What is orthobiologics, how can orthobiologics and stem cells work together and what about orthobiologics and platelet rich plasma? Here we explain what orthobiologic therapy is and how it can help you.
Osteoarthritis is caused by long term wear and tear on your joint and usually occurs in older adults. This can cause little bony projections to form on your bones to protect your weak joint called bone spurs.
There are two joints that connect your pelvis or hips to your spine. These joints are called your sacroiliac joints. Dr. Jasper discusses causes of SI joint dysfunction.
Consistent running, walking or cycling makes it difficult for hip tendonitis to heal and you should seek your various treatment options to relieve your pain.
Your knee joint is strong with thick tissues called ligaments keeping it together. When you turn your knee too far, ligaments stretch and cause a knee sprain.
How do you manage pain without medication? Learn more about one patient’s journey of overcoming addiction from pain killers.
What is an EMG test used to diagnose? An EMG is used when there are symptoms of a muscle or nerve disorder. Learn more about an electromyography procedure.
Is thoracic outlet syndrome serious and what are the three types of thoracic outlet syndrome? We discuss symptoms, treatment options and exercises.
Does blood flow restriction training work and is BFR training dangerous? Learn more about blood flow restriction training physical therapy.
What’s the alternative to opiods? How can a physiatrist help you avoid opioid medication? Understand opioid pain medication and spinal cord stimulation as an alternative treatment for chronic pain.
What causes bone spurs? What does a bone spur feel like and how are they treated? They’re often caused by degeneration by osteoarthritis and can be painful.
Find out what a corn on the foot looks like, what causes corns to form, how to treat a corn with at-home remedies or when to seek care from a professional..
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