Laser Treatments for Sprains, Neuropathy, and Other Foot Problems
Hi, my name is Dr. Ibrahim Haro, and today I would like to talk to you about laser therapy. Here at Haro Podiatry and Laser Center, we have used laser treatments for the past few years to manage many ailments that our patients have come in for, from ankle sprains to heel pain to tendonitis to fractured bone to diabetic neuropathy that is painful. My name is Stacy, I'm a type two diabetic, I've had type two diabetes for the past fifteen years. Within the past few years, I've noticed I've had no feeling in my.
Lower legs and my feet, and I was diagnosed with diabetic neuropathy. I saw Dr. Haro's ad in the paper and I came here for his treatment, the laser treatment. After seven weeks of the laser treatment and a regime of supplements, I am feeling much better now. It was a good thing. It probably was the best thing I could have done, the laser therapy. It worked within a couple of days, over a couple of weeks of treatment. My foot feels great. It feels better than it's ever felt before. I always sat there and said, Is this laser treatment.
Really working But, once I actually took off the orthopedic shoe and got back into regular shoes, I realized how quickly it worked, how well it worked, and I'd recommend it to anyone. One of the main questions that many of my patients always ask me is, How does the laser therapy work That is the question that I would like to answer today. What I tell my patients is that the laser does three main things. One, it helps the blood to flow into the area that is damaged and painful. Once the blood gets into the area, the laser.
Helps the hemoglobin to release the oxygen that is needed for the area of the pain. Once the area receives the oxygen that it needs the laser helps the damaged cells to use the oxygen to produce the energy in the form of ATP Adenosine triphosphate that the cell needs to repair itself. Once the cells have the energy that they can use to repair themselves, then inflammation and pain start to resolve and the area returns to its normal, healed condition. If you suffer from any ankle sprains, tendonitis, heel pain, neuropathy pain, or any sort of pain in your ankles or in your feet, I invite.
When we originally began with you, we began treating for chronic low back pain, numbness, tingling, and burning in your feet and lower extremities. How have you done here in our office with the DRS Program and conservative chiropractic management and what was your overall experience here in our office Very good. It's very good I'm feeling a lot better and it works. Great, and you're happy with your care Yes I am. Well very good we're very glad to have you as a patient and we're very proud to help you deliver the results.
KT Tape Peroneal Tendonitis
This application is for peroneal tendonitis where the point of pain is commonly on the outside or lateral portion of the ankle. These are the tendons that help stabilize your ankle especially after ankle sprain and this is how we tape for it. Positioning for this application is to plantar flex or point your toes, and invert or turn the sole of your foot inward. For the first portion of this application you are going to take a strip of tape leaving it in an Istrip You are going to tear that tape, forming that anchor down by the logo.
Placing that logo on the inside of the heel and again there is no tension on that anchor in fact in this entire application there is no tension on the tape. Come around the underside of the heel, still having that foot in plantar flex and inverted position no tension on this tape, I am going just behind and you can go slightly over that lateral malleolus which is the outside ankle bone. And I am going to lay that tape down as I go, and follow right up along that area of soreness, which is on those tendons.
And then go ahead and lay that tape down with a little friction. I usually like using that paper For the second portion we will take another I strip and again tearing down by the logo to form that anchor point trying not to touch the tape itself. And where I am going to have you place this is just below or back from the 5th toe, little toe or pinkie toe, and rub that anchor on well. And what we are going to do is go ahead and peel that paper off, keeping that foot in plantar flexed.
Eva Feldman, MD Tutorial Profile
Gtgt Dr. Eva Feldman So when I completed college I had the dilemma whether I wanted to go straight into medical school or whether I also wanted to do research because when I was in college, I got very excited about the brain and had, again a professor who told me that he felt that in the next century all the major advances in medicine and in research we're going to be in the nervous system particularly in the brain. So when I finished college, I decided oh maybe I'll get a PhD and a M.D.
And so I started my graduate studies first and I began in a neuroscience program at the University of Michigan. Fell in love with the brain completely and when I started medical school there was no doubt from the very first day in medical school, I said I was going to be a neurologist and I loved every day of it. One of my passions as a neurologist is also to be a neuroscientist. So I'm very privileged to have a fairly large laboratory that I work in with about 30 young people who do research with me.
And we've become very interested over the last 5 years in using stem cells in regenerative medicine particularly in neurodegenerative diseases in neurology. Lou Gehrig's disease is one passion that we have. We're also interested in Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and Huntington's disease. So from our basic findings in the laboratory of how stem cells can promote nerve regeneration and protect nerve cells from dying, we've actually begun a clinical trial using stem cells in patients with Lou Gehrig's disease. So it's very exciting because what I do in my basic science laboratory I can then transition.
