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PRP therapy: a great alternative to surgery and steroids

PRP therapy has been used for years to stimulate your body’s natural healing capacity. Most people want to try to avoid surgery for their conditions causing pain. PRP therapy is a form of regenerative medicine that promotes the healing of damaged soft tissues such as

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COVID Is Not a Death Sentence

Many people are worried about the coronavirus and what it will mean for their families, their businesses, and their lives. It feels like we are all at a standstill right now, trying to determine how we will move past this. While the economic recovery, and

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Can PRP Treat My Arthritis?

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy is a form of regenerative medicine used to promote healing of damaged soft tissues such as muscles, tendons, and cartilage. Concentrated platelets are obtained from your own blood. These cells are essential for tissue regeneration and repair. Through a sophisticated,bio-advanced

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Time recovery post-Vertiflex treatment

Back pain is a leading cause of disability worldwide, and one of the most common reasons people miss work. In fact, most people will experience back pain at least once. Fortunately, there are measures that you can take to prevent or relieve episodes of back

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How can back pain affect your mood

Chronic pain, or pain that lasts persistently for longer than three months, can make a person more susceptible to emotional changes such as depression and anxiety. Living with chronic pain can also affect relationships with others. Back problems can cause physical limitations, which makes a

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Back pain and outpatient treatment

Most people suffer from back pain at least once, and it is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide. In most cases, back pain can get better without surgery, but if your back pain disrupts your daily life and negatively impacts your quality of

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What About The Knots?

Muscle knots are a common source of back pain. “Myofascial trigger point” is the medical term for them, which occur when the fibers of the muscle tense up and tighten. These feel like small, painful bumps that can cause pain and affect the range of

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Ocular Migraines and Migraine Auras

Of those who report having migraines, one of out every five experience a visual aura. This may be an ocular migraine or a visual migraine. An “ocular migraine” is used interchangeably to refer to two different conditions:  migraine aura—or visual migraine—and retinal migraine.   An

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New Migraine Medications

In the U.S. alone, more than 4 million people suffer from chronic migraines. Many of these people miss work and cannot function normally during a migraine attack. Despite how common and how debilitating migraines can be, many migraine sufferers do not seek treatment though there

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Alcohol and pain medication

Alcohol can have serious side effects on its own but when mixed with prescription painkillers, the effects can be lethal. There are many different types of painkillers available to those who suffer from chronic pain, but a good rule of thumb is to not consume

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CRPS

CRPS and How to Live with It

You may be asking, “What is CRPS?” CRPS is a chronic condition that causes constant, burning like or fire-like pain, usually in an arm or leg. Patients are often sensitive even to light touch.  CRPS typically manifests after an injury such as a fracture or

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Viscosupplementation

How Can Viscosupplementation Help You?

Chronic knee pain that’s caused by arthritis is an unpleasant situation that many people across the nation have to experience every day.    If you’re affected by knee osteoarthritis and are seeking knee pain relief, there is another option where others have failed. Viscosupplementation is

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Vertebral compression

All You Need to Know about Vertebral Compression Fractures

If you’re experiencing severe back pain and have noticed a loss of height, you may have a vertebral compression fracture. This type of injury is typically associated with osteoporosis, though it can happen as a result of back trauma.    There are multiple factors, symptoms,

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Severe back pain

What You Can Do About Age-Related Back Pain

It’s not uncommon for older adults to develop back problems that can result in severe back pain. As we age, time takes a toll on our bodies overall, especially our backs.    You may be wondering, “What can cause lower back pain?” There are several

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Pain block

The Benefits of Sympathetic Nerve Blocks

Do you suffer from chronic pain that gets in the way of your day to day life? Do traditional chronic pain management methods not work for you? If this describes your situation, you may benefit from a procedure known as a sympathetic nerve block.   

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Herniated disc pain

Everything to Know About Endoscopic Discectomy

If you have back problems that are causing consistent pain, you may be in need of an endoscopic discectomy. A back injury can cause you to have a herniated disc, which can cause debilitating pain that doesn’t go away on its own. You may need

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sport injuries

What to Know About Sports Injuries

Sports injuries are common forms of injury that occur when participating in sports or exercise. They typically stem from overtraining, a lack of conditioning, or poor technique.    What Is a Sports Injury? Soft tissues such as muscles, tendons, and ligaments are the most commonly

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Working Out With Back Pain

Working out and staying fit are necessities in living a long, healthy life. “But my back hurts!”, is something a lot of people say, and it keeps them from doing the things they love. However, even if you’ve sustained a back injury or are experiencing

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