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Miscellaneous

Lymphedema- Lymphedema is a chronic, incurable, but treatable condition that is caused by a blockage in the Lymphatic System. The blockage is an abnormal accumulation of protein rich fluid in the tissue spaces, usually causing swelling in the arms or legs. Treatments include: manual lymphatic drainage massage, compression bandaging and exercises that milk the lymph system and supplement the massage.

TMJ- (Temporomandibular Joint) this is the hinge joint that connects the lower jaw to the temporal bone of the skull. Damage to this joint is known as a temporomandibular disorder, which is usually caused by arthritis, or some sort of damage to the Temporomandibular Joint.

Vertigo- Vertigo is a condition in which it feels as though your environment is moving or spinning, when you are standing completely still.

Scoliosis-Scoliosis is a condition in which there is a sideways curvature of the spine. Instead of being a straight line down the middle of the back, scoliosis actually causes the spine to curve, and often look like the letters “S” or “C.”