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A Closer Look at Your Shoulder Joint

Shoulder pain is a common result of repetitive movements or injuries suffered in a car or work accident. The shoulder joint is a marvel, but it’s also vulnerable. Learn more about the shoulder and how to find relief from your shoulder pain.

May 25th, 2021
Tips for Avoiding Back Pain When Lifting Heavy Items

We all have to lift heavy items every now and then. But lifting doesn’t have to be harmful to your back. Whether you’re moving heavy boxes or doing a kettlebell routine, here are some ways to avoid back pain.

Apr 19th, 2021
What Every Athlete Should Know About Concussions

Sports-related concussions are usually viewed as minor injuries, which is why serious consequences are often underestimated and even shocking. Read more about post-traumatic headaches and the detection and treatment of sports-related concussions.

Mar 17th, 2021
How We Treat Chronic Pain

Chronic pain affects your quality of life and often begins with an illness or injury. In time, acute pain becomes chronic when it persists even after the damaged tissue has healed. Read more about how chronic pain develops and how it’s treated here.

Jan 19th, 2021
The Dangers of Tech Neck

Do you use a computer at work or spend a lot of time on your smartphone? If so, do you also experience neck pain? These activities put a lot of strain on your neck, and you shouldn’t ignore the pain. Learn more about the dangers of “tech neck.”

Dec 14th, 2020
What Causes Shoulder Pain?

Shoulder pain affects men and women of all ages. The problem can be acute or chronic, with acute pain emerging after exercise, for example, or chronic pain caused by wear-and-tear on your joints. Read more about shoulder pain here.

Nov 9th, 2020
Will an EMG Show a Pinched Nerve?

Having a pinched nerve can be a constant source of pain, but it might also be dismissed as just general muscle soreness. Learn more about pinched nerves and a tool we use to detect them.

Sep 16th, 2020