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Chronic Back Pain

What is Spinal Adjustment for Back Pain? At Spinal Rehab and Sports Medicine our chiropractors use hands-on manual manipulation as well as a wide range of other treatments to support and promote musculoskeletal health, restore and improve circulation and restore and improve function and mobility. What Techniques are Used to Treat Back Pain? Chiropractors use many techniques to treat conditions related to back pain. The most common techniques are also among the least invasive treatments that exist for back pain. They are; 1. Flexion-distraction Also

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Plantar Fasciitis Treatment: EPAT Shockwave Therapy for Fast Recovery!

One day you’re outside, logging miles at record speed, and the next you’re icing your heel and limping around. If you’ve never experienced plantar fasciitis, count yourself lucky. The raw pain in your heel that radiates towards the sides of your foot is enough to sideline you for weeks. Forget about that race you were training for! Plantar fasciitis can take weeks to heal, and is more likely to reoccur if you don’t allow plenty of time to rest. Many sports injuries are frustrating because

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Achilles Tendinitis: EPAT Shockwave Therapy for Fast Recovery!

It starts as a gentle, nagging pain. You can almost ignore it and keep pushing your way through the workout. After all, athletes are used to working through pain. Push yourself too far, though, and now your Achilles tendon is throbbing persistently. You are reduced to walking on tiptoe because a normal step stretches the tendon painfully far. What was once a minor ache, simply a by-product of a tough workout, now has you parked on the couch with your foot perched on a heap

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Bursitis: Hips, Knee, Shoulder, Elbow……Oh My!

Another great run on a perfect spring day, another flare-up of the familiar joint pain. Most runners have come to accept that they will always be nursing one injury or another, so your sore joints may just feel like another thing to ice and stretch. While this routine may help you ignore the problem, if you have bursitis you may need medical attention. I’m Dr. Bob Meyer,  a sports injury chiropractor in Austin, TX who has worked with the University of Texas athletic program developing

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