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Joint Range of Motion (Upper Extremity) | NBCOT® | OT MIRI
 
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Can you get better if you have pain from hip arthritis (osteoarthritis)?
 
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Can you get better if you have hip pain from hip arthritis? Many people wonder if having hip osteoarthritis means there's no hope of improving their range of motion, strength, and quality of life without surgery. Matt answers that question with two studies and observations that give you some hope. One study examined knee pain from arthritis. The second study examined hip pain from arthritis. Both studies showed that x-ray evidence of arthritis in the knees and hips had no correlation to symptoms! Analysis of the discordance between radiographic changes and knee pain in osteoarthritis of the knee: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10852280 Association of hip pain with radiographic evidence of hip osteoarthritis: diagnostic test study: http://www.bmj.com/content/351/bmj.h5983 ********** Quick research summaries: FAI bone shapes and pain: https://www.thefaifix.com/bones-dont-... FAI bone shapes and arthritis: https://www.thefaifix.com/fai-does-no... Labral tears and pain: https://www.thefaifix.com/do-labral-t... ********** ********** For the comprehensive self-help program targeting FAI-like hip issues, check out http://uprighthealth.com/the-fai-fix ********** More FAI videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... For more relevant material: 1) diagnostic criteria for FAI make no sense: http://uprighthealth.com/?p=7558 2) unreliability of x-rays and anterior hip impingement tests: http://uprighthealth.com/?p=7703 3) CAM impingement and supposed causation of arthritis: http://uprighthealth.com/?p=7784 4) What is arthritis really? http://uprighthealth.com/?p=7946 5) Prevalence of FAI in CT scans of young asymptomatic population: http://www.ajronline.org/doi/full/10.... 6) Is a Positive Femoroacetabular Impingement Test a Common Finding in Healthy Young Adults?: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/artic... 7) Does FAI cause arthritis? This 2010 study gives a resounding NO: http://www.bjj.boneandjoint.org.uk/co... 8) Does pincer impingement lead to arthritis? This study also says NO: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23... Facebook: http://facebook.com/uprighthealth Movement Improvement Consulting, Orthopedic Massage and Posture, Alignment, and Coordination Training in Redwood City (San Francisco Bay Area) http://uprighthealth.com Buy a T-shirt! http://uprighthealth.com/clothing Blog: http://uprighthealth.com/blog If these videos have been helpful for you and you'd like to buy us a cup of coffee, please go here: http://uprighthealth.com/product/dona... ---- Support us on Patreon! http://bit.ly/uhpatreon
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Do this exercise for arthritis knee pain + the truth about osteoarthritis and knee pain!
 
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Matt shares a story of how one of his clients discovered a cure to her own knee pain. This simple knee exercise helped her with her knee arthritis pain quickly and for the long term! Her doctor had diagnosed her pain as osteoarthritis and told her to just stop running. She wasn't satisfied with just stopping her life, so she started to experiment with different knee exercises. And eventually she found a simple way to treat her knee arthritis at home. In this video, you'll learn her simple exercise for knee pain. It got her back to running! Matt also shares a study that examines the relationship between osteoarthritis and knee pain - the results will make you rethink the entire idea of osteoarthritis and what you can do to make your body feel better! Referenced arthritis research study: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10852280 Subscribe to the channel: http://bit.ly/uhytsub Want better posture? Get the free Posture Primer ebook: http://bit.ly/uhpprmr Facebook: http://facebook.com/uprighthealth Become an Upright Insider for exclusive videos, fast-tracked member Q&As, and other perks: http://goo.gl/3lxczt At-home Programs: http://uprighthealth.com/diy Movement Improvement Consulting, Orthopedic Massage and Personal Training in Redwood City, CA (San Francisco Bay Area): http://uprighthealth.com ---- Support us on Patreon! http://bit.ly/uhpatreon
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Winning VA Disability Benefits for a Joint Injury
 
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Leg, knee, ankle, hip, and shoulder injuries are among the most common types of injuries suffered by military personnel. One study found that almost 60 percent of injured Army veterans who were unable to resume their military duties after an injury were suffering from a muscle, bone or joint injury. Situations like rough helicopter or aircraft landings, vehicle accidents, and the onset of arthritis are just a few of the causes of debilitating joint damage which can happen to a service member. Because many veterans have lived an active lifestyle joint injuries can be especially discouraging. If a service-connected injury is keeping you living the life you once enjoyed, you may be eligible for VA disability benefits. VA claims for joint injury can be complex because range of motion plays a huge part in the evaluation of your disability. Disability rating for injuries to all joints—leg, knee, ankle, hip, and shoulder—are based on range of motion, not the degree of pain the injury causes or the dosage of medication needed for relief. If you have a service-connected joint injury and were turned down for VA disability benefits, it is important to get immediate help with the next step, which is an appeal of the initial decision. And we can help. Call us at Cuddigan Law for a free evaluation of your case.
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Boron vs. Arthritis: Don't watch the video, just read the comments
 
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Update: I didn't finish the challenge because I was in a bad car accident. However, I'm leaving the video up because of the helpful comments. Today, I am starting a study of taking boron to effectively treat arthritis. I plan to record and document my findings as far as pain area, pain level, medications being taken, and other things I'm doing in relation to Arthritis. day I woke up with my neck hurting, my arm hurting, and my hand "cracking" (but not hurting). I used a topical analgesic on my neck. I did not take any non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (yet) today. Exercise included an 48 minute walk and hula-hooping for 30 minutes. I also did range of motion on my right hand today. Visit http://www.health-science-spirit.com/borax.htm for more information on borax/boron and their effect on Arthritis. Please forgive me for being a bit camera-shy (and kept forgetting where the lens was on my tablet). This is something I hope to get better at over the next six weeks as well!
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Osteoarthritis vs Rheumatoid Arthritis Nursing | Symptoms, Pathophysiology, Treatment Mnemonic NCLEX
 
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Osteoarthritis vs. rheumatoid arthritis (OA vs. RA) nursing lecture about the symptoms, pathophysiology, treatment, and nursing interventions for the NCLEX exam. Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis are both forms of arthritis that affect the joints but in different ways. Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis that develops due to the deterioration of the articular cartilage. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune condition that causes inflammation of the synovium within the joint space. In severe cases of RA, the patient can experience bone fusion (ankylosis). Osteoarthritis vs rheumatoid arthritis symptoms include: OA: crepitus, bony outgrowths (Heberden and Bouchard's Nodes which are found on the hands..see pictures in video), joints will feel hard, bony, morning stiffness LESS than 30 minutes, only affects joints (not other systems of the body), and is unsymmetrical. RA: morning stiffness GREATER than 30 minutes, soft, warm, swollen joints, affects joints symmetrically and other systems of the body (fever, anemia, heart, lungs etc.) Treatment for osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis include: NSAIDs, tylenol, physical exercise (low-impact exercises, range of motion, wearing-bearing), assistive devices, heat and cold therapy, corticosteriods (oral for RA and intra-arthritic injections in OA). In severe cases of rheumatoid arthritis DMARDs (disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs) may be used, and these medications suppress the immune system from attacking the joint along with helping slow down the destruction of the disease on the joints and bones. Quiz on OA vs RA: http://www.registerednursern.com/osteoarthritis-vs-rheumatoid-arthritis-nclex-questions/ Notes: http://www.registerednursern.com/osteoarthritis-vs-rheumatoid-arthritis-nclex-review/ More Musculoskeletal Reviews: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfWRievEbu0WNalx82TmZtcI Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RegisteredNurseRNs Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/registerednursern_com/ Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=registerednursern Nursing School Supplies: http://www.registerednursern.com/the-ultimate-list-of-nursing-medical-supplies-and-items-a-new-nurse-student-nurse-needs-to-buy/ Popular Playlists: NCLEX Reviews: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfWtwCDmLHyX2UeHofCIcgo0 Fluid & Electrolytes: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfWJSZ9pL8L3Q1dzdlxUzeKv Nursing Skills: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfUhd_qQYEbp0Eab3uUKhgKb Nursing School Study Tips: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfWBO40qeDmmaMwMHJEWc9Ms Nursing School Tips & Questions" https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVQok-t1X5ZMGgQr3IMBY9M Teaching Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfUkW_DpJekN_Y0lFkVNFyVF Types of Nursing Specialties: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfW8dRD72gUFa5W7XdfoxArp Healthcare Salary Information: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVN0vmEP59Tx2bIaB_3Qhdh New Nurse Tips: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVTqH6LIoAD2zROuzX9GXZy Nursing Career Help: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVXjptWyvj2sx1k1587B_pj EKG Teaching Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfU-A9UTclI0tOYrNJ1N5SNt Dosage & Calculations for Nurses: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfUYdl0TZQ0Tc2-hLlXlHNXq Diabetes Health Managment: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfXtEx17D7zC1efmWIX-iIs9
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Arthritis Overview - RA/OA/What to Avoid - NBCOT
 
