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Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) – runner’s knee – is a common condition, specifically identified as the most common injury sustained by runners.1 It is best understood as non-specific anterior knee pain resulting from dysfunction in the mechanical forces between the patella and the femur.
The incidence of obesity has risen rapidly during the past several decades, and it has been accompanied by a likewise incidence of the increase in chronic pain and prescription opioid use. Combined, these two destructive epidemics may be contributing to a larger, less discussed public health crisis.
How to apply an osteopathic approach to plantar fasciitis.
As Performing Arts Medicine gains attention, specific pain care approaches are needed to prevent and treat related MSK injuries in instrumentalists, dancers, and other artists.
Addressing potential underlying causes of OIC may remove symptomatic roadblocks.
Manual therapy presents a non-pharmaceutical, non-invasive approach to treatment of head, neck, and facial pain, including headaches, by treating the cause(s) of pain and restoring mobility.
Learn how osteopathic manipulative treatment can be used for the effective treatment of low back pain.
Learn how a combination of acupressure and osteopathic manipulation effectively helps patients with lumbar disc herniation.
Osteopathic manipulation is useful as an adjunct to other treatments for acute and chronic pain and plays an important role in algorithms for back pain and other conditions that cause musculoskeletal pain.
Article provides an overview of osteopathic principles and practices to help patients manage pain.
Osteopathic manipulative medicine can be a useful tool in the diagnostic and therapeutic management of various mechanical low back disorders.
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