Browsing Tag

hand pain

Wellness, general


Mary Welling has been over enjoying the Christmas Holidays. It happens! We enjoy and enjoy all the goodies, the large meals and especially the great variety of lamb, beef, chicken, duck and seafood. The stomach expressed its moments of disturbances but self resolved rather quickly. But to Mary’s surprise she began to develop right knee and left big toe pains. The great toe was especially painful after visiting the malls and after walking back home from Sunday church. If you liked this post, say…

Continue Reading

Chiropractic Wellness, general

Wrist Tendonitis: Self Treatment

Wrist Pain Tendonitis

Martha has been complaining that her wrists hurt and that her hands were often numb. The orthopedic surgeon diagnosed a Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and prescribed wrist surgery. CTS is perhaps one of the more common misdiagnosed arm conditions. The symptoms are very similar to Wrist Tendonitis and differential diagnosis is not too difficult. Certainly patients frequently misdiagnose their own problem and unfortunately so do their doctors, perhaps this happens because testing for tendonitis requires familiarity with soft tissue conditions, not very well taught in…

Continue Reading