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Hey everyone! Happy Friday. Hope you're all doing well. I've been getting some recent comments and likes. Thanks for sharing what's been helpful. I'm so glad these videos are helping some of you. Here is an overview on arthritis. I found OA and RA confusing to distinguish when I was studying so I thought an overview would be nice. Obviously, I can't cover everything but I tried to cover the main takeaways about this condition. Small note: Paraffin is spelled with two f's. I made a typo there! Resources: https://www.arthritis.org/about-arthritis/understanding-arthritis/what-is-arthritis.php Photo source: https://www.medscape.org/viewarticle/561822 https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS776US776&biw=1920&bih=925&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=xbd0Wqq3DYqAjwPDnoaADg&q=holding+leaf&oq=holding+leaf&gs_l=psy-ab.3..0l2j0i5i30k1l8.40944.43436.0.43563.14.11.1.2.3.0.129.1027.0j9.9.0....0...1c.1.64.psy-ab..2.12.1043...0i67k1j0i10k1.0.MhMPzqy54tA#imgrc=uFZ4eOixLM0FUM: Disclaimer: This video is for informational purposes only, which include my personal study tips and ideas for OT/COTA students. It should not be substituted for any form of professional education or medical advice. Although effort to uphold accuracy is made, there are no guarantees on the accuracy or recency of this information. I disclaim all responsibility or liability on the content of this video, including compliance to applicable laws and regulations.
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Shoulder Movement
 
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3D animation of shoulder joint movement. Highlighting on the humerus and scapula. Contact Us: Website: http://www.abplearning.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AnimatedBiomedical Email: studio@medical-animations.com Medical Animations: http://www.medical-animations.com/ © 2015 Animated Biomedical Productions
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Knee Motion Video Anatomy
 
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Dr. Walter H. Schmitt is a graduate of Duke University (1970) and the National College of Chiropractic (1974) and practices in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He was the first doctor to hold diplomate status in both applied kinesiology and chiropractic neurology. Dr. Schmitt is the author of two books for professionals, Common Glandular Dysfunctions in the General Practice (1981) and Compiled Notes on Clinical Nutritional Products (second edition, 1990) and one book for the public, Stop Your Pain Now! (2000). With Dr. Kerry McCord, he is the coauthor of QUINTESSENTIAL APPLICATIONS: A(K) Clinical Protocol (2005). He has authored 70 papers for ICAK meetings and has published over 30 papers in chiropractic trade journals and peer reviewed journals. He serves on the Editorial Review Board of the journal Alternative Medicine Review. His unique clinical approach is based on the blending of applied kinesiology, chiropractic neurology, and nutritional biochemistry in a format that makes physiology come to life for both doctors and their patients.
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Arthritis (Osteoarthritis) - Exercise for Hand & Wrist
 
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http://www.handmasterplus.com If you are experiencing arthritis (aka osteoarthritis) in the wrist, hand, fingers and/or thumb, full range of motion exercise with controlled resistance, is essential. First, be sure you can open and close your hand through full range of motion without pain (clear this through your health care professional). Once you can, start with Handmaster Plus soft and progress arthritis exercise as necessary. Chronic small range of motion habits in life and workplace stress small areas of the joint, thus causing wear and tear and creating poor blood flow for repair and maintenance (wellness). Most hand, thumb and finger exercise is through such a small range of motion that is does not greatly help. And may cause more problems. Handmaster Plus soft, developed by Dr. Zachary, allows easy arthritis exercise through full natural range of motion to produce healing via maximum blood flow and stimulation. For more info email info@doczac.com or visit http://www.handmasterplus.com
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3-minute Chinese Medicine study---Arthritis 17/4/2018
 
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Different types of arthritis exist, each with different causes including wear and tear, infections and underlying diseases. Symptoms include pain, swelling, reduced range of motion and stiffness. from Hengchun Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture clinic in South Africa. Be the best Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture clinic in South Africa .
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Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms
 
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Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms Rheumatoid Arthritis symptoms review and summary. More info at: The 7 Common Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms are 1. Redness in joints 2. Swelling in the joints 3. Symmetrical joint pain (the same joints on each side of the body effected) 4. Heat in the joint 5. Lack of range of motion and increasing stiffness 6. Nodules or hardened area on the side of joints 7. Fatigue Each of these are explained in this video. If you'd like help with your RA then contact me. Subscribe & More Videos: https://goo.gl/8n5dFH Thank for watching, Please Like Share And SUBSCRIBE!!! #arthritis, #rheumatoid
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Regaining Full Range of Motion: Fasting to Heal an Injury
 
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hatp://www.TanglewoodWellnessCenter.com Loren shares the story of a 50-something woman who had very limited range of motion after ongoing physical therapy.8 months after a bad break in her leg. She fasted 21 days and left with no pain and nearly full range of motion, walking without a cane for the first time in 9 months.
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Diagnosing an Arthritic Hip Joint
 
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Hip Returned Near Full Range of Motion in Minutes!
 
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Find out how hip pain can be relieved fast. https://advancedsofttissuerelease.com/ ASTR Tools & Classes: https://shop.advancedsofttissuerelease.com/ocart2/index.php?route=common/home Hip Returned Near Full Range of Motion in Minutes! Hello everyone, my name is Dr. Jacobs, I’m a doctor of physical therapy and I’m also the inventor of advanced soft tissue release, (ASTR specialty). I am a cancer survivor and I used to suffer from chronic migraines, headaches, pain and fatigue before I invented ASTR specialty. 0.25 Tell me what is going on with your hip. Well, I have started having pain in this, right here in my groin. When I move my leg, I am very nervous about driving and always move my foot. I have to use my other foot and that’s not a good thing. I drive a small car but it has a really big seating area. I move the seat back and forth and it will help for a little bit. And then it hurts again. And I took it on a forty mile trip and I was crying by the time I got to the end. How much pain do you feel from 0-10 then? Then, it was 10. What kind of pain, sharp, dull aching? It was sharp. Yes, sharp and awful! Is this in the front of your hip? Yeah right up her in the front of my hip, right in the joint. You can feel it. How long has it been going on? Only about three months. Its not been very long. But I did not want to let it go. Did you get an MRI or X-ray? I just got an x-ray. He said they were deteriorating from arthritis. In both hips? Yeah both hips. Right now the pain is more on my right side. 2.05 Show me the motion that aggravates it. Its just this right here 2.24 How much pain from 0-10? It will go from 0-10. Right now it is just a little discomfort. Can you cross your legs? I’ve been told not to do that. Ok, well, I am just see your range of motion. I didn’t even know if I could. Move up. Wow that is very weak. Yeah I cant go very far with that. Compared to the other side, you see how far that goes. Lets do the right side again. 3.59 we are going to do a straight leg raise. Bring it up and stop when you feel pain. Straight leg raise. Up, Up Up! Is that as far as you can go? Oh yeah! Oh man, ok relax. Wow it was 17. Sorry, did not even get to 20 degrees. Did you see it? 17. 17 ok 17 write it down please. Ok can we try it again? Ok that’s a 15 now. Ehh almost 17 ok 17 yeah. What happened when you did that? Well it hurts. How much pain from 0-10? Uhh 8. And this had been going on for 3 months? Yeah. Ok and this one [left leg] not so bad. Oh lift this one up. Not bad. See the difference. 5.06 Ok while we are here, give us a brief history of your knees. Bend your knees, both of them. So whats going on with your knees. Well my left knee, they wanted to replace but I was taking care of my sick husband. We had two bilateral knee replacements. I counld’nt walk, I just scooted around for several years and then I got this one [hip] replaced. That hurts right there. What year did you replace this one [knee]? 01. And this one? 06. Do you feel pain with what I am doing here? No I don’t. wow you have a lot of scar tissue. That’s a very thick one. So you are going to feel cold, ok? Ok. 12.53 Alright so what do you think of ASTR treatment? I think this is really something that you have discovered or are using. Its wonderful. My gosh! I cant believe the difference! I’m pretty happy. Yeah . Yeah im probably go for a run, not walk. Thank you so much. Ohh thank you I cant believe it. ASTR website: https://astrinstitute.com ASTR website: https://advancedsofttissuerelease.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr._jacobs/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ASTRInstitute/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ASTR_Institute LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/josephjacobs/?trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile Shop: https://shop.advancedsofttissuerelease.com/ocart2/index.php?route=common/home Find A Provider: https://advancedsofttissuerelease.com/astr-providers ASTR research studies: https://advancedsofttissuerelease.com/research https://www.reliantphysicaltherapy.com/ Disclaimer: Results may vary with each person and we cannot guarantee that you will experience the same results found in our testimonial and treatment videos. Each individual is different and one person’s success is not a guaranteed result. These products are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent any disease. This video is not intended to provide diagnosis, treatments, opinions, services or advice to any viewers. Through our social media, we introduce you to new ideas for treatment, intended to be researched and expand general knowledge. The content in any videos or social media posts can not be substituted for professional assistance. If you are concerned over a medical issue, please consult your healthcare provider, physician, or other medical professional. Dr. Joseph Jacobs and the ASTR institute are in no way responsible or liable for any actions, services or products acquired through this video or website.
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Joints: Crash Course A&P #20
 
