Monthly Archives: October 2011

Better Outcomes for Knee Pain and Stiffness

A positional fault in any of the knee’s joints (tibiofemoral, petellofemoral, or superior tibiofibular) can restrict a patient’s knee movement and cause pain. Mobilization with Movement (MWM) are important tools for both assessing and, when indicated, treating knee pain and … Continue reading

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SNAGs Effectively Treats Cervicogenic Dizziness

We recommend the SNAG approach for patients suffering dizziness of cervical origin. Specifically, we are talking about patients who are dizzy when they look up or rotate to one side. Clinical studies demonstrate that patients with cervicogenic dizziness, in some … Continue reading

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Laser Therapy for Canine & Equine Rehab

Laser therapy has become an invaluable component of canine and equine rehabilitation – and is a tool that each and every clinic performing rehabilitation should possess.  Laser therapy applications now span the gamut of conditions commonly seen in canine rehabilitation. … Continue reading

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Diagnosis and Treatment of Cervicogenic Headache using FRT and SELF-SNAGS

Cervicogenic headaches are fairly common, making up as much as 15% of all chronic/recurring headaches. Typical symptoms include unilateral head pain combined with neck pain and stiffness. Since the pain from Cervicogenic headaches can be as severe as that from … Continue reading

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Improving Ankle Injury Outcomes

Among those who participate in athletics, the most common site (around 20%) for injuries are the ankles. Given the high frequency of this type of injury, it might be expected that effective therapy regimens would be in place. Unfortunatley this … Continue reading

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Tennis Elbow – Skip the Shots

A study in the British Medical Journal compared the effectiveness of treating tennnis elbow (lateral humeral epicondylitis) with corticosteroid injections and Mobilizations with Movement (MWM). Patients in both groups were evaluated following the initial treatment and again 12 months after … Continue reading

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