Acute Injuries vs. Chronic Injuries

08/18/2017

 Acute Injuries vs. Chronic Injuries

What is Considered an Acute Injury? According to the Sports Trauma and Overuse Prevention, acute injuries are usually the result of one traumatic event. Common examples include: Wrist fractures Ankle sprains Shoulder dislocations Hamstring ...

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

08/14/2017

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons describes carpal tunnel syndrome as a condition that commonly causes pain, tingling and numbness in the arm and hand. This condition occurs when the median nerve, which provides feeling ...

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Symptoms & Causes of Sciatica

08/08/2017

Symptoms & Causes of Sciatica

Orthopedic surgeon Stephen H. Hochschuler, MD defines sciatica by leg pain, tingling, numbness, or weakness that begins in the lower back and continues through the buttock down to the large sciatic nerve in the ...

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Text Neck: The Modern Spine Ailment

07/14/2017

Text Neck: The Modern Spine Ailment

Can you go a few minutes without looking down at your phone? Don’t worry most Americans can’t either. Which is why an increasingly common health problem is developing. Diagnosis: TEXT NECK Chiropractor Dr. Steven ...

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12/22/2016

Releasing Depression Through Exercise

Depression is a disorder that affects an individual’s emotional mood and mental capacity causing either sadness or a loss of interest. Whether you are experiencing a loss of a loved one, struggling with school, ...

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What is Plantar Fasciitis?

03/15/2016

What is Plantar Fasciitis?

Plantar Fasciitis is a foot injury caused by inflammation of the plantar fascia and is most commonly found in highly active individuals. In addition, individuals who are highly overweight or wear shoes without the ...

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Multiple Sclerosis

11/03/2015

Multiple Sclerosis

The other night at family dinner the conversation moved to my sister telling the family that her best friend was recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. My family members did not know much about the ...

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