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We continue our look at your bones and skeletal system, skipping over the silly kid's song in favor of a more detailed look at your your axial and appendicular skeleton. This episode also talks about the structural and functional classifications of your joints and the major types of body movement that they facilitate. Table of Contents Basic Structure of Your Skeletal System 1:50 Axial and the Appendicular Skeleton 2:02 Structural and Functional Classifications of Joints 3:41 Major Types of Body Movement 6:02 *** Crash Course is now on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at http://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Mark Brouwer, Jan Schmid, Steve Marshall, Anna-Ester Volozh, Sandra Aft, Brad Wardell, Christian Ludvigsen, Robert Kunz, Jason, A Saslow, Jacob Ash, Jeffrey Thompson, Jessica Simmons, James Craver, Simun Niclasen, SR Foxley, Roger C. Rocha, Nevin, Spoljaric, Eric Knight, Elliot Beter, Jessica Wode ***SUBBABLE MESSAGES*** TO: Everyone FROM: Martin Owens To gild refined gold is just silly -- TO: Dana FROM: Cameron Still holding out! we're gonna make it through. ***SUPPORTER THANK YOU!*** Thank you so much to all of our awesome supporters for their contributions to help make Crash Course possible and freely available for everyone forever: Stephen DeCubellis, Vanessa Benavent, Rob Palmer, Dr. John D. Trombley, BouwsT, Robin Duckworth, Kyle "Defender of Awesome" Willis, Damian Shaw, Elisa DeCastro, Johnny Young!, -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support Crash Course on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse CC Kids: http://www.youtube.com/crashcoursekids
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Treating Arthritis of the hip with Orthopedic massage from a nurological perspective
 
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Body Mechanics Orthopedic massage goes over a case study for treating arthritis of hip, with limited range of motion from a neurological perspective. http://www.bodymechanicsnyc.com/massage-nyc/ Body Mechanics Orthopedic Massage 315 Madison Ave. NY NY 10017
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Hip arthritis / osteoarthritis treatment and rehabilitation exercises help video
 
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Hawkes Physiotherapy TV brings you their latest help video for osteoarthritis of the hip
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Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis for USMLE
 
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Simple Explanation of Juvenile Rhumatoid Arthritis (JRA) for USMLE. Focusing on the Signs and Symptoms, clinical presentaiton, Diagnosis, Treatment and Management. In particular Oligoaruticular, Pauciarticular, Polyarticular, Systemic, Enthesitis and Psoriatic Arthritis. Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis is classified into 5 categories. The first category is oligoarticular or Pauci articular JA. Then there is polyarticular Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. This is divided into subgroups depending on Rheumatoid Factor. Rhematoid Factor positive is also referred to as Early Onset Adult Rheumatoid Arthritis. Systemic Rheumatoid Arthritis, Enthesitis is not necessarily the joints but actually the tendon. Finally there is Psoriatic. Most common is oligoartiruclar (40%). RF postivie is more than RF-. Systemic 10-20% and the other is very rare. Oligoarticular Rhematoid Arthritis is when there is less than 4 joints within 6 months. If there is move than 4 joints, but takes longer than 6 months, then this is known as extended. This tends to be slightly more severe. Polyarticular is have more than 5 joints involved within 6 months. Systemic there is more than 5 jointsh within 6 months and there are systemic symptoms. Enthesitis is related to the tendon-bone attachment. FInally Psoriatic is related to a rash. Oligoarticular is less than 8 years, Rhematoid Factor Negative is found in 8-12 years old and Rheumatoid Factor Positive occurs in greater than 13 years old. Systemic can occur in any age group. Joints involved in Oligarticular hte knee is the most common, also affected is the ankle. Typically associated with morning stiffness and swollen joints. Hip involvement is unusual. Rhematoid Factor Negative Polyaritcular. Large and Small joints of hands and feets such as knee, ankles, and wrists. Temporomandivular joint and spine is also much more common joint. No HIP invovlement Rheumatoid Factor Positive is similar to Adult Rheumatoid Arthritis so it is symettrical and very aggressive. Systemic can be any joint. Enthesitis there is sacroiliac and spinal pain and stiffness Psoriatic is primarily Finger (Dactylitis) Uveitis is a very serious and common symptom. Oligoarticular Rheumatoid Arthritis can cause Iriditis. Also Enthesitis and Psoriatic which also has Anterior Uveitis. Psoriatic is painful whereas in Oligarticular is painless. Therefore you must do slit lamp to preven blindness, cataracts, glaucoma. Treatment with glucocorticoids and mydriatics. All of these are associated with ANA Positive. Rheumatoid Factor Negative does not have extra articular symptoms. However, in Rheumatoid Factor Positive there are classic Rheumatoid Nodules, vasculitis and lung disease and continue to adult Rheumatoid Arthritis. Systemic Rheumatoid Arthritis is difficult to diagnose because systemic symptoms may occur months before there are any joint involvement. The most important is associated with a fever and rash that goes away when there is fever. Salmon colored, erythematous and maculopapular. Serositis (pleuritis and Pericarditis lymphadenopathy and hepatosplenomegaly). There are some lab findings such as High ESR and elevated WBC and platelets. There is anemia and Elevated LFT. Macrophage Activating Syndrome (MAS). INcrease Macrophage, T Cell, Interferon Gamma, GM-CSF. You must rule out infection and malignancy. In Enthesitis there must be two of the following. First there must be sacroiliac tenderness and/or spinal pain. HLA B27, Family History if there is a history of primary or secondary relative. Associated Anterior Uveitis. Greater than 8 years old and if they are a boy. The prognosis of Enthesitis is good. Psoriatic Arthritis. Salmon colored lesion. It has a variable course with remissions and exacerbations. Diagnostic Criteria. Firstly, 6 weeks of persistent swollen joint. Must be less than 16 years old. Diagnosis of Exclusion so you must exclude septic arthritis. No test to rule out or confirm Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis therefore it is difficult to diagnose. Treatment is physiotherapy to maintain range of motion and avoid contractions. Multi-Discipline team effort of physiotherapist, social worker, orthopedic, ophthlamologist, Rheumatologist and possibly a pediatrician. Medications are NSAIDs and Intra-Articular corticosteroids and injections into joint that helps eliminate pain. Can't give for too long becuase it destroys the joint tissue. Disease Modifying Anti-Rheumatic Drugs. Methotrexate. Biologic Agents such as etanercepts, Adalimumab, Infliximab
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Improve shoulder range of motion and overhead mobility
 
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Want to improve your shoulder range of motion? Build more overhead mobility and stability in your shoulder? Learn this simple yoga pose hack of the downward dog / A-frame position so you can build strength and stability in your shoulders! Free Exclusive Shoulder Tips: https://uprighthealth.com/shoulder-tips/ --- ABOUT THIS VIDEO In this video, Trevor and Vincent show you a simple exercise to improve shoulder range of motion and overhead mobility. The exercise, the downward dog or A-frame position, improves scapular stability and shoulder flexion. If you do this shoulder exercise correctly, you’ll build the requisite strength for safely doing handstands and overhead presses. Even if you have done the downward dog before, this video will show you how to do downward dog more effectively for shoulder stability and to strengthen your shoulders overall. You’ll also learn some common mistakes with the downward dog so you can get the most out of this fantastic shoulder exercise. And if you watch til the end, you'll learn a progression for the downward dog to strengthen your shoulders even more. ----- HELPFUL PRODUCTS Protes (delicious vegan protein chips!) - https://goo.gl/8vFSbA Purchases you make with our affiliate links help support the Upright Health channel. Thank you! ---- SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook: http://facebook.com/uprighthealth Instagram: http://instagram.com/uprighthealth ---- HELPFUL LINKS DIY Programs: http://uprighthealth.com/diy Everything you need to know about posture: http://uprighthealth.com/posture-primer Free Exclusive Shoulder Tips: https://uprighthealth.com/shoulder-tips/ Coaching (in-person and online): http://uprighthealth.com/training Roll & Release (be your own massage therapist!): https://uprighthealth.com/about-roll-and-release Healthy Hips 1: http://goo.gl/cFYxzh Free Exclusive Anterior Tilt Videos: https://uprighthealth.com/fix-apt-info/ The FAI Fix: http://bit.ly/thefaifix Upright Insider for Access to Our Exclusive Video Library: http://insider.uprighthealth.com ---- Support Us on Patreon: http://uprighthealth.com/patreon ---- MUSIC David Cutter Music - http://www.davidcuttermusic.com - Make me feel
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Osteoarthritis of the Hip
 
