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The pain and discomfort from arthritis of the neck (or cervical spondylosis) was constant for Barry Cunha, a dentist from Lexington, Massachusetts. He had been suffering for so long, he had begrudgingly accepted the headaches and steady diet of aspirin. 

In this episode of Move Forward Radio, Cunha is joined by his physical therapist, Glenn D'Addario, PT, DPT, MSPT, who describes the treatment plan that led to immediate relief for Cunha, and a significant decrease in pain medication.

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Barry Cunha, DDS, is a practicing dentist from Lexington, Massachusetts. Arthritis of the neck resulted in a reliance on aspirin, and a constant pain that plagued him throughout the workday and while trying to do the activities he loves, such as competitive softball.  His physical therapist provided treatment that provided immediate results and restored his ability to work and play pain free.

Glenn D'Addario, PT, DPT, MSPT, is the cofounder of HD Physical Therapy in Wakefield, Massachusetts. His professional career has included serving as the team physical therapist for the Nashua Pride, a professional baseball team in the Canadian American Association of Professional Baseball. His specialty is manual therapy, which he uses to diagnose and treat soft tissue and joint structures. 

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