Now offering Massage Therapy at the Injury Clinic of Dallas in Richardson, TX 75080
We have recently added Massage Therapy services at our Chiropractic Clinic in Richardson, TX. The Injury Clinic of Dallas is proud to provide great therapeutic massage and deep tissue to our other services including Chiropractic Care, Auto Accident and Personal Injury services, and Health and Wellness.
Therapeutic massages supports the goals of chiropractic care by reducing physical stress to the spine. By relieving stress from muscles, massage helps to manage pain, improve flexibility and range of motion, improve circulation, and restore balance.
We offer one-hour massages to patients as a complement to their ongoing chiropractic care. We are offering great pricing plans for massage, chiropractic and other services.
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Medical Office – Physical Therapy Assistant – Chiropractic Assistant at Injury Clinic of Dallas in Richardson, TX.
Now hiring Massage Therapist – PT Aide – Chiropractic Assistant in Dallas
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We are a great health care facility in Richardson, TX. We are located close to 75 and Arapaho so easily accessible by the freeway, close to the train station and just down the street from UT Dallas.
Physical Therapy Assistant – Chiropractic Assistant – Medical Assistant Job in Dallas, TX.
We are seeking a hardworking individual with strong communication skills to join us for a Medical assistant or Physical Therapy Assistant or Massage Therapy Assistant or Chiropractic assistant role.
What you need:
- Great personality and customer service skills
- Good understanding of phone systems and ability to use computer software programs like Microsoft Office (excel, word)
- Experienced or studied in Physical Therapy or Massage Therapy required
- Drive and love to see people who are injured get well
Skills that would be nice to have (not required):
- Bilingual Spanish
- Experience with Kareo or other medical records software
- LMT or School or Internship or Experience with Physical Therapy or Massage Therapy
- Experience with Patient set up in a health care facility
If you don’t have all of these specific skills, we can train you on them.
If this sounds like something you would be interested in, apply today. Interviews are occurring this week and early next week.
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A few weeks back we ran a herniated/slipped disk article detailing it’s causes, symptoms and potential treatments. If you’ve missed that article, you can find it here.Today we’re going to discuss sciatica, a condition often associated with and caused by a herniated or slipped disk in the vertebrae.
Sciatica is a condition of the sciatic nerve in which the nerve is either damaged, irritated or compressed. As the sciatic nerve is the single longest and widest nerve in the human body, running from the lower back all the way down to the back of the foot, there is a fairly large area where the nerve may become irritated.
The image above is a diagram of the sciatic nerve, courtesy of Wikipedia.org
Symptoms of Sciatica include but are not limited to
- Pain in the legs that is at it’s worst when sitting down
- Burning/Tingling of the legs particularly at the back of the leg
- Loss/limited range of motion of one or both legs/feet
- A shooting pain through the leg/rear, especially when standing up
If you experience one or many of these or similar symptoms, it is important to seek treatment. Sciatica, first and foremost, is a symptom or a group of symptoms of an underlying condition, not a standalone ailment. Because of this, it must be identified and diagnosed as early as possible in order to keep the underlying condition from worsening.
Please come by the Injury Clinic of Dallas office or call us today for your FREE consultation!
Last week we talked about bursitis, a condition directly linked to the inflammation of the bursa, one that is both restrictive and painful. To keep with the inflammation discussion, this week we’re going to take a look at another similar condition that also occurs due to inflammation; tendinitis.
Tendinitis is the swelling, inflammation and irritation of the tendon. The tendon is a fibrous structure that connects the muscle to the bone, as can be seen in the following image:
Tendinitis may be caused by overuse of the tendon, usually due to repetitive motion (jumper’s or runner’s knee). It can also occur as a result of injury or aging (tendons loose elasticity with time as they are used).
Tendinitis is generally diagnosed by the area it affects (typically knee, elbow, shoulder, wrist) and may feature specific symptoms for the area in question. However, universal signs of the condition may be listed as follows
- Pain/Tenderness along a tendon
- Pain that worsens with activity
- Pain next to a joint (may also be bursitis)
Untreated, tendinitis may become chronic or lead to further injury of the affected area. Thus, it is important to diagnose and treat tendinitis as soon as it occurs. Failure to do so may lead to loss of range of motion, stiffness, weakness and recurring pain. In some cases, loss of function may also occur.
If you believe that you may be experiencing a form of tendinitis, call or come by the Injury Clinic of Dallas office in Richardson.
Last month we have covered the basics of inflammation. If you missed that article or would like a refresher, here’s a link.
Today, we’re going to take inflammation a step further and talk a bit about a condition that inflammation may lead to, bursitis.
In the picture above, we can clearly see the bursa. The bursa is a small fluid-filled sack located in between your joints. The fluid in the bursa is very much like raw egg whites or oil. It serves to reduce friction between the joints and provides cushioning. The easiest way to simulate the bursa would be to fill a small ziplock bag with oil and rub that between your hands. Typically, the bursa in the knee, hip, shoulder and elbow come under a lot of stress which may lead to inflammation.
The inflammation of the bursa is known as bursitis. The typical causes of bursitis include
- Repetitive motion
- Age(As we age, the joints and tendons become less flexible and can’t tolerate as much stress)
In some cases, the cause of bursitis can’t be clearly identified and maybe a combination of factors.
No matter what the cause, bursitis is a painful condition with a lot of potential to become chronic if not properly treated. Bursitis may even lead to chronic inflammation.
- Restricted/Lost Range of Motion, the joint becomes “frozen”
- Unusual swelling at the site, sometimes accompanied by fever
If you experience any of the following symptoms in the shoulder, hip, knee, heel or elbow treatment should be considered in order to prevent re-injury and worsening of the condition. Come by the Injury Clinic of Dallas today and get your Free Consultation! Our doctors and staff would be happy to help and alleviate your pain.