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  • Pain Treatment-Shoulder Pain

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    Anatomy of the shoulder Shoulder pain can restrict activities you love easily. Teaching your son or grandson how to play catch almost seems impossible with the daily grind of shoulder pain. A lot of people choose to have surgery on their shoulders spend thousands of dollars in the process. Sometimes it surgery doesn’t even work and they are back to square one. However, there are many things you can do to keep from injuring your shoulder, or if it’s an unavoidable accident there ways to keep that pain at a minimum level. The humerus, glenoid, scapula, acromion, clavicle and surrounding...

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  • Pain Treatment-Leg Pain

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    Anatomy of the leg Leg pain can stem from either one or several of the many traumatic or non-traumatic incidents that bring about inflammation of the tissues the affects the bones, skin, your muscles, joints, tendons, blood vessels, ligament, and skin. Sometimes a back disorder may be the reason you experience pain in the legs. The skeletal structure that makes up the anatomy of the leg consists of two primary bones, the thigh bone (femur) and the tibia, and includes the fibula, while the bones of the feet and toes are quite small. The major joints of the leg are...

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  • Muscle Recovery

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    Using pain relieving and muscle recovery technology, HealthmateForever TENS Therapy Units are vital to keeping muscles healthy and happy.    TENS Therapy Unit combines Ancient Traditional Chinese Medicine with modern day science to bring you the most effective pain management and muscle stimulation.    TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) works by sending impulses through underlying fibers within the muscles. This inhibits pain receptors from reaching the brain and instead releases endorphins, a natural analgesic.    Through these pulses, your muscles are pushing and pulling opening blood capillaries to increase blood flow, not only strengthening them but allowing a more efficient...

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