How Does Ultrasound Work?

Posted by Imfeelinggood-admin on  September 10, 2020
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Ultrasound/Electro Therapy includes Ultrasonic waves which are sound waves of a high frequency that is not audible to the human ear. They are produced by means of mechanical vibration in the metal treatment head of the ultrasound machine. The treatment is then moved over the surface of the skin in the region of the injury transmitting the energy into the tissues. The results affect the Inflammatory and Repair Processes. The treatment is used specifically to

How to use Telehealth Physical Therapy

Posted by Matthew Root on  August 11, 2020
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What Is Telehealth Physical Therapy and How Is It of Use to You? If there are a few things that define what it is to be human, it should be the ability to invent, innovate and come up with new ways of doing things simpler, or better than how they were done before. This is especially true for the inventions and innovations that have come out of the last two centuries. The harnessing of electricity
Tips from Spennetta Family Care Chiropractic Cinic in Madison, WI to Manage and Prevent Arthritis Pain 15 January 2015 For years, arthritis, back pain and other chronic aches and pains were believed to be a natural part of aging. There were no available remedies to increase flexibility, mobility or a more active lifestyle. We thought that as you aged you simply endured normal aches and pains. Recently, research findings recognize that chiropractic medicine can relieve

Avoid Back Pain from Weight Lifting

Posted by Imfeelinggood-admin on  July 4, 2020
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We regularly see athletes come into our Spennetta Family Care Chiropractic Clinic with back pain after they have lifted weights at the gym. As an obvious first tip, your risk of injury is much greater when lifting heavy weights. When doing squats or dead lifts it’s a good idea to divide the weight that you are capable of lifting by 3. For example, if you can lift 100lb weights, cut back to 30 lbs. Then
Low back pain can flare up unexpectedly at any time or place. There are do-it-yourself suggestions that can be helpful, but many of these methods aren’t successful. Some home remedies can even be detrimental to your condition. Here are some tips to keep in mind when self-managing low back pain. Using ice and heat In many cases, people aren’t sure if ice or heat is better for their back. This choice can be very beneficial