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Case Report: Treatment of A Forty Six Year Old Male With Lateral Epicondylitis

Reginald W Kapteyn, DO, MA, BA Orthopedic Associates of Muskegon, Muskegon, MI

Patient History

A 46-year-old, athletically active male had persistent symptoms for over 6 months. He had tried physical therapy, received one steroid injection, and was taking NSAIDs for pain management.

Case Report: Treatment of A Fifty Five Year Old Female With Lateral Epicondylitis

Reginald W Kapteyn, DO, MA, BA Orthopedic Associates of Muskegon, Muskegon, MI

Patient History

A 55-year-old female with persistent symptoms for 3 years had undergone extensive conservative treatment that included activity modification, NSAIDs, elbow straps, and 3 to 4 steroid injections.

New Catheter from Dolor Technologies Used by Physicians Who Treat Chronic Headache & Other Disorders

SPG Blocks have been preformed for centuries, but new technology allows them to be performed with comfort and ease.

The medical device innovator Dolor Technologies today announced the U.S. availability of its patented, breakthrough drug delivery catheter, SphenoCath. SphenoCath is a single-use, disposable catheter that delivers medication through the nasal passages to a difficult-to-reach ganglion located at the back of the nose without needles, sprays, swabs or sedation.

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