If you have lasting back pain and other related symptoms, you know how disruptive to your life it can be. You may be unable to think of little else except finding relief. Some people turn to spinal decompression therapy — either surgical or nonsurgical. Here’s what you need to know to help decide whether it might be right for you. What Is Nonsurgical Spinal Decompression? Nonsurgical spinal decompression is a type of motorized traction that may help relieve back pain. Spinal decompression works by gently stretching the spine. That changes the force and position of the spine. This change takes pressure off the spinal disks, which are gel-like cushions between.
The emerging light therapy technology uses infrared energy to provide patients with a temporary increase in blood circulation, temporary relief of minor muscle and joint aches, pains and stiffness, relaxation of muscles and temporary relief of minor pain and stiffness associated with arthritis. A newly added product category for Mettler Electronics advances the fight against pain using a therapeutic infrared laser that directs pain–relieving light deep into tissues. Super luminous diodes are also available to treat larger areas with soothing infrared light. Both forms of light energy produce temporary increases in blood circulation, temporary relief of minor muscle and joint aches, pains and stiffness, relaxation of muscles and temporary.
Frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis) is stiffness, pain, and limited range of movement in your shoulder that may follow an injury. The tissues around the joint stiffen, scar tissue forms, and shoulder movements become difficult and painful. Frozen shoulder caused by pain, injury, or a chronic health condition, such as diabetes or arthritis. Any shoulder problem can lead to frozen shoulder if you do not work to keep full range of motion. There are some distinctions of the condition such as ▲Most often in 40 to 70 years old ▲More often in women (especially in postmenopausal women) than in men ▲Most often in people with chronic diseases.
Pain management is important for ongoing pain control, Specially if you suffer with long-term or chronic pain. After getting a pain assessment, we can formulate herbs or other treatments for pain relief. Chronic pain such as headache, adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder), back pain, arthritis, slipped disc are common for people. Such pains appear due to life style and improper posture. We can diagnosis the root cause of pain in detail through one on one consulting and plan treatment for optimum results.
In Asian medicine and Acupuncture there are various therapies to manage pain. Some of pain managing therapies have already proved its effectiveness by WHO and well known healthcare organizations. ① Acupuncture: Master Tung’s, Saam Technique, and Four constitutional acupuncture technique will be used for best treatment result. ② I believe taping therapy will help releasing pain when accompanying with other therapies. ③ I also use electric stimulation devices on acupuncture points for optimum result. ④ There is a therapy called rubbing technique. It helps blood and qui flow to reduce pain. In Asian medicine, pain always appears where qui and blood flow is blocked.
There are many kinds of headache such as migraines, tension headache, cluster headache, and traumatic headache. Migraines and other types of headache — such as tension headache and sinus headache — are painful and can rob you of quality of life. Migraine symptoms include a pounding headache, nausea, vomiting, and light sensitivity. Tension headache is one of the common type of headache. Physical and emotional stress caused tension on muscle. Contracted muscle disturbs blood circulation and bothers blood supply to the brain. Lesser blood supply causes the headache. Cluster headache is the most painful headache and pain felt near eye area in the head. The other type of headache.
Neck pain can occur anywhere in your neck, from the bottom of your head to the top of your shoulders. Usually pain starts when neck moves especially related to extensor muscle. It can spread to your upper back or arms. It may limit how much you can move your head and neck. As condition get worse, numbness of arms, headache, and pain in thoracic vertebra, chest could appear along with neck pain.
Most people have experienced back pain sometime in their life. The causes of back pain are numerous; some are self-inflicted due to a lifetime of bad habits. Other back pain caused by accidents, muscle strains, and sports injuries. Although the causes may be different, most often they share the same symptoms such as ▲Persistent aching or stiffness anywhere along your spine, from the base of the neck to the hips ▲Sharp, localized pain in the neck, upper back, or lower back ▲Back pain that radiates from the low back to the buttock, down the back of the thigh, and into the calf and toes. If proper treatment is not.