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PRP Treatment for Pain Relief: 9 Things to Know

PRP Treatment for Pain Relief: 9 Things to Know

Have you heard of PRP treatment at B3 Medical in Tampa? Good news: this treatment could change your life. Platelet-rich plasma treatment, or PRP, is a new pain relief treatment that uses your body's own platelets to relieve pain and help you return to a happy, normal...

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Should I Go to a Chiropractor After a Car Accident?

Should I Go to a Chiropractor After a Car Accident?

Car accidents can be traumatic for both your mind and your body. Even after a minor crash, many people suffer from severe and long-lasting pain in the neck and back area. If this describes your situation, a visit to an auto injury chiropractor in Tampa could help you...

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How PRP Therapy May Help Relieve Elbow Pain

How PRP Therapy May Help Relieve Elbow Pain

Pain in the elbow is no joke. As one of the most mobile joints in the body, it can be hard to treat the elbow for pain since the common advice to "rest the joint" is difficult to accomplish when the elbow is instrumental in almost all upper body movements. So, what...

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How Long Do Benefits From PRP Injections Last?

How Long Do Benefits From PRP Injections Last?

Would you like to speed your recovery from tendon, muscle, and joint injuries? Did you know that there is an injectable treatment that can help you more quickly bounce back from orthopedic setbacks? PRP injections, which are performed in the comfort of our office, can...

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How Can You Get Rid of Ankle Pain?

How Can You Get Rid of Ankle Pain?

Ankle pain is both frustrating and invasive. It can keep you from the activities you love, respond poorly to OTC pain relievers, and even prevent you from sleeping at night. Fortunately, plenty of treatment options are available to get you moving again and restore a...

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7 Benefits of Neuromuscular Therapy

7 Benefits of Neuromuscular Therapy

Soft tissue injuries and acute trauma can cause a significant amount of pain. In fact, tendons, ligaments, and muscles take a long time to heal properly, which is why many people continue to experience pain long after the initial injury. Fortunately, treatments like...

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