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The Solution for Your Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Apr 1st, 2021

Carpal tunnel syndrome is one of the most common nerve disorders, affecting 4-10 million Americans. The symptoms range from mild tingling and numbness in the wrist and fingers, to severe pain and loss of hand mobility and function. There are several factors that can contribute to your risk of developing...

How Obesity Can Cause Sciatica Mar 1st, 2021

Obesity is an ongoing problem in the United States for both adults and children. In fact, more than 40% of American adults are obese, and over 13 million children and teenagers (18%) are struggling with obesity.  Along with the added health risks — such as an increased risk of diabetes,...

The Benefits of PRP Injections Feb 1st, 2021

If you’re one of the millions of Americans suffering from joint pain due to arthritis or have suffered a sports or work-related injury that is interfering with your mobility and quality of life, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections may provide relief.  Everyone from world-class elite athletes to regular people have used...

What to Expect at Your DOT Exam Jan 1st, 2021

A Department of Transportation (DOT) exam consists of a comprehensive physical exam to ensure that you are eligible and meet all of the fitness requirements you need to safely perform your job. There are several components to the exam, which also includes a medical history.  At New Hampshire Regenerative Center,...

Telehealth: The Advantages of Telemedicine Dec 23rd, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered dramatic changes throughout everyday life — and in the medical community as well. Not only are providers across the country postponing elective procedures, but many are also encouraging people to avoid in-office appointments to reduce their risk of exposure to this highly contagious coronavirus.But what...

Chronic Tension Headaches: How Trigger Point Injections Can Help Dec 1st, 2020

Tension headaches are very common. In fact, as many as 80% of Americans experience one at some point. While most people have these headaches from time to time, chronic tension headaches can linger for weeks or even months.  Depending on the severity and underlying causes, tension headaches can be debilitating...

Can Myofascial Release Relieve Back Pain? Nov 2nd, 2020

Millions of Americans are living with some form of back pain, or can expect to experience it at some point in the future. Back pain is one of the most common medical problems in the United States, affecting 8 of 10 people over the course of their lifetime.  In addition...

5 Healthy Eating Habits to Cultivate Before the Holiday Season Oct 4th, 2020

If you get stressed or anxious just at the thought of the holiday season and what it will do to your diet and waist line, you’re not alone. Weight gain is one of the main causes of stress and anxiety around holiday eating habits, but developing healthy eating habits now...

Benefits of Soft Tissue Massage Sep 6th, 2020

Massage therapy has been around for thousands of years and can be traced back to the origins of medicine in ancient societies including China, Egypt, and Greece.  In modern times, you might indulge in a massage from time to time as a form of self-care and pampering, but therapeutic massage...

Mesenchymal Stem Cell Therapy: A Boon For Sufferers of Chronic Back Pain Aug 17th, 2020

  Chronic back pain is the most common cause of disability in adults younger than 45!  If you deal with the agony of chronic pain, there’s new hope for relief — Allograft Therapy, a regenerative treatment that naturally diminishes pain! Regenerative medicine focuses on using your body’s natural healing ability...

How Can Dry Needling Treat My Tennis Elbow? Aug 11th, 2020

Tennis elbow affects people of all ages, although it tends to be more common in adults ages 30-50. Despite the name, anyone can develop tennis elbow whether you play tennis or not.  Because tennis elbow is a repetitive motion injury, you can be vulnerable to it just by spending hours...

Here’s Why Cupping Has Become So Popular Jul 27th, 2020

Like acupuncture, the practice of cupping has been around for centuries and has been traced back to China.  Many Eastern medicine practices have gained acceptance in the United States and other Western countries, and are often combined to help with pain, inflammation, weight loss, and stress relief, among other things. ...

Talk to the Doc! Jul 21st, 2020

Are you in pain? Do you have Hip, Shoulder, Back or Knee pain that's holding you back from the activities you enjoy? The team at New Hampshire Regenerative Center is ready to help with our interactive approach to determine a customized solution to your health concerns.  Just call our office...

Why You Should Consider Adding Theraputic Massages to Your Wellness Routine Jun 11th, 2020

You might think of massage therapy as a luxury treatment and occasional splurge, something you do once in a while to pamper yourself or to find relief during a particularly stressful time. But regular therapeutic massage therapy can do much more than offer temporary relief from a stressful week at...

Signs Your Joint Pain Might Be Serious May 13th, 2020

Arthritis-related joint pain affects millions of Americans. More than 50 million Americans (approximately 1 in 4) suffer from some form of arthritis. But arthritis is just one of the conditions that can cause problems for your joints.  While an occasional bout of joint pain and stiffness is usually not serious...

6 Incredible Benefits of Naturopathic Medicine Apr 9th, 2020

Doctors have been practicing some form of naturopathic medicine for over 100 years in North America, but naturopathy is much older and widely practiced in European countries like Germany well before it was imported to the United States at the dawn of the 20th century.  Also known as “nature doctors,”...

