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What do MRI findings mean for low back pain?

A systematic review conducted in 2015 looked at how common MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) findings, such as disc degeneration or bulging disc, were in people without low back pain.

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De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis aka Texting Thumb

“Texting thumb”, medically called De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis, earned its name as it is a painful inflammatory condition that arises from repetitive movements of the thumb.

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Tennis Elbow

Whether or not you have a background in health, you’ve likely heard of the “Tennis Elbow” before. It is the most common cause of elbow pain in the adult population, afflicting up to 3% of people at any point in time. However, despite the name, only 5% of those with “Tennis elbow” develop pain as a consequence of tennis1. So what is “Tennis Elbow” and how do we fix it?

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Whiplash

The impact of a whiplash event can cause bony and/or soft tissue injury to the structures neck, with symptoms and severity varying widely between individuals.

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