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It's one of the top reasons hips go bad: osteoarthritis. It specifically covers pain due to wear and tear of a joint. "With osteoarthritis of the hip, because it has so much of a range of motion, one of the first things we see is limitation in motion which makes it difficult to get in and out of a car, up and down from a chair," says Dr. John Kagan, an orthopedic surgeon on the medical staff of Lee Memorial Health System. Those are the tell tale signs. Oftentimes the condition will present in only one joint, an injury may have made it susceptible to osteoarthritis. "There may have been some predisposing thing that happened to their hip way, way, way back when, and over a period of time we see that that has changed and caused the injury, that sub sequentially developed into an arthritic condition," says Dr. Kagan. First lines of treatment are exercise and therapy. If the condition gets worse or isn't subsiding, doctors may move to medications, and finally surgery. People with an arthritic hip are more likely to seek treatment early. "We don't see this much with knee arthritis, people with hip arthritis generally get worse quicker and want to have something done. People with knee arthritis can tolerate a lot of wear and tear changes in the joints," says Dr. Kagan. The ultimate solution is to replace the hip joint. "We actually remove the joint, that is remove the femoral ball and grind out the worn out socket and replace the ball and socket with metal and plastic components," says Dr. Kagan. When faced with debilitating osteoarthritis, a hip replacement may decrease pain and improve range of motion. Your doctor can help you decide if it's the right option for you. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we've been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org
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Hip & Leg Movement Techniques (Range of Motion)
 
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http://www.massagenerd.com http://www.massageproce.com I am the former owner of my own massage school, and I have also traveled nationally to help other massage schools with their curriculum and to offer CE trainings. I get invited frequently to speak and teach at a variety of massage schools based on my vast experience. I've assisted schools in Hawaii, Missouri and North Carolina with their curriculum and I've been a program director as well. I also provide consulting services for massage schools around the U.S. and I am co-creating a teacher training program with Robin Fann. My studies include many modalities, including advanced cranio sacral therapy, chakra healing, reiki, myofascial release, medical massage, lomilomi, neuromuscular therapy, foot reflexology, thai massage, hot stone massage, raindrop therapy , Gestalt Therapy, Breathwork, Somato-emotional Release and more! Many of the well renowned healers and spiritual leaders in our profession have been my mentor. Anodea Judith, PhD, Caroline Myss, PhD, John Upledger, DO, Paul St. John, LMT, Karla LaVoie, Reiki Master, Deepak Chopra, Michael Harner, Aminah Raheem, PhD and I've trained under the lineage of Kahu Abraham on the island of Kauai in hawaiian temple style lomi lomi,the list goes on. I continue to study the shamanic principles of hawaiian spirituality and bring it into my life on a daily basis. It brings me comfort and peace, wisdom and growth, it provides me with love. Like the lotus flower, I am unfolding. Gloria has been nominated in the Massage Hall of Fame at the World Massage Festival 2011 In the meantime, contact me with any questions at massageproce@gmail.com
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Osteoarthritis | acupuncture knee oa
 
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http://www.arthritistreatmentcenter.com Does acupuncture work for arthritis? Maybe. Up next... Acupuncture Relieves Knee Osteoarthritis -- New Study Reported in TMblr, researchers conclude that acupuncture has a significant curative effect on patients with knee osteoarthritis. This condition often involves joint pain, swelling, stiffness, decreased range of motion and the formation of bone spurs. More than 27 million people in the U.S. have osteoarthritis with the knee being one of the most commonly affected areas. In this recent study, the researchers from a community hospital in Beijing treated 200 cases of knee osteoarthritis using acupuncture. The overall effective rate was 98%. During the electroacupuncture treatment, researchers used different needling methods such as local single-needle puncture and local multi-needle puncture. Electroacupuncture was primarily applied using low frequency continuous waves. The type of the wave and intensity was chosen dependent upon patient tolerance Among the 200 patients receiving treatment, 64 patients (32%) fully recovered, 112 patients (56%) showed marked improvements, 20 patients (10%) showed moderate improvements and four patients (2%) showed no improvements. The overall effective rate was 98%. Based on the outcome, the researchers concluded acupuncture is effective for treating knee osteoarthritis. The article was published in Journal of Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Clinical Medicine) Comment: The debate continues. I think acupuncture may be a helpful ancillary treatment for pain but I don't see any evidence that it modifies disease. http://youtu.be/A-SlTMB6Bno
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Do FAI bone shapes cause the pain of hip impingement and arthritis?
 
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FAI research: do the shapes of bones actually cause hip pain associated with hip impingement? If it's not the bones, what else could it be? ---- ABOUT THIS VIDEO This video reviews 5 FAI studies that show that the shape of bones are not at all related to the pain or movement problems associated with the "FAI" theory. Reference list for studies in this video: http://www.thefaifix.com/?p=391 For the comprehensive self-help program targeting FAI-like hip issues, check out http://uprighthealth.com/the-fai-fix For more relevant material: 1) diagnostic criteria for FAI makes no sense: http://uprighthealth.com/?p=7558 2) unreliability of x-rays and anterior hip impingement tests: http://uprighthealth.com/?p=7703 3) CAM impingement and supposed causation of arthritis: http://uprighthealth.com/?p=7784 4) What is arthritis really? http://uprighthealth.com/?p=7946 5) Prevalence of FAI in CT scans of young asymptomatic population: http://www.ajronline.org/doi/full/10.2214/AJR.12.8546 6) Is a Positive Femoroacetabular Impingement Test a Common Finding in Healthy Young Adults?: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3676610/ 7) Does FAI cause arthritis? This 2010 study gives a resounding NO: http://www.bjj.boneandjoint.org.uk/content/93-B/5/580.short 8) Does pincer impingement lead to arthritis? This study also says NO: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23850552 More FAI videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfKNSz5BBcBH4lL9pn4XUX9ef0OyZPFtj Facebook: http://facebook.com/uprighthealth Movement Improvement Consulting, Orthopedic Massage and Posture, Alignment, and Coordination Training in Redwood City (San Francisco Bay Area) http://uprighthealth.com Buy a T-shirt! http://uprighthealth.com/clothing Blog: http://uprighthealth.com/blog ---- Support us on Patreon! http://bit.ly/uhpatreon
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Mayo Clinic wins Arthritis Foundation Grant for Shoulder Replacement Research
 
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Thousands of people have shoulder replacement surgery each year, making it one of the most common types of joint replacement in the United States, yet there is no standard rehabilitation protocol for patients. Some get physical therapy after surgery; some do not. Researchers at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., have won a grant from the Arthritis Foundation Upper Midwest Region to study how to best aid recovery after surgery. Patients with joint degeneration and pain that interferes with their daily lives _ often caused by rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, shoulder fractures or rotator cuff injuries _ are the most typical candidates for shoulder replacement surgery. Researcher Wendy Hurd, Ph.D., says she and co-investigator John Sperling, M.D., will track patients' range of motion, strength and function before and after surgery to help determine the most important physical therapy interventions. The Arthritis Foundation Upper Midwest Region is providing $100,000 for the two-year study. In this video Dr. Hurd discusses the need for this research.
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Recover Ankle Range of Motion (easily) | Aaron Alexander | Align Method™
 
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Receive Aaron's FREE "10 Best Self-Care Techniques" http://www.aligntherapy.com/10-best-selfcare-techniques. Aaron Alexander, Owner of Align Therapy, is a world class movement coach and manual therapist. He regularly works with both Olympic and professional level athletes to achieve optimal performance. He teaches movement based bodywork internationally and has helped thousands out of pain and into health. His approach combines mainly self-care with myofascial release techniques and functional movement practices. The system can be utilized anytime or place. His teaching at times can look like exercise but is so much more. Moving with integration will activate the body's ability to heal itself. If you suffer from chronic pain or just want get to be stronger and faster, this is the key. We see it relieve pain, enhance sleep, mood, libido, energy, increase strength, flexibility, balance and overall well-being everyday! For more updates, check my website at http://www.aligntherapy.com! Like my page: https://www.facebook.com/AlignBend Follow me: https://twitter.com/Align_Method
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Study on Hip Pain, Osteoarthritis and Physical Activity
 
