Brachial Plexus Team Coming to North Carolina
Dr. Art Armenta is bringing his team from the Texas Brachial Plexus Institute to North Carolina to participate in a clinic to assess and evaluate patients suffering from symptoms of brachial plexus.
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) May 29, 2013
Dr. Art Armenta announces that he will be coming to North Carolina with his team from the Texas Brachial Plexus Institute. It is important that people take advantage of this opportunity because there are very few doctors who are well trained in the area of brachial plexus. Dr. Armenta and his team will be in North Carolina to help inform and educate the people about the condition and how it can be prevented.
Simply put, brachial plexus is a medical condition that occurs during the birth of a child. Pressure and stress is put on the wrong part of the newborn´s body. There is unfortunately still a lot of debate as to how or when this stress and pressure occurs, but most medical professionals agree that it happens during the most crucial part of a child’s birth; when the head is taken into hands of the attending physician, pulling gently to lead the body out. This is certainly the most challenging part of the birth, due to the width of the body, particularly by the shoulders.
If your child has any physical symptoms such as an inability to move properly, they may have suffered a birth injury and immediate examination is recommended. This is a condition that can be undiagnosed or, worse, misdiagnosed and, if untreated, could lead to a lifetime of medical issues. Very few people are aware that such an epidemic even exists.
On June 22, 2013, candidates will have the opportunity to meet with Dr. Armenta in North Carolina. He will be meeting with as many patients as time allows, including people who were recently diagnosed, as well as people who have been suffering from brachial plexus for some time. This is an opportunity to learn about what has been affecting you or a loved one, what you can do about it, and what the future holds. There is no reason that a BP injury should affect you for the rest of your life, and the dedicated team from the Texas Brachial Plexus Institue is coming to make sure it doesn´t.
Dr. Armenta and Texas Brachial Plexus Institute will be holding similar clinics around the U.S. and urge anyone with brachial plexus injuries to contact them about coming to their area. For more information about Dr. Armenta and Texas BPI, visit the website at: http://www.texasbpi.com.
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