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Why Choose Trigenics® for Shoulder & Knee Pain?

Trigenics® often works when all else has failed. While many current manual therapy techniques use a mechanical model for treatment protocol, Trigenics® uses a neurological model. It is well researched and agreed upon that the ultimate cause of neuromusculoskeletal pain (pain arising within the joints and muscles) is due largely in part to muscular imbalances [...]

Shoulder Arthritis Treatment

As a clinic that focuses on chronic moderate to severe shoulder pain, one of the most common questions we get is “what is the best shoulder arthritis treatment”. This is a really hard question to answer. In fact, as a clinic that has great success in treating severe shoulder pain, I could say that we [...]

Severe shoulder pain treatment

Severe shoulder pain can develop from an acute injury (e.g. fall) or can be one that you’ve had for a long period of time that has progressively gotten worse.  Either way, the impact that shoulder pain can have on one’s life can be dramatic. So today, I going to talk about severe shoulder pain treatment. [...]

Non surgical treatments for Knee and Shoulder Pain

Knee and shoulder pains generally have many causes but more often than not, degenerative changes will accompany chronic conditions. In fact, the damage that can occur within these joints can become so severe that people have to resort to prescription narcotic pain medication and then ultimately to surgical intervention.  However, there are better options and [...]

Non Surgical Treatment for Osteoarthritis Knee Pain

As a clinic that focuses on severe and chronic knee pain, we’ve seen patients at all stages of degeneration and the majority of people seek a non surgical treatment for osteoarthritis leg pain. I don’t blame them. As with any invasive procedure, there is always a risk of complications and sadly, these complications can lead [...]

How to treat shoulder impingement syndrome

Today I’m going to talk about how to treat shoulder impingement syndrome.  Shoulder impingement syndrome is a condition where the muscles above the shoulder joint becomes impinged between the ball and socket of the joint and the acromion process (i.e. the bone at the top of the shoulder joint). This impingement can occur due to [...]

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