You Don’t Have to Live with Sciatica

January 15, 2018

The Sciatic nerve is the largest in your body, so when there is something wrong with it, there is bound to be some pain. The actual nerve starts out in the lower spine, goes into the buttock, to the back...

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Reasons You May Need Hand Surgery

July 29, 2017

Our hands enable us to thrive. We feel, touch, grasp, carry and hold the world around us using our hands. So, what do we do when our hands hurt or are weak? In some cases, we turn to the experience...

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Shoulder Injuries Common in the Summer

June 1, 2017

Summer is full of activities for many people. Unfortunately, for some people, that also means a rise in injuries. Many of these injuries are related to the shoulder. It is important to note that if you do injure your shoulder,...

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Why Physical Therapy After Injury Should Never Be Optional

May 24, 2017

If you’ve suffered an injury, your doctor may say that physical therapy is optional. However, in most cases, physical therapy is essential. It should never be optional for the following reasons. Faster Recovery When you have a physical therapist guiding...

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Treatment and Symptoms of A Torn Ligament In Your Foot

April 21, 2017

We generally don’t stop to consider the structure of our feet until we begin experiencing pain when walking or other signs of a serious foot injury. While the bones in the foot can fracture and the foot’s muscles can experience...

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Signs That Your Sports Injury May Be Serious

April 14, 2017

Sometimes a serious sports injury is easy to spot, but acute sports injuries are not always immediately apparent. What begins as a minor ache following a rough game or a difficult workout can quickly progress into a debilitating and long-lasting...

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Nonoperative Spine Care Treatment Options

April 11, 2017

If you’re suffering from chronic back pain, there are a number of options available for relief that don’t require an orthopedic surgeon. Back and neck pain are common complaints for many people. Often these conditions can be treated in minimally...

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