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Blog Articles

Dealing with Sacroiliac Pain? We Can Help!

Your sacroiliac (SI) joint can cause many types of pain, but the most common kind affects one side of your lower back, limiting movement and your activities. There's hope and effective treatments for sacroiliac pain, however. Learn more here.

Dec 6th, 2020
How Physical Therapy Can Help You Heal

Deep tissue pain and limited mobility, whether due to injury, wear and tear, or a chronic condition, can bring normal life to a screeching halt. Physical therapy can restore your quality of life. Read on to learn about diverse PT modalities.

Nov 2nd, 2020
Do I Have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? My Hands Feel Numb

Carpal tunnel syndrome is unbelievably common, but that doesn’t make the pain, tingling, and burning in your hand any less life-altering. It's a progressive condition that worsens without treatment. Learn about effective treatments here.

Oct 1st, 2020
Common Shoulder Issues and Treatments

Your shoulder enables you to do the butterfly stroke, hammer a nail, and carry your grocery bags. This flexibility also makes it vulnerable to injury. Learn about the most common shoulder problems and how they’re treated.

Aug 31st, 2020
Understanding the Complications of Osteoporosis

The silent disease of osteoporosis sneaks up on you until you suffer a fracture for seemingly no reason. Learn about the effects of osteoporosis, what you can do to prevent it, and lifestyle practices you can adopt to slow its progression.

Jul 13th, 2020
COVID-19 and Orthopaedics: What You Should Know

Covid-19 has changed how we live, work, and access our medical care. If you’re in need of orthopaedic services, we’re still here for you, but we’re offering our services in new ways. Read on to learn more.

Jun 11th, 2020
Gaining the Upper Hand on Chronic Lower Back Pain

Back pain of any kind can really slow you down and make life difficult. Chronic lower back pain, which can be severe and last a long time, makes it hard to do the things you need to do. Read on to learn about treatments that relieve your pain!

Dec 1st, 2019
What Is Shoulder Impingement Syndrome?

You try to pull a sweater over your head, but you can’t. It’s not because you’ve gained weight, but rather because your shoulder hurts. You might have shoulder impingement syndrome.

Nov 1st, 2019
Tips for Preventing Carpal Tunnel in an Office Job

Carpal tunnel syndrome is one of the biggest risks of office work. Learn more about the symptoms of carpal tunnel and how you can prevent it by taking simple steps to try to reduce the impact of repetitive motions in office work.

Oct 1st, 2019
Life After an ACL Tear

You’ve torn the ACL in your knee. The question is: surgery or no surgery? There are pros and cons to each option. Learning more about what you can expect with and without surgery can help you make an informed decision.

Jul 12th, 2019
3 Facts Everyone Should Know About ACL Tears

ACL tears are one of the most common knee-related injuries, especially for those who play aggressive sports. What are some important facts everyone should be aware of to prevent or treat an ACL tear?

Apr 10th, 2019
The Most Common Shoulder Injuries and Their Treatment Options

Perhaps you’ve found yourself unable to raise your arm over your head to put on a turtleneck. You have a shoulder injury. With proper diagnosis and treatment, you’ll recover, but patience is the watchword. It takes time to heal shoulder injuries.

Dec 17th, 2018
The Advantages of Robotic-Assisted Hip Replacement

If you need a hip replaced, you need to make sure it’s done right the first time. With robotic-assisted surgery, you can go into your procedure with the confidence that you’ll soon walk again without pain.

Nov 19th, 2018
Preparing for Bunion Surgery

A bunion doesn’t just make it hard to find comfortable shoes, it can cause chronic pain and even hinder your mobility. If conservative treatments haven’t worked, you may need surgery. Learn about what it involves and how to prepare for it here.

Sep 3rd, 2020