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Wrist ligaments are important for the stability and vitality of the wrist. KT Tape is used extensively for wrist injuries. Dr. Schultz discusses what KT Tape is, its proposed benefits, how to apply and better option for treating wrist ligament injuries.READ MORE
The Alar ligament is a critical thick piece of connective tissue that connects the C2 vertebrae body to the head. Dr. Schultz discusses alar ligament tests which include those used during physical examination tests and specialized radiographic tests and nonsurgical treatment options for alar ligament injuries.READ MORE
The transverse ligament is a thick band of connective tissue at C1 that wraps around the odontoid process stabilizing it along with the upper cervical spine. Dr. Schultz discusses the transverse ligament, its function, location, symptoms with transverse ligament injuries, and a breakthrough non-surgical treatment option.READ MORE
Craniocervical instability involves excessive movement between the head and neck. Dr. Schultz discusses what craniocervical instability is, its causes, and upper cervical ligament stem cell injections which are the first effective non-surgical treatment option of symptomatic patients with CCI.READ MORE