Austin Yeargan

Kinesiology As A Supplement to Orthopedic Procedures

June 12, 2019

Kinesiology Chiropractors play an important role as health care providers in our community.  I know many patients who have responded well to chiropractic care. In fact, I am fortunate to be located next door to an excellent kinesiologist who has been in the area for fifty years.  It’s my opinion that chiropractors who focus on…

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Reverse Arthritis With Minimally Invasive Subchondroplasty

February 17, 2019

2019 is a very exciting time to be involved with molecular science, medicine, and orthopedic surgery. Autologous Orthopedic Immunobiologics (AOI) were originally developed for cartilage injuries in veterinary medicine more than three decades ago. Today, AOI has been translated to orthopedic surgical clinical practice based on key orthopedic surgical concepts. In the following paragraphs, I…

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Treat Your Shoulder Pain WITHOUT Surgery

May 28, 2018

Are you over the age of forty-five with persistent shoulder pain? We can help you understand your options. If you have had symptoms for more than six weeks, it is time for a diagnosis. The following treatment methods have little effect beyond this period: Tylenol Anti-inflammatory medicines, Catabolic steroid injections, To restore normal tissue strength (aside…

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Is My Knee Pain Being Addressed Correctly?

April 16, 2018

Treating knee pain is a two fold process of addressing not only what is going on inside the joint but also addressing what is happening on the outside in how the joint is aligned. Unloader bracing should be routine and the first part of orthopedic knee arthritis care regardless of other recommended treatments because it…

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Elbow Pain? Foot Pain?

March 27, 2018

Are you suffering from chronic foot pain or elbow pain?  The Tenex® TX-1 may be the ideal therapy when treating problems like plantar fasciitis, tennis and golfer’s elbow and other types of tendinitis or tendinosis.  The majority of patients with these conditions respond to conservative treatments such as physical therapy, bracing or splinting, NSAIDs (Ibuprofen, etc)…

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