Traveling for work may seem glamorous to some, but those whotravel for work know the aches and pains of calling the airport your ‘second office.’ Even traveling for pleasure can be a drag if you’re left hurting after a long trip. But don’t worry, there are plenty of ways to alleviate the pain of travel while still seeing the world.
[vc_row row_padd="no-padding"][vc_column][vc_column_text]This is a 30-year-old male with deep posterior shoulder pain, stiffness, and limited ROM following a football injury six months earlier. There are no signs of instability. The patient had limited response to conservative management.
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We have all experienced pain after a workout at one point or another. Whether it’s a stiff muscle, a sore joint, or an ache deep in your bones, workout pain can usually be fixed in a few easy steps without a lot of hassle. Here are six quick ways to relieve your workout pain.
The quadriceps are used in almost every movement we make. The active nature of the quadriceps muscles means that quad pain can be extremely debilitating. That’s why it’s important to understand the various types of quad injuries and how to avoid them.
This patient had been struggling with aches and pains for years. After she was fed up with losing sleep due to pain from nagging tennis elbow pain, she came to Airrosti. After just two visits with Airrosti's Dr. Rowland-Jones, she is now free of pain. Read her full story below!