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With Dr. John Esdaile, Rheumatologist, Professor of Medicine, University of British Columbia, University of Calgary and Scientific Director, Arthritis Research Centre of Canada. Video produced by Turtlebox Productions.
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Rheumatoid Arthritis - How to Treat Arthritis Naturally - Home Remedies for  Rheumatoid Arthritis
 
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Rheumatoid arthritis - how to treat arthritis naturally - symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis & home remedies for the treatment of arthritis Please subscribe our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0Mpd1WnxCz9PXCZZjBVGOQ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Live-Healthy-Life-1645151002425115 Follow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/livehealthylif1 How to treat Rheumatoid Arthritis Arthritis is a joint pain in your fingers, hands, knees, elbows, hips, jaw or any other place where there is a union between the bones. It is an inflammation of the joints, either one or more in your body. Pain, stiffness, swelling, redness, decreased the range of motion are some of the symptoms of arthritis. There are many different forms of arthritis, and there is no cure for this disease, but there is a possibility to control and make our life without problems. Fortunately, there are some useful home remedies to treat Arthritis. Home Remedies for Rheumatoid Arthritis Turmeric Turmeric, a yellow spice that contains a potent compound called curcumin, which helps heal inflammation. It is primarily used to reduce pain and swelling in people who are suffering from arthritis. Therefore, take turmeric regularly, either in capsules or water turmeric or turmeric cooked or turmeric mixed in warm milk and drink this milk before going to bed for sleep to gain control over pain. Apple cider vinegar Apple cider vinegar is rich in calcium, magnesium, potassium and phosphorus which are essential to relieve joint pain. So, grab a cup of warm water and add a teaspoon of ACV and honey in it. Mix it with water and drink it in the morning to remove toxins build up in the joints and connective tissues. Ginger Ginger can increase blood flow and also acts as anti-inflammatory eliminating inflammatory chemicals away from painful joints. Therefore, consuming ginger regularly helps a lot to cure arthritis. Take half a teaspoon of ginger powder or 30 grams (about six teaspoons) of fresh ginger once a day. Green Tea Green tea contains a chemical compound called quercetin, a powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant to prevent or alleviate the symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis. According to the Study of Women's Health in Iowa, it is clear that women who drank three or more cups of this green tea per day are 60 percent less likely to develop Rheumatoid Arthritis and its symptoms rather than women who do not drink this green tea. Therefore, drink it regularly at regular intervals to get rid of this problem. Cinnamon Cinnamon helps give relief from arthritis pain and symptoms. Therefore, take a half teaspoon of cinnamon powder and one tablespoon of honey. Mix these two in a cup of warm water and drink this regularly in the morning on an empty stomach. Cloves Cloves have an inflammatory chemical called eugenol against which helps heal the pain of arthritis. It also contains antioxidants that give relief from pain and inflammation that was caused by arthritis. Therefore, intake of teeth in any way challenging helps you a lot in reducing pain. Alfalfa Alfalfa is one of the herbs that are rich in minerals and helps regulate pH levels to cure people suffering from arthritis. You can make a tea by adding some alfalfa seeds in a cup of boiling water and allowed to stir and let stand for a few minutes. Then strain the tea and drink twice a day for about 2 to 3 weeks to reduce inflammation. Massage Regular massage helps arthritic joints to reduce pain and stiffness. Massage will help to improve their movement and makes you feel better to do the job. First, consult your doctor and then proceed to work with your physical therapist or massage therapist. Borage Borage oil contains anti-inflammatory properties that help relieve arthritis and its symptoms. Therefore, take a few drops of this oil seeds and massage the affected part to get heals painful and swollen joints. Or you can drink a teaspoon of borage seed oil every day for quick relief of pain, as this oil will not harm your body, but make sure you do not eat seeds or other parts directly.
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6 Amazing Benefits of Turmeric In Osteoarthritis
 
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Thanks to its amazing anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and pain relieving properties, turmeric can be of great help to Osteoarthritis patients. Check detailed article here - https://tinyurl.com/y936udug Turmeric is a rhizomatous stem that is obtained from a plant known as Curcuma longa. It belongs to the family Zingiberaceae. It is used as a spice, usually in dried and powdered form and is an essential spice in South Asian dishes. Turmeric is also known for its important place in the field of traditional medicines. It consists of numerous biologically active compounds such as Curcumin, which has a number of medicinal properties such as anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, analgesic, and immune-modulatory. Other constituents include Iron Sodium, Potassium, Vitamins B&C, omega fatty acids etc. Turmeric is seen to use as a traditional medicine in Osteoarthritis- Osteoarthritis is a condition where there are a wear and tear to cartilage. This is the most common type of Arthritis. When cartilage breaks down and bones start rubbing each other. This causes pain, swelling, and stiffness. Age, metabolism, genes, mechanical and chemical factors are some of the causes. In this the range of motion of joints gets affected, muscle weakness and growth of Herberden’s nodules at the joints is also seen. It usually affects knees, hips, hands, and spine. Treatment includes exercise, lifestyle change, and medications. 6 ways in which Turmeric helps in Osteoarthritis- 1. Inflammation at the affected area is a very common symptom in Osteoarthritis. Turmeric is natural anti-inflammatory agents that help curb the production of inflammatory cytokines in the body. It suppresses the metabolic activity of chondrocytes [bone cells] and prevents degeneration of cartilage. It also inhibits the production of other inflammatory agents. Thus, Turmeric helps in preventing disease progression. 2. Oxidative stress produced in our body due to the imbalance of free radicals in the body contributes to the progression of the disease. Curcumin and curcuminoids found in Turmeric can be used as n anti-oxidant supplements in osteoarthritis. Regular use of Turmeric help in the increasing the levels of antioxidants in the body. This can relieve osteoarthritis symptoms. 3. Osteoarthritis is associated with cartilage degradation. Many studies have proved that Curcumin is chondroprotective in nature. It protects bone cartilage from being degraded. Curcumin acts on various enzymes that prevent cell death and degradation of cartilage. It also inhibits the pro-inflammatory enzymes thus preventing the degradation of bone health in Osteoarthritis patient. 4. Patients with Osteoarthritis experience pain in joints. Turmeric and Curcumin are natural painkillers. They curb inflammation, act on endogenous opioid pathways and nerve signaling methods in order to relieve pain. Commonly used painkillers such as Ibuprofen cause gastric problem. A study conducted, said that Curcumin provides a better pain relief than many other commonly used painkillers without causing any gastric side effects. 5. Curcumin’s anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties help in pain relieving action help in potentiating the action of various medications prescribed in Arthritis. It also helps in reducing the side effects of conventional treatment. 6. A research study conducted in said that the most of the clinical trials conducted by them to test turmeric against Osteoarthritis showed positive results. It is seen to reduce the osteoarthritis symptoms. Combination of Turmeric along with exercise therapy and chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine sulfate is found in to help in osteoarthritis. Thus, we can say that Turmeric plays an eminent role in the treatment and prevention of Osteoarthritis. Read our complete article here; https://www.turmericforhealth.com/turmeric-benefits/turmeric-benefits-for-osteoarthritis
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Hip Osteoarthritis Pain and Exercise by Pilates Wise Carlsbad, Encinitas, Oceanside
 
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http://pilateswise.com Hip Osteoarthritis caused limited range of motion, weakness and pain. It's important to rehab and find proper exercise. Pilates and therapeutic exercises relieve pain and increases range of motion. Nordic Walking is a good cardio exercise and helps shift weight off the hip joints. PIlatesWise in Carlsbad, California offers Pilates & exercise therapy program and Nordic walking intro for people who are suffering hip arthritis or need post-rehab after hip replacement. All private sessions are taught by a Physical Therapist.
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Acupuncture For Arthritis King Of Prussia PA - Complementary Healthcare
 
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https://www.kingofprussiahealth.com/acupuncture-for-pain-king-of-prussia/ Acupuncture and the other modalities of traditional Chinese medicine have a very positive clinical result to reduce or alleviate pain from arthritic conditions. Study after study has shown that groups receiving acupuncture do much better over time to control their pain, reduce inflammation and increase range of motion of affected joints. Patients receiving TCM treatment also report weight loss, more energy and less weakness with an overall improvement in quality of life. We will conduct an examination and diagnosis based on Chinese medicine theory. From there, we will use one of the many diagnostic methods to first determine the syndrome, and secondly, to differentiate the pattern within the disease syndrome. This allows us to discover the branch of the disease, which are the obvious signs and symptoms and the root of the disease, which often times is an imbalance with one or more of the internal organ systems. In the case of arthritis, we refer to this as a Bi syndrome. Bi syndrome can be defined as something being not open. What is not open are the channels and collaterals where the Chi and the blood circulate. Bi means there is an impediment or obstruction in the channels resulting in pain. Our objective is to remove the obstruction and open the channels and collaterals to allow the free flow of Chi and blood. Obviously, this is very simplified but it is the basic idea. There are several things that need to be done first in order to select the right acupuncture points and herbal medicine. Dr. Marco DiBonaventura, L.Ac. Complementary Healthcare 1000 Valley Forge Cir #105 King of Prussia, PA 19406 Phone (484) 392-7023 https://www.kingofprussiahealth.com/
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Exercises for Knee Arthritis - Worlds Best Vitamins
 
