317 St. Francis Dr. Suite 350
Greenville, SC 29601


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Suite 350
Greenville, SC 29601
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Aches & Pains

Hypermobility and How to Manage It

Hypermobility and How to Manage It.

Hypermobility and How to Manage ItDo you have extra bendy fingers or joints that can stretch much further than other people’s? Perhaps you can bend over and place your hands flat on the floor with ease, while those around you struggle to get their fingertips to the floor. Maybe you’ve been told you’re double jointed, or you have a predisposition to sprains and strains. If so, you could well be hypermobile, which means your joints are more flexible than normal and you have weaker ligaments. The degree to which hypermobility affects your life will depend on its severity; some people are barely affected at all, while others find there is a significant impact on their quality of life.

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Prolotherapy Can Help Aches and Pains

Prolotherapy Can Help Aches and Pains

Prolotherapy can help aches and painsYou may not have heard of prolotherapy, but it could be the answer to your muscle, tendon, ligament and joint pain. Prolotherapy works by repairing, or more specifically re-growing the affected tissue – the name comes from the word “proliferate”, i.e. to grow. The treatment involves the injection of medication composed from natural compounds into the injured ligaments and tendons, stimulating the growth of new tissue and thus helping to heal the cause of the pain.

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The Weather And Musculoskeletal Pain

Can you forecast the rain with your pain? Does the weather affect your musculoskeletal pain? Chances are you have weather sensitive pain.Can You Forecast The Weather With Your Pain?

It’s the kind of thing you probably heard your grandparents say: “There’s rain coming, I can feel it in my joints.” It sounds like the kind of claim that can safely be filed under “Old Wives’ Tales”, but clinical studies of weather sensitive pain have shown that people with several chronic pain conditions are able to predict changes in the weather quite accurately.

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