Monthly Archives May 2015

Treatment For Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy What You Need to Know

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People who suffer from Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) often have difficulty completing everyday tasks. From walking a flight of stairs to writing with a pen, mundane tasks most of us take for granted are challenging and, maybe more importantly, painful for RSD patients. What is RSD? RSD is a disorder that causes chronic pain. Symptoms of the disorder include sensitivity to touch, swelling, increased sweating, changes in skin color, abnormal body temperatures, decrease in muscle tissue, chronic fatigue, anxiety, and depression. As you can imagine, people who suffer from the disorder lead uncomfortable lives (to put in mildly).

Fortunately, treatment for Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy are available. One of the more popular and successful treatments is known as hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Read More

Manual Adjustments vs Chiropractor Tools What You Need to Know

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If you’ve been injured in a car accident (or if you’re experiencing back and neck pain for any other reason), it may be highly beneficial for you to visit your local chiropractor. Chiropractic care is uniquely suited to address such injuries because it attempts to repair underlying damage to the joints, muscles and nerves that can get twisted, strained and crunched during traumatic events; this approach relieves pain naturally, without the use of potentially risky drugs, and helps you to get back to your normal life as soon as possible.

But you may be wondering about chiropractic adjustments. Are they all the same? The answer is that all chiropractors

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Low Testosterone What You Should Know About This Serious Medical Issue

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Testosterone deficiency (otherwise known as low testosterone of “low T”) is a serious medical condition that affects up to 13 million American men. Yet incredibly, only one out of 10 of them will seek treatment. There is an alarming lack of awareness of this grave illness. As the name suggests, low testosterone is a lower-than-normal level of testosterone in the male body, which is defined as being lower than 300 ng/dL. Though testosterone levels on average naturally decline after the age of 30, men with low T face something much more serious than that. If left untreated, testosterone deficiency can lead to a slew of symptoms including increased body fat, decreased muscle m

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