Tag: CTS

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Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS)

Eliminating nerve irritation is a major part of my St George UT chiropractic practice. One of the more common nerve complaints, which has been successfully treated using safe, effective chiropractic protocols, is Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, also known as TOS. As the nerves leave the neck and enter the upper arm, there are a few places […]

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Carpal Tunnel and Chiropractic

Imagine you are driving down the 4 lane highway during rush hour at 65 mph and suddenly the 4 lanes of traffic turn into 1 lane. All those cars must merge into that one crowded lane. There will be a lot of congestion, exhaust fumes, and overheated tempers. This is what happens in your wrist […]

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Radicular Nerve Pain

When nerves get irritated or pinched, those nerves can radiate pain.  The pain can be felt far from the source of pain.  A nerve can be pinched as it exits the spine, and the pain can be felt down the arm and into the hand.  This process is called Radicular Nerve Pain.  A good St […]

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Peripheral Nerve Entrapments of the Arm

One very common injury seen in our St George chiropractic office is peripheral nerve entrapment syndrome. Often, the nerve entrapment begins as a low grade injury. But if left uncorrected, the injury can turn permanent. Symptoms of nerve entrapment include pain, numbness, tingling, and loss of function.  Most nerve entrapment syndromes have predictable pain patterns.  […]

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Motorcycle Riding Posture

To avoid pain in your neck, arms, and back during your motorcycle ride, it is important to have proper body posture.  As a chiropractor in St George UT, I get to ride my motorcycle to work almost year around, and I am concerned about fellow riders and their posture. Three Basic Postures There are three […]

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