Over to my clinical practice and ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease is one of the disorders that I am familiar with and I take care of hundreds of patients with that disorder. And so I'm able to serve as a bridge from the basic science to the clinic. I can go to the clinic and tell my patients what I've learned in my basic science laboratory. I can go back and tell my basic scientists what my patients have taught us and they teach us so much. And so stem cells is one of the major avenues I see translating in the near future.
Knee pain neuropathic knee pain
Hot off the press news about knee arthritis from Madrid not all knee pain comes from the knee Neuropathic pain features common in knee OA Lucy Piper writing in Medwire News reported enough patients with knee osteoarthritis OA experience pain with neuropathic characteristics to warrant attempts to diagnose and classify these features, say researchers. They found that among 2176 patients with OA, a third scored positively for neuropathic pain on the Douler Neuropathique DN4 questionnaire, after patients with reasons other than OA for such pain had been excluded. Analysis showed that three of these potential confounders conditions other than OA that.
Cause changes in cutaneous sensory perceptions on the knee, or cause abnormal sensations over the area of the knee, and referred back or hip pain were highly specific for neuropathic pain, but less sensitive than the DN4. When these factors are absent, the presence of neuropathic pain is unlikely, yet the DN4 can sense additional neuropathic features in some patients, explain the researchers, led by ngel Oteolvaro Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Maran, Madrid, Spain. Further confirmation and classification of these additional features could reveal links between neuropathophysiology and signs and symptoms of the condition, they note.
Pain in the Big Toe after Running Healed by Laser Therapy
Hi, my name is Dr. Ibrahim Haro and I am with one of my patients, Brett, who came in to see us for a foot pain condition. Brett, can you tell me what brought you into the office Well, several months ago, I was running and I tripped and fell, and caused some pain in my toe. After that, I just kept working out, exercising, and it got worse, and I finally went in, got an xray, and that's when I found that I had broken some bones in the toe. I decided to come in and finally get it treated, because I was walking around with.
Pain and limping. How long was the pain going on before you came in Probably about six months. Six months or longer. Wow, ok. So you came in and we confirmed the diagnosis that you did have a broken, what we call a sesamoid, little bone underneath your big toe. We decided to do laser treatment for you. Can you talk to me about that How do you feel about it How did it come along Well, initially, when Dr. Haro approached me with the laser therapy, I was a little.
Apprehensive. I'd asked him if there were other treatment options, but ultimately I agreed. It probably was the best thing I could have done. The laser therapy, it worked within a couple of days over a couple of weeks of treatment. My foot feels great. It feels better than it's ever felt before. I always sat there and said, Is this laser treatment really working But, once I actually took off the orthopedic shoe, and got back into regular shoes, I realized how quickly it worked, how well it worked, and I'd recommend it.
HyProCure Effective Treatment for Flat Feet
Hi this is Dr. Silvester and I'm going to interview a patient and her mother who had the HyProCure procedure about a year ago. They've been nice enough to come in and see me, and her foot is walking and watching her foot it's nice and straight, she isn't flatfooted anymore. She's functioning really well. More importantly, I was going to ask her about how her recovery of this procedure was. Where did you have the procedure done Here! Here in the office, right You had the shots, it kind of hurt you a little bit.
Just a little bit. Not too bad Ok. How long did it take you to start feeling pretty good with your feet Tell me about your postoperative experience. You had both of them done so you went through it twice. After three months I started feeling better. Ok it took about three months to feel when did you start doing sports again Two months after. Two months after Two or three months The first procedure was a little harder on her. Yes. Why was that Well, she first of all, she had never gone through surgery, and then also, as far as.
A parent, seeing her go through that and then the cast and having to go to school and having, just a little bit of everything. How long did she stay out of school She was out of school for maybe about a week Two weeks. Two weeks with each surgery Yes. Alright, and so it's a little hard to go back to school, and that's probably true! I don't think that's unusual. You were in a cast for a couple of weeks, and then you got into a CAM walker velcro cast. Now you're a year out, and how do you feel.
Better! Better than what What can you do now with your feet Run more, walk more, play more sports better. So you're able to do things you weren't able to do before the surgery. Your feet are working better. What did you like about the surgery, mom The fact that it was done here in the office and we didn't have to go to the hospital and all that. That was awesome. Yeah, and it saves a lot of money too, right Yes. It's a really minimally invasive surgery. Maybe we should show them the scar on your.
Feet, what do you think Would that be okay Sure. The scar is right there, if you look at that little scar. Let's have a look at the other one. So there's the other one, right there. They're just little, tiny scars. Do the scars bother you at all No. Ok, great! That's it! I just wanted a realistic evaluation of what the recovery from that kind of procedure was. Would you recommend it to your friends, if they had the same problem that you had Yes. Absolutely. Great thank you!.
