low back pain

low back pain

Tissue Rebuilding with Regenerative Medicine

It has been estimated that about 80% of patient visits to primary care physicians involve pain from the musculoskeletal system. Over many years, injuries generally accumulate, causing “wear and tear” of the joints, ligaments, and tendons. The chronic pain and functional limitation caused by these conditions often limits quality of life, athletic performance, and enjoyment …

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Safer Lifting Mechanics

Lifting is a functional task in our daily lives. Most of us have heard the phrase “lift with your legs, not with your back”. I have heard one too many of my patients say – “my back went out when I was lifting.” Sometimes it’s their form and sometimes it’s their neuromuscular imbalances that predispose …

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Stay On Top of Your Game

  Whether you play tennis, golf, or baseball – rotational movements are integral movements of the the sport. Swinging a racket, a golf club, or throwing a fastball produces a lot of torque and, over time, can predispose athletes to repetitive strain and injuries. Commonly reported injuries in these athletes are low back pain, rotator …

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Sit Up Straight!

We’ve all heard our moms say “Sit up straight” when we were kids, right? So many people today work in sedentary jobs that require them to sit for most of the work day.  When sitting, whether at work or at home, good posture is important for spinal health.  One of the number one contributors to back …

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