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To Learn More About Arthritis, visit here http://worldsbestvitamins.com Arthritis can be painful since you use your knee especially when you walk. Exercises are the best way to prevent the pain in the knee. It helps to reduce the swelling and pain by strengthening the muscles that support, stabilize and help protect the knee. When we talk about arthritis, the main common causes are the genetic factor, injuries in the joint and age. Movements in a range of motion can help decreasing inflammation in arthritis pain. The types of movement or exercises occurring at a given joint are related to the structure of that joint
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Moving With Ease - Feldenkrais Lessons for People with Osteoarthritis
 
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Moving With Ease -- Feldenkrais lessons for People with Osteoarthritis is a research project undertaken to assess the effectiveness of the Feldenkrais Method in helping people who suffer from Osteoarthritis. These lessons were included in the intervention to help improve the function and range of motion of the hip joint. The purpose of showing this video is to give an example of a Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement lesson from this study as well as to indicate the kind of improvement that can be found from doing these lessons.
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Optimize your life with OptiMSM®   -   Bergstrom Nutrition®
 
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OPTIMSM® BENEFITS Supports healthy joints and range of motion MSM is recognized for its ability to support overall joint health and a normal range of motion. In the double blinded, placebo controlled study by Linda Kim et al. (2006) results showed MSM produces a significant decrease in WOMAC pain and physical function impairment with significant improvements in the performance of daily living activities using the SF-36 evaluation8. Additionally a study by Debbi et al. (2011) showed significant improvement in WOMAC physical function and total WOMAC score. Debbi also found VAS Pain scores had significant improvement9. Usha et al. (2004) used VAS-pain scores and the Lequesne index as efficacy parameters with MSM showing significant improvement over placebo10. Prevents cartilage breakdown Studies also suggest MSM may support cartilage and help prevent its breakdown. Oshima et al. (2007) demonstrated MSM's ability to reduce mRNA expression of inflammatory cytokines i.e. TNF-alpha and IL-1 in Grade II OA chondrocytes6. In the published work of Kloesch et al. (2011) MSM dramatically down regulated expression of pro-inflammatory cytokines, IL-6 and IL-8 as well as blocking IL-1ß induced IL-6 and IL-8 expression in the human chondrocyte cell line C-28/125. Peer reviewed and recently published research indicates that daily oral supplementation of OptiMSM® may be beneficial for exercise recovery. Human and animal studies suggest OptiMSM®: Helps combat exercise-induced inflammation Promotes connective tissue repair and regeneration by decreasing Reactive Oxygen and Nitrogen Species Decreases measures of muscle damage and soreness Supports healthy joints and range of motion Reduces oxidative stress following exercise Prevents cartilage breakdown Increases overall antioxidant defense Increases overall antioxidant defense Although the work of Beilke et al. (1987) suggests that MSM is not a free-radical scavenger, it appears to inhibit the oxidative function of stimulated neutrophils thus down regulating the expression of reactive nitrogen and oxygen species. This suggests an alternative explanation to an in-vivo anti-inflammatory action tied to an overall antioxidant defense13. An equine study by Marañon et al. (2008) using jumping exercise as a stimulus showed that MSM supplementation resulted in a decrease in nitrous oxide (NO) and carbon monoxide (CO) expression and significant increase in glutathione, a very important intracellular antioxidant thiol4. Desilvestro et al. (2008) showed MSM's ability to increase liver glutathione levels by 78% in mice when supplemented with MSM16 Amiroshahrokhi et al. 2011 found MSM significantly increased glutathione and significantly reduced malondialdehyde (MDA, myeloperoxidase (MPO) and pro-inflammtory marker IL-1ß in colonic tissue using a rat model of chemically induced colitis. Recent Human studies also add support to MSM's ability to increase the bodies overall antioxidant defense. Kalman et al. (2012) carried out a proof of concept study on healthy adult males. This study used two different doses of MSM results indicating that plasma trolox equivalent antioxidant capacity (TEAC) increased in a dose dependant manner. In addition homocysteine levels before treatment were either unchanged or increased slightly immediately post exercise whereas with MSM treatment homocysteine levels decreased significantly in all subjects immediately post exercise and trended towards significance in the higher dosage group1. Oxidized and reduced glutathione levels have been evaluated in both humans by Nakhostin-Roohi et al. (2011) and horses by Marañon et al. (2008) consistent results from both studies indicate a significant improvement in plasma antioxidant capacity. Further evidence also was shown in the double blinded, placebo controlled human study by Barmaki et al. (2012). This study showed an increase in serum total antioxidant capacity (TAC)2 . The cumulative results of two animal studies and four human studies, three of which are double blinded placebo controlled, make a very strong case of MSM's ability to favorably influence the body's overall antioxidant defense capability. Reduces oxidative stress following exercise The Nakostin-Roohi study showed a decrease in oxidated glutathione and an increase in reduced glutathione compared to placebo following an acute bout of exercise. This suggests a reduction in oxidative stress. These results are consistent with results from the equine model used by Marañon. Oxidative stress is caused by an imbalance between the production of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species and the body's natural ability to neutralize these radicals. This can lead to oxidative damage of cells.
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Knee Flexibility Exercises – Before You Start Exercising (Video 3 of 11)
 
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Stretching exercises for knees can help relieve stiff joints and improve range of motion for patients with osteoarthritis of the knee. Muscles work best when they are at optimum length, improving mobility. Stretching daily will let you increase your strength training without pain. The biggest challenge with knee stretching exercises is holding each stretch for a proper length of time. Stretch for at least 20 to 30 seconds and at least 2 times to change muscle length. These stretches shouldn’t hurt, but you should feel a slight pull in the muscle. Be sure to breathe through the stretch to relax your muscles. This video is part of a 3-step exercise program — designed using a combination of aerobic, flexibility and strength training exercises that produced impressive results in a medical study of osteoarthritis of the knee patients (Baker, Kristin R., Nelson, Miriam E., et al. “The Efficacy of Home Based Progressive Strength Training in Older Adults with Knee Osteoarthritis: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” The Journal of Rheumatology. 2001; 28:7). Please note: The knee exercise videos presented here are for informational purposes only and do not take the place of the advice of your doctor. By providing you with this information, Sanofi is not endorsing its content. You should consult with your doctor before starting any new health regimen.
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Manipulation vs.  Exercise on Neck Range of Motion.
 
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In this video newsletter I discuss the effects of multiple cervical Manipulation therapy vs. a Home-based Exercise program, to increase neck lateral flexion (side bending) range of motion, in 182 patients (113 females, 69 males) with acute/subacute neck pain, , with an average age of 48 years, at at 1- and 3-month follow ups. Trial (Randomized Controlled Trial) – is a study in which the participants are assigned by chance to separate groups that compare different treatments. Well designed Randomized Controlled Trials minimize systematic error through their design. Attrition Bias Attrition bias refers to systematic differences between groups in withdrawals from a study. Performance Bias https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bs_9vfatfL4 https://twitter.com/goris_serj https://www.facebook.com/UPhysioResearch/
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Running with Arthritis
 
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Brian is an ultra-marathon runner and yoga teacher from London, Ontario, Canada who has been living with Ankylosing Spondolitis for the last 6 years. It can be a real struggle to adapt to life with AS, but with patience, it is possible to live a healthy and active lifestyle, and even thrive. You can find out more about Ankylosing Spondolitis and other forms of Arthritis at http://arthritis.ca For more information on Plant-based diets and other nutritional science, check out NutritionFacts.org For one of the best Health and Wellness Podcasts, check out RichRoll.com For more about Brian and his blog, visit his website at www.mindfulnessrunning.com
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Examination of the Arthritic Hip.D.3bdo
 
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Examination of the Arthritic Hip
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Can Physical Therapy Help With Arthritis
 
