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Tag: Knee Pain

What Is Dry Needling?

Date: November 21, 2016

If you suffer from chronic pain, dry needling may be an effective solution. Though comparable to acupuncture in the sense that needles are inserted into to the body to provide pain relief, dry needling is based on proven western medicine and modern scientific study of the nervous system and musculoskeletal system. For many patients suffering from chronic pain, dry needling is a very effective treatment option that provides pain relief while easing muscle tension. At [Read More...]

Stem Cell Knee Repair: An Alternative to Knee Replacement?

Date: September 12, 2016

Each day, countless patients receive the troubling news that they need to undergo knee replacement surgery to repair the damage of arthritis. Knee replacement surgery is common, but risky. For patients who are looking to avoid surgery, a handful of facilities – including your local physical therapist Denver – offer an experimental alternative known as stem cell therapy. Stem cell knee repair treatments have provided substantial relief to countless patients without the need for invasive surgical procedures. [Read More...]

How to Avoid the Heart Attack Risk Associated with Knee and Hip Replacement

Date: August 15, 2016

Doctors often advise patients with chronic knee or hip pain to undergo knee or hip replacement surgery, despite the risks associated with these procedures. The risk of suffering a heart attack soars in the first month following hip and knee replacement, and there is a significant risk for other serious complications, including infection and numerous other problems. If you’ve been told that you need a knee or hip replacement, stem cell therapy could be an [Read More...]

How is Knee Pain Diagnosed?

Date: May 2, 2016

Most people have felt knee pain. Whether if it is because of arthritis, too much foot pronation or over usage of muscles that safeguard the knee, our knees takes a beating. How is Knee Pain Diagnosed? Your Denver physical therapist can assess and diagnose your problem based on your medical history, symptoms, and complete examination. MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) and X-ray results can also be used in completing the diagnosis. To aid in the diagnosis of [Read More...]

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