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Posterior Tibial Tendonitis Stretches & Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

Posterior Tibial Tendonitis Stretches & Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

Who, who, who, who! Hey everybody, it’s Doctor Jo and today I’m gonna show you some stretches and exercises for posterior tibial tendonitis. Let’s get started. So if you irritate your posterior tibialis tendon, doing some moonwalking or any other dances, you’re probably gonna feel the pain on the inside here. That tendon comes around […]

Plantar Fasciitis Stretches & Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

Plantar Fasciitis Stretches & Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

Hey everybody, it’s Doctor Jo. Occasionally, I’ll have patients ask me questions, and I’m not quite sure what they’re talking about in the beginning. For example, I had a patient the other week that asked me about his Plantain French Frydis. And it took me a few minutes to realize that he actually meant Plantar […]

Wrist Tendonitis Treatment for Pain Relief – Ask Doctor Jo

Wrist Tendonitis Treatment for Pain Relief – Ask Doctor Jo

Hey everybody its Doctor Jo and cool cat Bear, and we’re going to show you some stretches and exercises for wrist tendonitis. So wrist tendonitis is a general term, so we’re just going to do some general stretches and exercises. So let’s get started. To start off with some wrist range of motion type stretches […]

Cervical Spondylosis Stretches & Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

Cervical Spondylosis Stretches & Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

Hey everybody, it’s Doctor Jo, and today I’m gonna show you some stretches and exercises for cervical spondylosis. Let’s get started. Special disclaimer alert. Like always, get a proper diagnosis, but especially for your neck. There can be a lot of stuff going on. Make sure you get the right diagnosis first cause some of […]

How to Use a TENS Unit for Pain Relief – Ask Doctor Jo

How to Use a TENS Unit for Pain Relief – Ask Doctor Jo

Hey everybody it’s Doctor Jo, and today I’m going to show you how to use a TENS unit for pain relief. so let’s get started. So what does TENS stand for you might ask? it’s transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation. well what does that mean? well basically transcutaneous means on the surface of the skin, and […]