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Physical therapy is important to the treatment of arthritis. A physician can educate and help you perform exercises that are best for you. Learn more about physical therapy and arthritis in this video. Transcript Physical therapy is an integral part of the treatment of arthritis. Depending upon the type of arthritis, once the physician feels that the patient can safely perform physical therapy exercise, the physical therapists will work with the patient to improve range of motion of the joint and strength of the muscles surrounding the joint. This can definitely improve a patient's ability to perform everyday tasks and also to perform certain sports and occupational activities. Occupational therapists also play a role in the treatment of patients with arthritis. One of the very important things that occupational therapists do for patients with arthritis is to help them work with their hands so that they have better range of motion in their fingers and their wrists and are better able to do the activities of daily life and the activities of their career without having pain or discomfort. An important thing that patients can do to help themselves is to maintain an open dialogue with their physician, their physical therapist or their occupational therapist to help them to know what activities they want to regain and what limitations they have. This way, the physical therapist, the occupational therapist and the physician can work together to help the patient to achieve their goals. HOST: Diane Horowitz, MD
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Active and passive ROM
 
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Hip Osteoarthritis
 
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Are you a runner or athlete who is struggling with hip pain? Do you have pain in your groin or thigh that radiates to your buttocks and flares up with vigorous activity? Or do you have stiffness in the hip joint with occasional “locking” of the joint and a grinding noise during movement? If so, you may have osteoarthritis or a possible precursor to what may cause osteoarthritis of the hip.  If you have already been diagnosed with hip osteoarthritis you may be taking anti-inflammatories and custom orthotics but are still experiencing pain. Unfortunately popping a pill and adding excessive cushion to your shoes will only provide a band aid to the pain and will NOT fix the source of what is causing your issue. Here is the good news; a diagnosis of hip osteoarthritis does not automatically mean a hip replacement is in your future. There is a way to prevent this pain from getting worse or even stopping it all together WITHOUT giving up running! Check out this clip to find out how. http://movement-rx.com
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Exercises for Osteoarthritis of the Hip with Dr. Melissa West
 
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http://www.melissawest.com This yoga video is designed for those with arthritis in their hips. Osteoarthritis is caused by degeneration of the joints; when the cartilage that covers the ends of the bones wears away, bone rubs against bone. Rheumatoid Arthritis is an autoimmune disease that attacks the synovial lining of the joints causing swelling and stiffness. This yoga video will focus on three main things. Firstly when we are in pain we tend towards shallow breathing. We will focus on deepening your breath so that oxygen can reach the inflamed areas. Secondly, we will focus on increasing the range of motion in the joints. Increasing the range of motion in the joints will help to reduce stiffness and increase synovial fluid. Thirdly we will strengthen and lengthen the surrounding areas. Creating stability and strength in the muscles around the joint provides support for the joint and improved ability to weight bear. Lengthening the muscles and soft tissues around the joints helps to create more space in the actual joints. Please check with your medical doctor and ask what exercises are appropriate for your particular condition and what precautions you should take.
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7 Lifestyle Tips to Manage and Prevent Osteoarthritis
 
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7 Lifestyle Tips to Manage and Prevent Osteoarthritis 1. Add Lots of Light Exercise It’s important to keep moving when you have a joint-limiting condition, or you risk losing more range of motion while adding to stiffness. Healthline suggests taking on “low-impact” exercises that still address improving your strength as well as aerobic training. One way to achieve this is by doing some exercises in a pool, which can dramatically lower the impact on your joints by supporting your weight. Water lets you move gracefully, but also provides enough resistance to get your blood pumping and your muscles toned. 2. Watch Your Weight Having additional mass on your body can put unnecessary strain on your knees, making your arthritis symptoms worse. The Arthritis Foundation has a wide range of suggestions for helping you take off some excess weight without extreme dieting. The foundation also lists the benefits of dropping some pounds if you’re suffering from arthritis, such as reducing pressure on your joints, easing inflammation (and associated pain), and cutting risk of developing other chronic diseases such as diabetes and even cancer. 3. Get Some Rest Your body – and your joints – could use a time-out once in a while, and Healthline explains it’s important to get adequate rest if you have osteoarthritis. Getting rest is also important in helping prevent the condition in the first place, giving your joints and muscles a chance to recover after activities. Your joints will tell you when they need a break, as they will become “swollen or achy,” it adds. Once you’ve reached this level of discomfort, try to avoid intense activity for at least 12-hours. “Letting an injured joint heal helps reduce the risk of developing OA there in the future,” it adds. 4. Monitor Your Blood Sugar What does sugar have to do with osteoarthritis? Well, according to the Arthritis Foundation, if glucose is running rampant in your system, it could increase the formation of molecules that contribute to stiffening of the joints. The source also notes there’s research that shows diabetes can boost the chances of developing OA, and diabetes can trigger “systemic inflammation that leads to cartilage loss” making the whole situation worse. You can also end up with Charcot joint (also known as neuropathic arthropathy) that causes joint deterioration from nerve damage associated with diabetes, adds the Mayo Clinic. 5. Change Your Diet HealthCommunities.com explains that what you’re eating could be leading to more pain associated with OA. Not only will improving your diet possibly help you lose some weight, which we already mentioned is important in cases of arthritis, but can also benefit your entire health picture. The source suggests eating more fish (presumably for the Omega-3 acids) while maintaining “moderate amounts” of lean meat. Switch your cooking oils to cold-pressed olive oil or flax oil, as this can help reduce inflammation from OA, it adds. You may also want to try some spicy foods (like chili peppers) that contain Capsaicin, a natural painkiller. If you can’t handle it hot, there are Capsaicin creams as well. 6. Cut Smoking and Drinking We know this is easier said than done, but the pain from OA can be made worse by alcohol, which may increase your urge to self-medicate. A post on the U.S. Library of Medicine outlines a study about the effect of chronic drinking on OA, noting it may increase development of the condition. The study involves groups of mice (alcohol-fed and controlled), with researchers measuring key indicators along the way (such as a drop in anti-inflammatory properties in the alcohol-fed group). The post claims it’s “the first evidence that chronic alcohol consumption may be a novel risk factor for the development of OA”. Meanwhile, as you should already know, smoking is bad for many reasons, one of them being that it suppresses the immune system. It’s also been linked to more severe cartilage loss and pain. 7. Stay Connected One pitfall people with OA can fall into is cutting themselves off from friends and family, and not getting the support they need. This can also limit how often you venture out to see friends and family, which won’t do any favors for improving your physical condition. WebMD notes joining a support group for OA can provide a great way to share your feelings about the condition, while continuing to do things you love and spending time with loved ones goes a long way in maintaining a positive outlook. “Focus on your abilities rather than your disabilities,” it notes. See Our Another Vedeos: 1. Signs and Symptoms of Fibromyalgia,....: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNrjXC3jMfI Subcribe my chanel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYWEoxZsBePnM-qQ3b5Ew9g?sub_confirmation=1
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7 Lifestyle Tips to Manage and Prevent Osteoarthritis
 
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7 Lifestyle Tips to Manage and Prevent Osteoarthritis 1. Add Lots of Light Exercise It’s important to keep moving when you have a joint-limiting condition, or you risk losing more range of motion while adding to stiffness. Healthline suggests taking on “low-impact” exercises that still address improving your strength as well as aerobic training. One way to achieve this is by doing some exercises in a pool, which can dramatically lower the impact on your joints by supporting your weight. Water lets you move gracefully, but also provides enough resistance to get your blood pumping and your muscles toned. 2. Watch Your Weight Having additional mass on your body can put unnecessary strain on your knees, making your arthritis symptoms worse. The Arthritis Foundation has a wide range of suggestions for helping you take off some excess weight without extreme dieting. The foundation also lists the benefits of dropping some pounds if you’re suffering from arthritis, such as reducing pressure on your joints, easing inflammation (and associated pain), and cutting risk of developing other chronic diseases such as diabetes and even cancer. 3. Get Some Rest Your body – and your joints – could use a time-out once in a while, and Healthline explains it’s important to get adequate rest if you have osteoarthritis. Getting rest is also important in helping prevent the condition in the first place, giving your joints and muscles a chance to recover after activities. Your joints will tell you when they need a break, as they will become “swollen or achy,” it adds. Once you’ve reached this level of discomfort, try to avoid intense activity for at least 12-hours. “Letting an injured joint heal helps reduce the risk of developing OA there in the future,” it adds. 4. Monitor Your Blood Sugar What does sugar have to do with osteoarthritis? Well, according to the Arthritis Foundation, if glucose is running rampant in your system, it could increase the formation of molecules that contribute to stiffening of the joints. The source also notes there’s research that shows diabetes can boost the chances of developing OA, and diabetes can trigger “systemic inflammation that leads to cartilage loss” making the whole situation worse. You can also end up with Charcot joint (also known as neuropathic arthropathy) that causes joint deterioration from nerve damage associated with diabetes, adds the Mayo Clinic. 5. Change Your Diet HealthCommunities.com explains that what you’re eating could be leading to more pain associated with OA. Not only will improving your diet possibly help you lose some weight, which we already mentioned is important in cases of arthritis, but can also benefit your entire health picture. The source suggests eating more fish (presumably for the Omega-3 acids) while maintaining “moderate amounts” of lean meat. Switch your cooking oils to cold-pressed olive oil or flax oil, as this can help reduce inflammation from OA, it adds. You may also want to try some spicy foods (like chili peppers) that contain Capsaicin, a natural painkiller. If you can’t handle it hot, there are Capsaicin creams as well. 6. Cut Smoking and Drinking We know this is easier said than done, but the pain from OA can be made worse by alcohol, which may increase your urge to self-medicate. A post on the U.S. Library of Medicine outlines a study about the effect of chronic drinking on OA, noting it may increase development of the condition. The study involves groups of mice (alcohol-fed and controlled), with researchers measuring key indicators along the way (such as a drop in anti-inflammatory properties in the alcohol-fed group). The post claims it’s “the first evidence that chronic alcohol consumption may be a novel risk factor for the development of OA”. Meanwhile, as you should already know, smoking is bad for many reasons, one of them being that it suppresses the immune system. It’s also been linked to more severe cartilage loss and pain. 7. Stay Connected One pitfall people with OA can fall into is cutting themselves off from friends and family, and not getting the support they need. This can also limit how often you venture out to see friends and family, which won’t do any favors for improving your physical condition. WebMD notes joining a support group for OA can provide a great way to share your feelings about the condition, while continuing to do things you love and spending time with loved ones goes a long way in maintaining a positive outlook. “Focus on your abilities rather than your disabilities,” it notes.
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PROM for Stifle
 