Natural Approaches to Arthritis Pain Relief Mar 1st, 2020

Arthritis pain and joint stiffness is a growing problem. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), arthritis affects over 20% of American adults (54 million) and is the leading cause of workplace disability claims.  The medical costs for arthritis-related treatment are over $140 billion per year. In...

Nonsurgical Solutions for Hip Pain Feb 1st, 2020

If you have hip pain, you’re not alone; hip pain is a common problem, especially as you age. Over 30 million American adults suffer from osteoarthritis alone, which is a common cause of hip pain, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  Like most forms of pain,...

You Don't Have to Suffer From Tension Headaches: Trigger Point Injections Can Help Jan 1st, 2020

Are tension headaches keeping you from enjoying life? Luckily, there are techniques to leave you headache-free. At New Hampshire Regenerative Center, we take pride in providing effective treatments to many of our patients who are suffering from tension headaches. One of our most successful forms of treatment is called a...

Did You Know You Can Use Your FSA To Pay for Stem Cell Therapy, Trigger Point Injections, and PRP? Dec 1st, 2019

Do you have aches and pains from an old injury or disease? Or perhaps you have a recent injury or condition that is giving you trouble. If so, you may be able to benefit from regenerative therapy, an advanced field of medicine that aims to restore the structure and functionality...

When to See a Doctor About Shoulder Pain Nov 1st, 2019

Your shoulder hurts after that workout. Or maybe it was painting the room over the weekend and holding your arm up to paint the trim. If your shoulder hurts from overuse, the muscles and tendons may simply need time to recover. Give it a rest. Use ice packs for 20...

Coping With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in an Office Job Oct 1st, 2019

If you have carpal tunnel syndrome, you’re not alone. This common condition affects about one in 20 adults, a figure that represents about 3% to 6% of the U.S. population. You’re at an increased risk for developing carpal tunnel syndrome if you’re overweight or have a disease that results in...

PRP Therapy: A Game Changer in Pain Management Sep 1st, 2019

Every year, medical developments create new and effective treatments for pain management. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections are one of the newest treatment options available, and have proved to be a game changer for many patients with chronic or acute pain. The injections are formulated from your own blood, enriched by...

How Your Shoes Affect Your Risk of Knee Pain Aug 6th, 2019

As the largest joint in your body, your knee plays an important role in helping you live a normal lifestyle. A healthy knee allows full range of leg movement and normal walking, running, jumping, and turning. With every step, your knee absorbs two to four times your body weight.  Knee...

Five Reasons to Consider Trigger Point Injections Jul 3rd, 2019

If you suffer from chronic pain in different parts of your body or from tension headaches, you may find relief with trigger point injections. A trigger point is a knot that forms in a muscle when it can’t relax. You’ll have pain in that area, and you may even be...

If You Have Chronic Back Pain, Chiropractic Care Should Be Part of Your Wellness Routine Jun 1st, 2019

If you’re tired of going from doctor to doctor and trying conventional treatments for your back pain, it’s time to try something new. Make chiropractic care part of your wellness routine and get back to enjoying your life. What is chronic back pain? Back pain that lasts three months or...

Is it Joint Pain or Something More Serious? May 2nd, 2019

Joint pain is a widely felt ailment, with tens of millions of Americans suffering from this often-incapacitating condition. At New Hampshire Regenerative Center, our doctors understand how frustrating and debilitating the pain and immobility can be. That’s why we believe in taking the time to diagnose your illness accurately. Because...

Why Regenerative Therapy Is a Good Choice For Relieving Pain Apr 1st, 2019

Pain is a distress signal that your body sends to your brain when it’s been damaged, so that you avoid stressing the affected body part and get help. Masking the pain with medications that block your body’s pain-signaling processes may give you relief, but doesn’t repair the actual damage. If...

5 Factors That Put You at Greater Risk of Developing Sciatica Mar 1st, 2019

Up to 80% of adults in the United States report dealing with back pain at some point in their lives, and a large number of these complaints stem from sciatica. This debilitating condition not only affects your lower back, but the symptoms also can travel down your buttock and leg...

Interesting Facts You May Not Know About Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Feb 4th, 2019

Americans spend more time than ever in front of screens — an average of 11 hours each day — typing, swiping, and texting. Aside from potentially creating vision and neck problems, that amount of screen time may also contribute to wrist pain and carpal tunnel syndrome. The team of experienced chiropractors...

7 Tips for Protecting Your Knees During Exercise Dec 17th, 2018

Knee pain is a common medical problem for both men and women, and it can occur at any age. The problem with knee pain is it can make just about any movement painful, including exercise. But at the same time, you need to exercise to stay healthy — and to...

When to Consider Steroid Injections for Your Joint Pain Nov 30th, 2018

If you have aching joints, you know how they can take a toll on your everyday life. Even simple things like climbing stairs, stooping down, or just plain walking can be uncomfortable. With some types of joint pain, you might even be uncomfortable sitting or resting. Joints are subjected to...