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Trigger Point Therapy - Neck Arthritis (Cervical Spondylosis)

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  Torsional Release for Trigger Points in the Neck       See Course Details     Most cases of neck arthritis respond well to conservative treatment Cervical spondylosis is extremely common. More than 85 percent of people over the age of 60 are affected. The condition most often causes pain and stiffness in the neck—although many people with cervical spondylosis experience no noticeable symptoms. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, in most cases, cervical spondylosis responds well to conservative treatment. Neck arthritis can manifest for a number of reasons including, genetic (inherited), occupational and/or historic trauma. Cervical spondylosis...

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Shoulder Arthritis - Self Help Options

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There are many massage and manual therapy techniques that can be applied to help relieve the symptoms of shoulder arthritis   As with other arthritic conditions, initial treatment of arthritis of the shoulder is nonsurgical In 2011, more than 50 million people in the United States reported that they had been diagnosed with some form of arthritis, according to the National Health Interview Survey. Simply defined, arthritis is inflammation of one or more of your joints. In a diseased shoulder, inflammation causes pain and stiffness. Although there is no cure for arthritis of the shoulder, there are many treatment options...

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Trigger Point Therapy - Treating Osteoarthritis of the Hip

Posted by Judith Winer on

  Hip Arthritis  - Treating Trigger Points for Pain Relief and Improved Mobility   Trigger point therapy can often be incredibly effective for relieving hip pain, helping to reduce stiffness and increase range of movement. Osteoarthritis (OA) is a degenerative joint disease that can affect any joint in your body, including your hips. Over time, due to ageing, trauma or other factors, the cartilage that cushions your joints starts to break down. Without cartilage, your joint bones rub together when you move. The bone-on-bone action creates pain, stiffness, and can limit your mobility. This is especially true with OA of...

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Trigger Point Therapy - Shoulder Arthritis

Posted by Simeon Niel Asher on

Arthritis is defined as an inflammation of one or more joints. In the case of shoulder arthritis, the symptoms are pain, and restricted range of motion, both of which may often manifest in a severe form.  Shoulder arthritis is more common than you probably think, especially in the over 50 age group. Arthritis is a growing problem as we live longer and more active lives. In fact, the most recent NHI survey in the USA found that over 60 million Americans had been diagnosed with some form of arthritis. Whilst there is no direct cure for shoulder arthritis, manual therapy, and...

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Treating Shoulder Pain - Shoulder Arthritis

Posted by Simeon Niel Asher on

  Shoulder arthritis - for most cases, there are treatments that may help reduce the pain and improve range of motion In 2011, more than 50 million people in the United States reported that they had been diagnosed with some form of arthritis, according to the National Health Interview Survey. Simply defined, arthritis is inflammation of one or more of your joints. In a diseased shoulder, inflammation causes pain and stiffness. Although there is no cure for arthritis of the shoulder, there are many treatment options available. Using these, most people with arthritis are able to manage pain and stay active....

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