Blog Articles

Treating Your Rotator Cuff Injury

A rotator cuff injury is a common cause of shoulder pain. Treating your rotator cuff injury depends on many factors. However, receiving an early diagnosis and getting a treatment plan in place promptly can reduce your pain and speed up your recovery.

Nov 1st, 2020
PRP Therapy for Sports Injuries

Sports injuries are common, and they can put a real damper on your active lifestyle. Find out how platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy may help provide your body with the healing tools needed to speed up your recovery.

Oct 1st, 2020
Noninvasive Treatments for Knee Pain

Whether from an injury or arthritis, knee pain can make it difficult to maintain your active lifestyle. But there’s no need to simply suffer in silence. Noninvasive treatments are available to alleviate your knee pain.

Sep 1st, 2020
What to Do About Tech Neck

Your smartphone makes it easy for you to keep in touch with work, friends, and family no matter where you are. But all that time you spend with your head bent over your device puts you at risk of developing tech neck. What can you do?

Aug 9th, 2020
How Chronic Pain Can Impact Your Moods

Chronic pain is a complex disease that may interfere with your ability to work and socialize with friends and family. While the physical symptoms are often the focus of your chronic pain, the condition also affects your mood.

Jul 8th, 2020
Pain-relieving Sciatica Treatments

Sciatica affects about 40% of people in the United States at some point in their life. While symptoms vary, the pain condition can disrupt your daily life. When it comes to relief from your sciatica pain, however, you have many treatment options.

Jun 23rd, 2020
How an Orthopedic Surgeon Can Help With Your Poor Grip

Aging, arthritis, and carpal tunnel syndrome affect grip strength. A poor grip not only makes it harder for you to open a jar, but may also predict future health risks. Learn how orthopedic surgeons can help improve your poor grip.

May 26th, 2020
5 Causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome may develop from a number of causes — some you have control over; others you don’t. However, in most cases, the common wrist pain condition develops from more than one single cause.

Apr 13th, 2020
Understanding Spinal Stenosis

Spinal stenosis is a common cause of neck and back pain most often diagnosed in people age 60 and older. Though not everyone with spinal stenosis has symptoms, when they do occur, they progressively worsen over time.

Mar 1st, 2020
Your Shoulder Pain Could Actually Be a Neck Problem

You don’t remember damaging or injuring your shoulder, but it’s been hurting for a long time. If you’ve been experiencing chronic shoulder pain, learn more about how you could actually be suffering from a neck problem instead.

Dec 1st, 2019
How to Spot a Herniated Disc

Back and neck pain are extraordinarily common, and often a herniated disc is at the root of your pain. While you should always get a diagnosis and treatment from an orthopedist, knowing the symptoms and risk factors can help you protect your spine.

Oct 1st, 2019
Lifestyle Changes to Improve Sciatica Pain

Do you have chronic bouts of sciatic pain? Sciatica can make it painful to walk, stand, sit, or lie down. If you deal with sciatica regularly, there are some lifestyle changes you can make to reduce your pain.

Sep 3rd, 2019
How PRP Injections Help With Joint Pain

You rely on your joints for every move you make. The constant workload leaves the joints vulnerable to damage, which often proves quite painful. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections are a natural regenerative solution to ease your joint pain.

Aug 13th, 2019
Simple Tips to Prevent Carpal Tunnel

Many everyday tasks put stress on our wrists and hands. Over time, this can cause carpal tunnel syndrome. Read on to find out how you can prevent getting carpal tunnel syndrome before it starts.

Jun 13th, 2019
WHAT IS CHIARI MALFORMATION AND IS IT HEREDITARY?

Blog Snapshot: • Chiari malformation is a relatively common condition that causes brain tissue to extend downward into the spinal canal.  • This condition falls under two major categories. Chiari malformation type I occurs during fetal development, causi

Nov 2nd, 2017