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Month: May 2014

Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Even the Slightest Pain after a Car Accident ?>

Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Even the Slightest Pain after a Car Accident

[youtube_sc url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgFt55sg1lw&list=UUywozp0WIbd3OU4N9KQlUag” title=”Tess%27%20Testimonial%20for%20Shoulder%20and%20Neck%20Pain%20after%20an%20Automobile%20Accident%20″] At Integrated Health Solutions, a large percentage of our patients have experienced some sort of trauma, whether it is from a sports injury or involvement in a motor vehicle accident. When it comes to injuries sustained from accidents, it is from our experience and patient feedback, that an individual does not always feel the pain immediately.  Many of our patients have reported that they did not feel any pain until a few weeks after the accident. This…

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Do You Have to Live with Tennis Elbow Pain? ?>

Do You Have to Live with Tennis Elbow Pain?

What is Tennis Elbow? Tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondilitis, is a medical condition in which the outer part of the elbow becomes inflamed and painful. This injury is directly related to a repetitive micro trauma, in which muscles of the forearm (the extensor muscles) become overused, leading to adhesion, tension, and tightness in the musculature. This in turn creates a pull and a tug on the bone (epicondyle) where the pain is felt. Can Anyone Get Tennis Elbow?…

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Do You Know the Truth About Milk? ?>

Do You Know the Truth About Milk?

Our country has been fed the same line about dairy for thousands of years. We make sure our children drink their milk, because we want them to be healthy. We buy gallons upon gallons at a time, because can you imagine not having milk in your refrigerator? We are so certain milk is good for us that we actually rush to buy it before a snowstorm, like our health will deteriorate that rapidly if we do not have our trusty…

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Will Back Pain Heal Itself? ?>

Will Back Pain Heal Itself?

Back pain is more common than you may think. In fact, it is the second most common reason people visit their doctor and one of the most common reasons for missing work. What Causes Back Pain? Sports injuries and accidents can cause back pain, but sometimes even the simplest movement, such as tying your shoes, can result in pain. Back pain can be complicated with factors such as arthritis, poor posture, obesity, and even psychological stress. Minor injuries typically heal…

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