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28 Jan Case Study: Frozen Shoulder Success

Disclaimer: The pathologies “adhesion” and “scar tissue” are used interchangeably here in our discussion of frozen shoulder.  In medical terms, the only difference between the two is that an “adhesion” implies connective tissue build up without trauma while “scar tissue” implies with trauma.   I’ve already...

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19 Jan The Truth About Plantar Fasciitis (and Arch Pain)

Does the bottom of your foot hurt? Then you may have plantar fasciosis.  (Notice I didn't say plantar fasciitis.) Why It’s Not "Plantar Fasciitis" The “-itis” ending for tendonitis or fasciitis implies “inflammation.” Plantar fasciitis is usually diagnosed under two conditions: Location – plantar foot (usually at the calcaneus attachment point). ...

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