What causes bone spurs? Bone spurs are common as we age, and many people do not even know they have them. They are typically found after an X-ray or MRI that are ordered for other conditions. When you do have...
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Sciatica is commonly caused by spinal stenosis, a condition that occurs when the small spinal canal, which houses the nerve roots and spinal cord, becomes compressed. As a result, there is a pinching of the nerve roots or spinal cord,...
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Pinched Nerve in Hip Pain from a pinched nerve in the hip can cause great discomfort and can wreak havoc on your everyday life. Simple tasks like walking can bring on severe hip pain, even causing you to walk with...
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Hip pain, snapping hip, and stiffness in the hip joint are common and significant health concerns. While the hip joint is a powerful and durable part of your body, it is not indestructible. Age, pregnancy, and sports injury can cause...
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How Does Bone on Bone Knee Pain Feel? Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that causes your joint tissues to degrade over time, setting off an inflammatory reaction that causes pressure placed directly on the bone of the knee. At...
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Why Do I Still Have Pain After Back Surgery? When it comes to persistent back pain after surgery, many patients find themselves desperate for relief and opt to undergo additional surgeries. This poses a problem for patients in search of...
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What Can I do for a Frozen Shoulder? There are times when shoulders simply freeze. The causes can be chalked up to something as mundane as staying in a position too long, or to more common health conditions like hypo...
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Why do I Have Numbness in my Feet? There are times numbness is felt in your feet due to putting pressure on nerves or by sitting in a position that reduces blood flow. A sensation loss, typically referred to as...
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Is Knee Pain Slowing You Down? A very common injury that we see at Performance Rehabilitation & Regenerative Medicine is “jumper’s knee” or patellar tendonitis, an injury to the tendon connecting the kneecap (patella) to the shinbone. This injury usually...
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Don’t Overdo It In the Garden! Enjoy the beauty of your garden and reduce the possibility of back pain and or overuse injuries by remembering these safety suggestions: Avoid long gardening sessions Warm up before gardening with slow, sustained stretches...
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