Pain – 3 Articles

New Understanding of Chronic Pain Jan. 23, 2012 — Millions of people worldwide suffer from a type of chronic pain called neuropathic pain, which is triggered by nerve damage. Precisely how this pain persists has been a mystery, and current treatments are largely ineffective. But a team led by scientists from The Scripps Research Institute, …

Torn Knee (and Other) Ligaments – Overview of Injury and Recovery

Ligament Structure, Injury, and Recovery for Your Dog or Cat or Other Pets- Former title: Stifle (Knee) Ligament Ruptures (Torn ACL, CCL) Information Overview and Ligament Injury Recovery. Prologue – This is a piece I wrote as an overview of torn knee ligament originally in 2007 for a client of Dr. Dennis Sundbeck, DVM, owner and …

4 Month Old Pup Too Active After Spay

Q & A – Is your spayed pup active? Your newly altered pup bouncing off the walls? The following question came from a long-time client who occasionally texts to me. My response was given while I was on the road, voice texting concise answers back to her. After our text exchange, below, I’ll give a …

More Than Half of All ACL Reconstructions Could Be Avoided, Five-Year Follow-Up Study Shows

Another Human-Based Study, and I’ve Been Proving This in Canine Cases For Over 10 Years- From RehabDeb: This report is from human medical research, however Colorado State University has since conducted some animal studies. I would love to conduct studies with advanced exercise physiology protocol that I have been using for over 20 years even …