November 27, 2019

Study: Physiotherapy and Chiropractic Care Can Help With Tinnitus

Tinnitus refers to ringing in the ears. Tinnitus is present in about 20% of the population, and is usually a symptom of an underlying condition. Some causes of tinnitus include: Hearing loss Exposure to loud noise Stress and anxiety Ear Infections Joint dysfunction For the last condition, dysfunction of the tempomandibular joint can cause tinnitus. For patients with this type of tinnitus there now be some hope for relief according […]
November 19, 2019

Study: 20% Of People Over Age 55 Have Foot/Ankle Pain

A recent study published in the Journal Of Foot And Ankle Research 2019 found that nearly 20% of people over the age of 55 suffered from foot and ankle pain. A detailed survey of 16,222 people over the age of 55 was conducted to examine the prevalence of joint pain. It was found that approximately 185 people out of every 1000 suffered from foot and ankle pain. Women and the […]
October 21, 2019

Study: Joint Mobilization Can Help With Arthritic Knee Pain

Download A Copy Of The Study Here Abstract Background Few studies have investigated the effects of mobilization with movement (MWM) in patients with knee osteoarthritis (OA) compared to other procedures. Sham procedures are generally more appropriate control than using no or usual treatments. Moreover, studies investigating the widespread hypoalgesic effects of MWM in patients with knee OA are lacking. The aim was to investigate the effect of MWM on function […]
September 1, 2019

GERD a Risk Factor for Temporomandibular Joint Disorders

GERD a Risk Factor for Temporomandibular Joint Disorders By Reuters Staff August 24, 2019 NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is associated with a nearly three-fold increased risk of temporomandibular disorders (TMD), according to a new case-control study. “We found that symptomatic GERD is associated with painful chronic TMD, and somatization, anxiety and undermined sleep mediate this association moderately,” Dr. Franklin R. Tay of The Dental College of Georgia […]
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