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A video demonstrating passive range of motion for the stifle (knee) of your pet. These easy flexion and extension exercises are great for senior pets, injured pets, healthy and even athletic pets. It helps increase the range of motion, increase the comfort of the joint, and helps decrease pain. Great exercise for arthritic joints!
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2 Years of Rotator Cuff Tears Pain Relieved Before Your Eyes (REAL RESULTS!!!)
 
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Find out how rotator cuff tear pain can be relieved very fast https://advancedsofttissuerelease.com/ ASTR Tools & Classes: https://shop.advancedsofttissuerelease.com/ocart2/index.php?route=common/home Find A Provider: https://advancedsofttissuerelease.com/astr-providers ASTR research studies: https://advancedsofttissuerelease.com/research Advanced Soft Tissue Release (ASTR) 2 Years of Rotator Cuff Tears Pain Relieved Before Your Eyes (REAL RESULTS!!!) George has been experiencing shoulder pain due to bilateral rotator cuff injuries for over two years. He has sought out several treatments including physical, massage, and chiropractic therapies to no avail. Now, he has flown from Indiana for an ASTR session with Dr. Jacobs. Prior to his session, George experienced a constant moderate pain of a 4/10 rating in both posterior aspects of his shoulders that increased to an intense pain of a 9/10 rating upon aggravation. His shoulder injuries also caused a limited range of motion coupled with increased pain levels upon movement. Following a quick 20 minute session, George's pain reduced to nearly nothing at a 1/10 rating and he saw a large increase in his pain free range of motion. ASTR website: https://astrinstitute.com ASTR website: https://advancedsofttissuerelease.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr._jacobs/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ASTRInstitute/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ASTR_Institute LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/josephjacobs/?trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile Shop: https://shop.advancedsofttissuerelease.com/ocart2/index.php?route=common/home https://www.reliantphysicaltherapy.com/ Disclaimer: Results may vary with each person and we cannot guarantee that you will experience the same results found in our testimonial and treatment videos. Each individual is different and one person’s success is not a guaranteed result. These products are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent any disease. This video is not intended to provide diagnosis, treatments, opinions, services or advice to any viewers. Through our social media, we introduce you to new ideas for treatment, intended to be researched and expand general knowledge. The content in any videos or social media posts can not be substituted for professional assistance. If you are concerned over a medical issue, please consult your healthcare provider, physician, or other medical professional. Dr. Joseph Jacobs and the ASTR institute are in no way responsible or liable for any actions, services or products acquired through this video or website.
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Zhu Scalp Acupuncture Arthritis Case Study
 
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ZSA Training scalp acupuncture.org artofacupuncture.com.au All videos filmed with informed consent Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/artofacupuncture Pain Case Studies:https://youtu.be/ebkCZl1lcVk FB: https://www.facebook.com/ArtOfAcupuncture insta: https://instagram.com/art_of_acupuncture More about Bob Wong: https://youtu.be/8J4R20TydXI
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Neck Pain Stretches & Exercises - Ask Doctor Jo
 
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Neck Pain Stretches & Exercises: http://www.AskDoctorJo.com Doctor Jo shows you some simple stretches for neck pain. Remember to be very careful with neck stretching exercises, and make sure you have a proper diagnosis from your doctor. Rotation, side bending, flexion, and extension stretching will help loosen your neck muscles. Also stretching your levator scapulae and trapezius muscles will help with some tension headaches. For more physical therapy videos or to Ask Doctor Jo a question, visit http://www.AskDoctorJo.com Doctor Jo on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AskDoctorJo Doctor Jo on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/AskDoctorJo More Details About This Video: If you are having some neck pain, stiffness, or tightness, check out this video for neck stretches. The neck muscles that are affected the most are your trapezius and levator scapulae muscles. People often describe neck pain as a crick in their neck. First start off with some gentle neck stretches by bringing your chin to your chest and then looking up towards the ceiling. This is neck flexion and extension. Next you are going to take your ear to your shoulder on each side. Make sure you are not shrugging your shoulders up. This is side bending. Then you are going to turn your head from side to side like you are looking over your shoulder. This is neck rotation. If that is not painful, then you can add some overpressure with your hands. Now place your hand under your thigh to keep your shoulder down, then side bend your head to the opposite side and gently put pressure with your other hand to get a stretch through your trapezius muscles. Hold these for 30 seconds and perform 3 times on each side. The final stretch is going to be for your levator scapulae muscle. This is the muscle that is used when you shrug your shoulders, and they can get overworked when you are stressed out. Take your arm on the side of the pain and place it above and behind your shoulder. Then take your opposite arm and place on top and slightly behind your head. Look down towards the opposite knee of the pain and apply gentle pressure for a good stretch. DISCLAIMER: Doctor Jo is a licensed Physical Therapist and Doctor of Physical Therapy, however, this video is only designed to help you perform the correct technique of exercises that have ALREADY been given to you by your health professional. They are NOT to take the place of going to your own doctor or therapist. There are many manual techniques that a therapist can do that simply can not be done on your own. Your own therapist will also ensure that you are doing correct techniques with your exercises and stretching. If these techniques aren't done right, they won't help, and they could make things worse. So, if you experience any pain while doing these techniques, STOP immediately and see your doctor.
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Shoulder flexion test you can do yourself: shoulder overhead position
 
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Free Exclusive Shoulder Tips: https://uprighthealth.com/shoulder-tips/ Want to test your shoulder flexion? Looking for a shoulder self-test? Want to check your overhead mobility? Matt demonstrates a quick shoulder self-test that gauges your ability to flex at the shoulder joint. This is a good test for overhead mobility AKA shoulder flexion. Restriction in this motion likely means you have lats and chest muscles that are not capable of allowing full range of motion. Referenced videos: Lat/shoulder stretch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHmdoCw3Gk4 Shoulder press variations https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRoyie8PhsA For a DIY program for retraining your shoulders: http://theshoulderfix.com Subscribe to the channel: http://bit.ly/uhytsub Become an Upright Insider for exclusive videos, fast-tracked member Q&As, and other perks: http://goo.gl/3lxczt ***Do It Yourself Exercise Programs *** http://uprighthealth.com/do-it-yourself-programs/ Facebook: http://facebook.com/uprighthealth Buy a T-shirt! http://uprighthealth.spreadshirt.com/ Movement Improvement Consulting, Orthopedic Massage and Personal Training in Redwood City, CA (San Francisco Bay Area) http://uprighthealth.com ---- Support us on Patreon! https://goo.gl/4EJiTi
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Work Your Body For Health - Exercise!
 
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Learn how exercise is necessary and vital for optimal health! Work your body for health-Exercise! The body is built to be healthy BUT you have to give it what it needs! Proper nutrition, proper form while exercising and an optimized nervous system. A vegetable based diet is a vital part of an optimized life! See Forks Over Knives and read The China Study. The crazy fad exercises like CrossFit are dangerous! They use momentum to push yourself way beyond the normal range of motion of the joints which is asking for injury. Learn a much safer and effective way to build muscle in this video. Subscribe to my channel at www.youtube.com/johnbchiro or become a member at www.Owners-Guide.com
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