Category Archives: Repetitive Stress Disorders

Bodyquirk of the Month: Torticollis

This month’s bodyquirk is personal for me, because it’s something I have been suffering with. It’s called Torticollis  and it can be congenital, but most commonly it comes on spontaneously and will self-resolve after 4 to 6 weeks without treatment. … Continue reading

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Bent and Locked Fingers? Is it Dupuytren’s Contracture?

Last blog we talked about trigger finger but sometimes trigger finger can be confused with Dupuytren’s contracture and vice versa. Dupuytren’s (du-pwe-TRANZ) contracture (DC) is a condition that develops slowly affecting the connective tissue under the skin of the palm. … Continue reading

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Repetitive Motion: Trigger Finger on the Rise

Each week, it seems, we  run into themes when it comes to client complaints. Last week’s ailment of the week turned out to be Trigger Finger, a painful condition that can limit your ability to function and that western medicine … Continue reading

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