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New Back Pain Treatment Options Should You Know About

Countless patients have experienced the lower back pain relief they have been looking for because of the experience and expertise of a pain management specialist. One of the main reasons for this is because a pain management specialist is able to prescribe a variety...

Can Knee Osteoarthritis Can Be Treated Without Surgery?

Knee osteoarthritis is one of the most common orthopedic conditions. Being that the knee is the largest joint in the body, it experiences a great load during weight-bearing activities. Many patients are well aware of surgical procedures used to effectively treat knee...

Three Common Hip Injuries – and How to Treat Them

The hip is a large ball and socket joint composed of the head of the femur (leg bone) and acetabulum of the pelvis. Muscles, ligaments, tendons and soft tissues stabilize and move the hip. When a patient injures their hip, their ability to perform weight-bearing...

Understanding Partial Knee Ligament Tears (ACL, MCL, PCL)

The knee is a very important joint as it is responsible for supporting the lower body and walking and running movements.  Some of the most common knee injuries are knee ligament tears. These can often occur during sports where the knee is overextended in a certain...

3 Most Common Reasons For a Slipped Disc

A slipped disc is an injury to the intervertebral discs, which are the soft, rubbery pads that sit between adjacent vertebrae. They evenly distribute stress placed on the spine and help it flex. When one of the discs slips or herniates, it protrudes into the spinal...

How Strengthening Your Core Can Reduce Lower Back Pain

Spine surgery for lower back pain is more advanced and effective as ever. But that doesn’t mean it’s always necessary. In fact, most cases of lower back pain will go away following adherence to a holistic treatment plan prescribed by an Orthopedic Spine Specialist....

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