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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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Smith, William The pace of innovation in regenerative medicine keeps getting faster. At clinics across America, the race is on to give patients suffering from pain what they deserve: non-invasive, low-risk and effective options for relief and recovery. Here are seven trends in healing to look for in 2023. Patient-centric wound healing: Wound care is...
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The benefits of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) when used to treat chronic and acute wounds—reduced healing times, increased biological responses, and pill-free pain management—have long been studied and praised, but ongoing research suggests that there could be an even more attractive advantage: less noticeable scars. What is Scar Tissue  When patients suffer from acute...
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If you are on a hunt for natural remedies for tendonitis you are in the right place. This is a very common injury so do not be too alarmed because there are multiple ways to treat it. Before diving into the different natural treatments for tendonitis it is important to know what tendonitis is, how...
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What is Tennis Elbow and What Causes It? Even if you’re not an avid tennis player, you can still be at risk for a tennis elbow injury. Tennis elbow can occur any time the forearm is overused during repetitive activity. It can also be caused by hitting your elbow on something very hard. Tennis elbow...
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