The uncommon knowledge in health-care about fibrous adhesion as a source or factor in pain leaves many patients frustrated and grasping for solutions...
I Have a Hammer so It’s a Nail
Everyone’s heard the term that if you have a hammer everything looks like a nail. This is an unfortunate reality in some aspects of healthcare.
A Missed Step in Physical Medicine
The question needs to be asked when presented with a painful condition. Is this problem associated with mechanical restrictions in the moving parts?
The Music of Movement
I have been a musician since I was introduced to a musical instrument way back in 6th grade. Of course, I’m drawn to the analogy of music to movement. All musicians know that learning an instrument takes persistence, repetition, strength and the ability to listen. Take guitar for example.... Continue Reading
Ulnar Nerve and Golfers Elbow Pain
There are many reasons for wrist pain. These cases are common to most health care providers and often fall through cracks. Ulnar nerve entrapment is effectively detected with a manual soft tissue specialization like Active Release Techniques. X-Rays, or MRI’s and nerve conduction studies don’t reveal the nature of the problem.