Bursitis Sound Therapy
Are you or someone you love suffering from Bursitis and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including bursitis with our sound therapies.
Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing. Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.
Universal Sound Therapy is in the business to help your body heal and we are so confident that it will work for you that we offer you a 90-day money back guarantee. And if our bursitis sound therapy doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.
Our bursitis sound therapy helps by:
- Decreased pain and swelling in the joins,
- Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
Introduction to Bursitis
Our body was created to move. Walking, running, and dancing are just some of the common movements of our body. However, if we do repetitive movements and motions just like a machine, our bodies suffer from wear and tear. Parts of our body get inflamed that will result to shooting pain. Health professionals would suggest to immobilize, apply cold compress as well as take pain medication to reduce the inflammation.
Here at Universal Sound Therapy, we have a better solution for you. Sound therapy is the answer. How does it work? First, you need to understand that everything around us vibrates at a specific frequency. When something is hurting or suffer inflammation in any part of your body it means it is not vibrating in the correct frequency. Our Universal Sound Healing Sessions will tell your body to tune itself to the right frequency. Your body just needs a little guidance and it can and will heal itself.
We have had many clients that suffer from bursitis or other forms of pain caused by inflammation and found relief using our sound therapy sessions
. We have designed a specific protocol of frequencies aimed to reduce inflammation, increase blood flow, and relax muscles and nerves so the body can make the pain stop. We have been doing sound therapy for several years and the amazing thing about it is if you believe it will work, it works; but if you don’t, it still works! Your body wants to be healthy and to be in tune of its rightful frequency. We hope you will give our sound therapy a try because we understand how Bursitis get in the way of living your best life.
In fact, we are sure about our product that we have taken all the risk of you trying it. We are not in the business of selling false hope and empty promises. We are in the business of treating people suffering of Bursitis with sound therapy. While we can’t guarantee that it will work for everyone, we absolutely that if doesn’t we’ll give you your money back with a smile and our thanks for giving it a try.
Short Description of Bursitis
If you notice one of your joints to be tender, swollen and painful when you move it is possible that you may already have bursitis. Bursitis is a condition that occurs in the bursae of the joint. These are small fluid-filled sacs near the joints and can get irritated or swollen. The condition results to pain on different parts such as the hip, knee and elbow.
Symptoms of Bursitis
Common symptoms include:
- Pain and swelling in the shoulders, hips, elbows and knees, particularly stretching or extension of the joint during exercise, lifting or pushing the joint
- Restricted or loss of range of motion affecting the shoulder, with or without any tenderness or pain
- Presence of muscle weakness because of the pain.
Bursitis refers to the painful condition wherein the fluid-filled sacs or bursae that serve to cushion the bones, muscles and tendons near your joints become inflamed. The most common areas where the condition occurs are in the shoulder, elbow and hip. However, you can also experience bursitis of the knee, heel and base of the big toe. Bursitis often occurs near joints that perform frequent repetitive motion. Initial treatment of the condition includes rest of the affected joint so as to protect it from further insult. In most cases, the pain goes away within a couple of weeks but patients experience frequent flare-ups.
Etiology of Bursitis
Anyone can get bursitis, People that play sports where there are repetitive motions or positions that put a lot of pressure on the bursae around the joint for instance, throwing a baseball or the simple lifting of something over the head repeatedly. You can get bursitis if you frequently lean on your elbows for extended periods of time. You can also get it if you kneel extensively for tasks like scrubbing floors or installing carpets.
As mentioned above, anyone can get bursitis but there are certain factors that predispose a person to getting it such as:
Age – the older you are, the higher the risk of experiencing symptoms as the condition is more commonly seen in older adults. This is no surprise as the condition can be a result of wear and tear on the joint like in arthritis.
Occupations and Hobbies – If your hobby or work requires that you perform repetitive motions or puts pressure on a particular bursae then the possibility of getting inflammation and pain on the bursa increases. Some examples of occupations or activities that can increase the risk include: carpet laying, tile setting, gardening, painting and the simple act of playing a musical instrument.
Other Medical Problems – there are certain diseases and conditions that increase your health risk of getting the disease and these are: rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes and gout. Also being overweight can predispose you of getting knee and hip bursitis.
While the condition can occur anywhere in the body where there is a bursa such as the shoulder, knee, hip and others, there are several specific types that you need to know about and these are:
Anterior Achilles tendon Bursitis – In this type, added strain is placed on the Achilles tendon caused by disease, injury or rigid back support. Known as Albert’s Disease the condition is characterized by symptoms of inflammation of the bursa located in front of the attachment of the tendon to the heel.
Posterior Achilles tendon Bursitis – Is a condition also known as Haglund’s deformity, it is located between the skin of the heel and the Achilles tendon (the part which connects the calf muscles to the heel). The condition results from a type of walking that puts pressure and inflammation on the soft heel tissue to the hard back support of a shoe. This kind most often affects the health of young women.
Hip Bursitis – Also known as trochanteric. This health condition often occurs as a result of injury, overuse of the joint, due to spinal abnormalities,, surgery or because of wear and tear as in arthritis. It is more common in women and in middle aged or older adults.
Elbow Bursitis — This condition is due to the inflammation of the olecranon bursa located between the skin and bones of the elbow. The condition results from injury or due to persistent pressure on the elbow such as a habit of leaning over a hard surface.
Knee Bursitis — Also known as goosefoot or Pes Anserine, there is pain and swelling located between the shin bone and the three tendons of the hamstring muscles, on the interior portion of the knee. The condition results from lack of stretching prior to engaging in exercise, hamstring muscles that are too tight, overweight, wear and tear of arthritis and out turning of the knee or lower leg.
Kneecap Bursitis – This is also known as prepatellar and is common in people who frequently sit on their knees such as plumbers and carpet installers. Symptoms include pain and swelling in the knees.
The doctor will ask for your history and perform a complete physical examination. You will be asked question about your past health and any recent activities. The area involved will be examined closely in order to differentiate from other conditions such as arthritis. If the pain symptoms are quite severe the doctor may drain some fluid from the bursa via needle aspiration and then test it for possible contagion. Additional tests may be requested such as x-rays, an MRI and an ultrasound examination.
Maintain a Healthy Weight – Added weight on the joints puts added stress and places you at risk for development of the condition.
Warm up Prior to Exercise – Prior to any vigorous exercise, it is recommended to warm up for at least 5 to 10 minutes. You can warm up by brisk walking, slow jogging or using a cycling machine.
When Performing repetitive tasks, take frequent breaks – Aside from doing regular breaks, varying your movement to use different parts can help minimize stress on a particular area.
Vary Your Sporting Activities — If you play a lot of baseball where you throw the ball, protect your shoulder joint from possible injury or arthritis by playing different positions if possible to minimize stress on the bursa.