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Iliotibial band (IT band) Attachment

The iliotibial band is in the news as a popular and common running injury. Doctors, physical therapists, chiropractors, and shoe stores are quick to diagnose IT band syndrome, but most do not properly describe the IT bands insertion on the tibia. Explaining the anatomy of the fascia, tendon, femur, and[…]


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Carpal Tunnel Treatment Options

Carpal tunnel pain and paresthesias occur in 2.7.% of the adult population. The numbness, tingling, and sensations occur in the hand along the thumb, index fingers.  Many people are well aware of the initial symptoms that begin to occur during the middle night when a person is sleeping. The sensation[…]


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Teres Minor Injuries Cause Pain on the Back of the Shoulder

The Forgotten Rotator Cuff Muscle Ben Benjamin PhD wrote a recent article on teres minor, which is a shoulder muscle. The rotator cuff is made up of four muscles that control the majority of our movement. These other muscles include the infraspinatus, supraspinatus, and subscapularis muscle. These muscles are aided[…]


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Can Orthotics Help Foot Pain?

Orthotics can be a valuable tool for your foot, knee, and back pain. Many people have been prescribed orthotics for their plantar fascitis, Achilles tendinitis, sacroiliac, and lumbosacral pain. Orthotics help by stabilizing the arch of the foot to aid with the structural alignment.  A proper foot arch is key[…]


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Activator Technique is the Gentlest Adjustment in Sioux City

  Joints need to move to be healthy.  Chiropractors have been helping joints move for a hundred years.  Many people are familiar with the “cracking and popping” type of adjustments, but there are many other types of treatments. Activator Technique and Impulse Adjusting Technique utilize a specialized tool to “tap”[…]


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