Neck and back pain have always been common, but it seems like they’re occurring even more frequently since many jobs have gone remote and people try to make do with working on couches or from incomplete home office set-ups.
With advanced care and leading-edge surgical techniques, our highly skilled staff provides personalized care to get you back in motion. Our orthopedics specialists can treat any bone, joint, nerve, tendon, or ligament problem you may have—from your n
Historically, patients with fractures that failed to heal or healed incorrectly in their extremities have had few treatment options available to them. The same goes for patients with bone defects or patients who required bone resection due to significant infection; their course of treatment often resulted in limb amputation. Fortunately, orthopedic medicine has since evolved
Have you ever considered a surgical solution to a chronic condition but changed your mind due to cost? Elective procedures treat non life-threatening conditions, which leads many people to believe that their insurance won’t cover them. However, these surgeries can significantly improve your quality of life, and contrary to popular belief, many insurance companies cover the
Neck or lower back pain can be frustrating, especially when you don’t know the cause. Did you pull a muscle when you twisted the wrong way last week, or did you sleep in a weird position? If the pain radiates throughout other parts of your body, it might be due to a herniated disc. What Is a Herniated Disc? Vertebrae are small, interconnected bones that house the spinal cord.
Physical therapy, a combination of functional exercises and education about the way your body moves, has a wide array of benefits. Physical therapists can help you reduce chronic pain, recover from an injury, or even step up your game in your chosen sport. So come on—let’s get physical! 1. Physical Therapy Can Help You Recover From a Traumatic Event Physical therapy can reduce
Severe joint pain is one of the most common reasons for someone to seek out joint replacement surgery. This procedure can help a variety of people, including those with arthritis, a previous traumatic injury, a degenerative disease, a developmental condition (such as hip dysplasia), and even general wear and tear. While joint replacement surgery isn’t the first course of