Blog Posts in October, 2013

  • Torticollis

    Torticollis means "twisted neck" in Latin. When it occurs in newborns- whether due to positioning in the womb, after a difficult childbirth or other factors- it is called infant torticollis or congenital muscular torticollis (CMT). Usually, there is no pain with CMT; however, treatment is crucial in order to avoid motor development delays, postural deficits or craniofacial deformities. Note: There ...
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  • The Graston Technique: What is it and how is it used in our clinic?

    While some doctors/patients have heard of the Graston Technique® (GT), some have not. With that in mind, the following explains what is and how it is used at our clinic. Scar tissue is a normal response to trauma and part of the healing process, however, the excessive amount associated with injuries, surgeries, and other conditions can lead to a variety of complications ranging from pain, limited ...
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