Category Archives: Pain

Toe Pain

Pain felt in the toe can be due to a number of causes. The pain can be caused by injuries or abnormalities to any of the surrounding structures in the toe and feet such as skin, soft tissues, bones, blood vessels, and nerves. Toe pain can be a common symptom since our feet are exposed…
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How ANF Therapy Can Reduce Your Back Pain

Back pain is one of the most prevalent sources of distress worldwide. This is according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Back pain is usually around the neck, middle back, or lower back. This is due to the poor alignments of the muscles, discs, and bones. Such pain is often triggered by your sitting,…
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Knee Osteoarthritis

Treating Knee Osteoarthritis with ANF Therapy Pain, swelling and lack of range of motion are the main complaints of any kind of arthritis. It might affect any of your joints, but usually it develops on hands, hips, knees or on your vertebral spine. When the knees are affected by osteoarthritis, patients experience a negative impact…
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Do You Just Want Relief From Pain Or Do You Want To Actually Heal?

Been thinking a lot about health and recovery lately. Thought I'd share :) Do you just want relief from pain or do you want to actually heal? Most people including myself would love some relief. It's quick, and it's typically pretty easy. We can take a pill, or go and get some treatment. Although sometimes…
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Fibromyalgia, formerly known as fibrositis, is a chronic disorder associated with widespread pain all over the body, involving the muscles and bones, soft tissues, and ligaments. This common disorder affects about 2-4% of people and is accompanied by general fatigue, sleep, memory and mood issues. Symptoms are also considered subjected and there isn't a clear…
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Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis occurs when there is inflammation in your plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue located across the bottom of the foot, connecting the heel bone and toes. These tissues are the ones that support the arch of the foot and muscles and helps you walk. When there are stretched to their limit, tiny…
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