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Hi Dr. Russ,

I found your article while searching on the phrase "low-level laser therapy for thoracic outlet syndrome." My thoracic outlet syndrome is neurogenic in nature. It developed after I had a traumatic surgical procedure done to install a port in my chest. (I am quite narrow through the chest, and as I was awake during the procedure I know that they spent half an hour ramming the port while trying to place it.) Prior to that I had also had a double mastectomy and laminectomy to remove a tumor in my cervical spine. For nearly 2 years I didn't have a diagnosis because of the confusion with multiple issues: nerve damage from my laminectomy, nerve pain after my chemotherapy, and carpal tunnel syndrome. I have begun working with a chiropractor who is doing fascial release followed by low-level laser. Unfortunately, the fascial release flares my symptoms so much that I am in agony for several days afterwards. I wonder if you have used laser therapy in concert with fascial release and if you would recommend my owning a laser so that I could use it daily to calm down the flare. if so, what is your favorite laser? I've also been working for nearly a year with a physical therapist who does facial release and who has had me working with Peter Edgelow's protocol of diaphragmatic breathing and spinal motion. I feel like a been doing this for a long time with no improvement though I must admit it is hard for me to commit 2:40 times a day. Have you used Edgelow's protocol with your patients? Finally, have you ever had to refer a patient for micro surgery? The scar tissue is quite intense around my brachial plexus, and I wonder if any amount of fascial release is going to be effective. Thank you for putting in so much for your time and effort on your your website. You are a true healer!

Cushing's syndrome is the result of excessive corticosteroids in the body. The main cause is overproduction of adrenocorticotropin hormone (ACTH) in the pituitary gland. ACTH causes the adrenal glands to produce corticosteroids, so too much of ACTH means too much of corticosteroids. Another main cause is taking long-term external steroids like prednisone (sometimes used in some chronic diseases). In addition, certain lung cancers and other tumors outside the pituitary gland may produce corticotropins. Other causes include benign or cancerous tumors on the adrenal glands. Rarely, Cushing syndrome can be an inherited endocrine disorder. 

Just as taking prednisone can cause side effects, reducing the dose may cause problems as well. Prednisone is not addicting like a narcotic, but many patients experience withdrawal symptoms as the dose is reduced. These often include muscle soreness, joint pain, fatigue, and depression. Know that these effects are also temporary and worth bearing to allow a cutback in your dose. If you experience any unusual symptoms as your prednisone dose is reduced, contact your doctor. It may be necessary to temporarily increase your steroid dose until you are feeling better and then taper the dose more slowly.

The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), a division of the Center for Disease Control, looked at over 40 recent studies addressing low-back musculoskeletal injuries, in an effort to correlate work activities as risk factors for low-back injuries. According to the NIOSH report, the most significant risk factors associated with lower-back injuries were job activities that required lifting and forceful movements, and jobs that exposed workers to whole body vibration. Awkward posture and heavy physical work were also identified as risk factors.

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The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), a division of the Center for Disease Control, looked at over 40 recent studies addressing low-back musculoskeletal injuries, in an effort to correlate work activities as risk factors for low-back injuries. According to the NIOSH report, the most significant risk factors associated with lower-back injuries were job activities that required lifting and forceful movements, and jobs that exposed workers to whole body vibration. Awkward posture and heavy physical work were also identified as risk factors.

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