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When Sports Injuries Require Orthopedic Surgery

Do you remember when Drew Brees tore his rotator cuff during the first year of his NFL career? What about when Tom Brady tore both his ACL and MCL? Well, now Brees has one of the best throwing records in the league, and Brady has won enough Super Bowl rings

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How To Treat Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is diagnosed in around 10 million Americans, while an additional 44 million Americans have low bone density. When osteoporosis develops, the structure inside of bones becomes porous or thin, causing the bones to weaken and fracture or break easily. The bones looks like mesh when viewed under a microscope.

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The Overlap Between Knee Pain & Obesity

Obesity is defined by Merriam-Webster’s as a condition characterized by the excessive accumulation and storage of fat in the body. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over one third of Americans (36.5%) of U.S. adults suffer with obesity. Understandably, those dealing with obesity find that it affects

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Everything You Need To Know About A Lumbar Laminectomy

What is a lumbar laminectomy? A lumbar laminectomy is a very common surgery where a spinal surgeon removes some bone to relieve pressure on one or more nerve roots in a patient’s lower back. Ligaments pressing on nerves and bone spurs may also be removed. “Lumbar” refers to the lower

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Defending Your Knees From Pain This Holiday Season

The holiday season is one of the happiest times of the year, regardless of how cooperative your knees are or aren’t. Family, friends and food bring both excitement and stress. You want everything to go off without a hitch. That means there is no room for knee pain! Unfortunately, your

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Move Forward & Choose Physical Therapy

In March of this year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released statistics about prescription opioid use in America and guidelines for their future use. They are strongly encouraging physicians and patients to explore safer alternatives, such as physical therapy. WHAT ARE OPIOIDS? Opioids are drugs which relieve

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Sciatica 101: Understanding Your Back Pain

What is sciatica? Sciatica presents with pain in one side of the lower back, buttock, hip or leg. The classic example of sciatica begins at your lower spine and then travels down the back of your leg. However, this is not always the case. Pain may remain in a single

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How to Recover and Overcome Rotator Cuff Surgery

Recovering from rotator cuff tear can be a lengthy process!  The initial injury can seriously impact your daily life and, unfortunately, it takes time to see improvement due to surgery. Even though it is arthroscopic, rotator cuff surgery can result in some pain and stiffness. What causes a rotator cuff

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How To Handle Osteoporosis

About Osteoporosis and Fractures Osteoporosis is a disease of the bone that makes a person’s bones weak and more likely to break. Approximately 10 million Americans have osteoporosis and another 44 million have low bone density, placing them at increased risk of a fracture. There are 54 million Americans at

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Will You Develop Spinal Problems?

Chronic back problems are one of the most common injuries as we age. As we grow older, our bodies unfortunately deteriorate and we’re not able to perform certain daily functions as easily as before. Certain things we do throughout our life can increase our risk of developing back and spine problems.

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