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Center for Musculoskeletal Function Dr. Daniel Yinh MS, DC, TPI, CEAS
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Patients can overcome the myths and stigmas about pain, and initiate appropriate care along with self-management strategies through improved education.
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Chronic pain does not only affect adults. An estimated 20% of children suffer with chronic pain. Patients can overcome the myths and stigmas of pain, and initiate appropriate care along with self-management strategies through improved community education.
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Without transforming the way we view pain and the strategies by which we address pain, it will continue to be "The Big Elephant In The Room".
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There’s truly a pain epidemic in America with over 100 million affected and exacting a cost of greater than $650 billion per year.
Here are a few important definitions:
1. Acute pain - is an expected physiologic experience to noxious stimuli that can become pathologic, is normally sudden in onset, time limited, and motivates behaviors to avoid actual or potential tissue injuries. (National Pain Strategy)
2. Chronic pain - is pain that occurs on at least half the days over six months or more. (National Pain Strategy)
3. High impact chronic pain - refers to pain associated with substantial restriction of participation in work, social, and self-care activities for six months or more (National Pain Strategy)
4. Biopsychosocial pain - refers to a problem or intervention that combines biological, psychological, and social elements or aspects. (National Pain Strategy)
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Since exercise has a global effect on collagen synthesis necessary for soft-tissue health, it would behoove everyone (young and old) to participate in regular exercise, if tendon health is your goal.
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I believe that in order to bulletproof our tendons we must apply the current science and how it may apply to you. If for example you’re a golfer, your upper extremity tendons are likely most at risk. Your plan may look as follows: http://bit.ly/BulletproofTendonsBlog
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Let’s take a quick look at the tendon’s composition...
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If the goal is to prevent tendon injury, we need to find that “Goldilocks Zone”, in which athletic performance and injury prevention meet, in order to make things juuuuust right!
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I was recently asked a very important question: How can we “bulletproof” our tendons?
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