of chronic heel pain. Fortunately, there are a variety of treatment options available and very effective treatments....
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Achilles tendonitis is a common condition that causes pain and swelling in the Achilles tendon, which is the largest tendon in the body and connects the calf muscles to the heel bone. Although this tendon can be damaged in a variety of ways, the result is the same: pain and decreased function.  Fortunately, there are...
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If you are a healthcare provider, you likely prescribe a variety of treatments to help your patients manage pain, including medication, physical therapy, steroid injections, and surgery. Whether it comes from injury or chronic issues, every patient’s pain is different, and not all remedies will address their pain effectively. If you have patients that need...
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Most people are familiar with the central nervous system, i.e. the brain and spinal cord, but there are thousands of nerves in the body that are crucial to performing daily tasks. When these nerves are damaged, the disruption to nerve impulses can have severe consequences and impacts on an individual’s quality of life.  Although we...
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Pain is a natural part of life and serves a purpose by signaling to us that something is wrong or amiss, like when pain warns us when we accidentally touch a hot stove. However, it can be incredibly draining when pain is constant or left untreated—this kind of lasting pain really just creates unnecessary suffering...
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