Sciatica Leg Pain Relief
Rtf1ansiansicpg1252deff0deflang2057fonttblf0fnilfcharset0 Arialf1fnilfcharset0 Calibri generator Msftedit 188.8.131.529viewkind4uc1pardsa200sl276slmult1qjlang9fs36 Hi, I'm Paula Moore The Chiropractor and I'm going to show you a sciatica leg pain relief exercise. It should be know that the majority of people who come to see me as patients who have been diagnosed with sciatica, don't have true sciatica. They do have leg pain that is mimicking sciatica. In other words, it is running through the buttocks and down the thight, right down to the ankle but it stems from a different place. It's not the sciatic nerve. It is from a tight muscle in the buttocks,.
Known as the piriformis muscle. It clamps down over the sciatic nerve giving you sciaticlike symtoms. par You chiropractor can tell the difference between these two. True sciatica and a piriformis muscle problem. I'm going to show you a stretch to get rid of the piriformis muscle problem and the resultant leg pain. If you do this stretch and notice your leg pain starting to decrease, you probably didn't have true sciatica and that's great, because sciatica is harder to treat. par So you want to sit fairly close to the wall and swing your legs up so your heels touch.
The wall. If you leg pain is on the left, then take your left ankle and place it over your left knee. Now some of you might find that this position is already very difficult to get into because your piriformis muscle has become very tight. If you want to increase the stretch, shuffle up closer to the wall with your buttocks. If you want to deepen the stretch yet again, slide your right foot down the wall so that your knee is bent. You can increase the stretch by gently bringing the left knee toward your opposite shoulder. That is the.
Action Seminar Copy Court How to Engage Your Visitors
Remember when I talked about people use Google to search for problems So, they have this problem. When they arrive at your site, you are assuming a certain level of intelligence that they don't have. People have to be told what to do. Come here and give me your email address and I will tell you 7 things your doctor won't tell you about your neuropathy. Get their email address. In 3 minutes you will know more about neuropathy than all of your friends and even some of the doctors you know.
6 things that you can pick up in your local grocery store that will relieve neuropathy pain. The 3 fruits no one told you about that eliminate neuropathy. The bottom line here is that you cannot bring people to the front page of your site and assume they are going to know what to do. OK. They'll just you know, it is like the Bill Cosby story about the kids in the shower and the wife says now, remember to use water and soap , because otherwise they will just wander around in there all day.
OK. So, when they come to your site, if you do not stand there and direct traffic, they are just going to wander around. Because they are looking for a very specific thing when they come to your site, the counter starts and they go up to 5 or 6 on the seconds scale, and if they don't find it, they are gone. So. Neuropathy is a great topic, if you have answers. But, you need to have a really good path for them to follow. OK If you are doing.
A blog format you can have a sticky post at the top, that will say Hey, welcome to our site about Neuropathy. We have a lot of information here that is going to help you solve your problem once and for all. Here are the sections that you are probably going to want to check out. Don't forget to get onto our email list because every week we keep you up to date with the news that has come out in the last week. Our top post, about what your doctor.
Doesn't tell you about your Neuropathy is right below here. Read it and let us know what you think. Also, in a lot of sites like this, you can almost always break it down into 3 categories right off the bat. Were you just diagnosed with Neuropathy Read this now. Are you suffering from Neuropathy, or do you think you are suffering from Neuropathy that has not been diagnosed yet Go here now, read that. I guess the third would be Are you not satisfied with the care you are getting or have been getting from.
Sciatica and Leg Pain ReliefLife Mission Chiropractic
The origin of the Sciatic nerve is at the lower spine, when There is an alteration of the lower spine intervertebral disc Or if there is a misalignment of the lower spinal vertebra it Can cause inflammation and swelling around the pain sensitive Structures affecting the sciatic nerve. This can cause pain All the way down the back of the leg into the foot. Sciatic pain Can sometimes be quite extreme and debilitating. When you suffer from Sciatica, some will notice Buttock pain and Leg pain in the back of the leg that sometimes runs past the knee.
It may be sharp, shooting, achy, dull or burning, and can be Constant or on and off intermittent. Sometimes certain positions or Movements seem to bring the pain on and make it worse. Sciatica may Interfere with a good nights sleep, and may interfere with other Activities of life during the day. The good news is that chiropractic care has been helping people who Suffer with sciatica for over 100 years and I've personally helped People with Sciatica for over 27 years. Gentle, Safe and effective Chiropractic spinal adjustments along with individualized rehabilitative.
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