Dermatomes Upper Limb
Dermatomes: A dermatome is an area of skin which is chiefly supplied by a single spinal nerve. There are 8 cervical nerves (C1 denoting an anomaly with no dermatome), 12 thoracic nerves(T1-T12), 5 lumbar nerves(L1-L5) and 5 sacral nerves(S1-S5). Each of these nerves relays sensation (including pain) from a particular region of skin to the […]
Types of Knee Pain: Anterior, Posterior, Medial & Lateral Knee Pain
Experiencing knee pain? Find out about the different types of knee pain and how they can be treated.
Basics of Chiropractic Care
Chiropractic is the natural treatment and prevention of any common health issues from allergies to vision problems through adjustment of the spine which helps the nervous system function properly. Adjusting the spine allows the chiropractor to...
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Chiropractic, Back Pain, and the Nerve System – A Philosophy of Health
Patients and the public often think of Chiropractic as a “back pain” thing. Not so. The first Chiropractic patient was deaf and had no back pain. After being adjusted his hearing return…
Rotatores, Interspinales and Intertransversarii
Integrated functional anatomy of the transversospinalis muscles - Attachments, neural innervation, palpation, course, actions, integrated function, arthrokinematics, fascial integration, behavior in postural dysfunction, clinical implications, triggerpoint referral pattern and interventions.
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Prevalence of Gluteus Medius Weakness with Nonspecific Low Back Pain
This 2015 study by U.S. researchers demonstrates that chronic non-specific LBP was most strongly correlated with ipsilateral gluteus medius weakness and gluteal tenderness, and also correlated with ipsilateral erector and trochantric tenderness and greater strength of the contralateral tensor fascia latae.
What is a Trigger Point and Why it Causes Pain
Many people suffer from “muscle knots” that can produce pain locally or in a referral pattern to another spot on the body away from the actual site of the “muscle knot”. These hard spots in the mus…
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