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How Scoliosis Impacts Self-Esteem

There’s no doubt that the physical changes caused by scoliosis can take a toll on your self-esteem, even if your curvature is mild. And if your scoliosis causes pain, the challenge can be magnified. Read on to learn how we can help.

Jul 15th, 2020
Can Tendonitis Affect the Hips?

Yes, tendonitis can affect your hips. But you may not immediately recognize the problem, because the pain builds up slowly as you continue to stay active and strain the tendon. Read on to learn more about hip tendonitis and how it develops.

Jun 15th, 2020
Overexercise: Too Much of a Good Thing

To optimize your results, you need to gradually and consistently increase your exercise or training regimen. But, you can get too much exercise, and when that happens, you can develop serious health problems that take months to resolve.

May 20th, 2020
Pain, Weakness, Numbness: Is it Radiculopathy?

Pain could signal a multitude of problems, but when you combine pain with weakness and numbness — and especially when these symptoms affect your back, neck, arms, and legs — chances are you have radiculopathy. Read on to learn about radiculopathy.

Apr 18th, 2020
Know the Signs of Developing Compression Fractures

Everyone is at risk of developing vertebral compression fractures as they get older, but if you’re a woman, it’s important to know your risk skyrockets after menopause. When you learn the symptoms, you’ll be able to seek early treatment.

Mar 2nd, 2020
Joint Pain? It Could Be Bursitis

Bursitis is often viewed as a problem that develops with age. However, if you’re active — and especially if you’re an athlete or you frequently place pressure on a joint due to your job — your joint pain could be due to bursitis.

Feb 7th, 2020
Block Your Pain Through Ablation

Pain, whether it’s in your lower back, neck, or joints, can interfere with your wellbeing and lifestyle. Fortunately, you can treat pain without needing prescriptions or surgery with ablation. Read on to find out how.

Jan 17th, 2020
Is Back Pain Normal As You Age?

Back pain is a sign of getting older, but it doesn’t mean you have to take it lying down. Learn how to manage back pain as you age to stay active and enjoy your life for many years to come.

Dec 2nd, 2019
Dealing With Childhood Scoliosis

Childhood scoliosis can cause physical and emotional challenges in your child’s life. Proper treatment and support can significantly minimize these effects. Read on to learn how treatment can help your child.

Aug 6th, 2019
Your Shoe Choice Could Be Impacting Your Knee Pain

You know that the wrong shoes can leave your feet aching. But did you know that improper footwear can actually cause or exacerbate knee pain? Learn more about proper footwear and how it can benefit your orthopedic health.

Jul 17th, 2019
How Coolief Works to Relieve Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain can be persistent and hard to treat. Traditional analgesic therapy often comes with side effects including drug dependency. Coolief® radiofrequency ablation presents an alternative to pain meds and shoulder surgery.

Mar 7th, 2019
5 Reasons a Spinal Cord Stimulator May Be Right for You

Have you been living with chronic pain, impacting your relationships, well-being, work, and quality of life? There are many reasons to consider a spinal cord stimulator. Find out how this implantable device helps restore your health by ending the pain.

Jan 8th, 2019
Fibromyalgia, a Balancing Act

Anyone that has experienced chronic pain or a chronic illness, like fibromyalgia, can tell you that finding a balance between what you need to do, what you can do, and what you should do is like finding the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

May 4th, 2018
Exercises for Back Pain Relief

If you suffer from chronic back pain, you know how important it is to find back pain relief, but pain management might be easier than you thought. Your answer to pain relief could be exercise!

Feb 6th, 2018
Women and Migraines: Why do They Have More?

Migraine headaches affect 29.5 million Americans, approximately 12% of the U.S. population. Migraines are three times more common in women than men – about 18% of women suffer from migraines vs. 6% of men.

Feb 5th, 2018