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Lower Back Pain Treatment Options You Should Know About

Countless patients have experienced relief of lower back pain because of the experience and expertise of our pain management specialists. One of the main reasons for this is the variety of treatment options employed by our pain management specialists used to combat...

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Understanding Spondylosis: Symptoms and Treatments

What is Spondylosis? Spondylosis is something that can often be confusing to patients because spondylosis is not a medical condition. Spondylosis is a broad or “umbrella” term that is used by health professionals when talking about the degeneration of the spine. To...

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Common Orthopedic Injuries 101: Proximal Biceps Tendonitis

Proximal biceps tendonitis is a problem for many patients. The injury typically presents as pain in the front part of the shoulder with pain increasing in severity when the arm is lifted or overhead sports and activities are performed. Effective treatment of proximal...

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Shoulder Pain: When to See an Orthopedic Specialist

The shoulder, which is the body’s most mobile joint, helps lift and raise the arm. On a daily basis, people use their shoulder hundreds of times. Because the shoulder is so important in day-to-day life, an injury to it can be extremely aggravating and annoying....

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Getting Rid of Neck or Back Spasms

Neck or back spasms can be extremely painful and for some patients, spasms can be so bad that they feel like they need to go to the emergency room. The best way to treat spasms is to use a holistic approach geared towards effective treatment and future prevention....

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What to Expect at a Pain Management Appointment

Pain Management is often an underutilized medical specialty and many patients have heard about pain management, but they do not know exactly what it is. Pain management specialists are medical doctors who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of pain conditions....

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3 Signs It Is Time To Have Your Knee Examined

For many with knee pain, it can be difficult to determine what are symptoms of soreness or overexertion and those symptoms that may indicate something more serious.  Below is a helpful guide to determine when it may be time to have your knee examined by one of...

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