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The Most Common Causes Of Heel Pain

January 10, 2020 Blog 0

Whether you find yourself at your home, at your workplace, or traveling to various activities at other locations, you are extremely dependent upon your feet to transport you each day. It has been stated that…Read More

Arthritis Of The Hand

January 3, 2020 Blog 0

Your hand contains a collection of bones, ligaments, and muscles, and there are also multiple joints in your hand. These joints are created whenever several bones meet., while your ligaments are responsible for linking the…Read More

The Causes Of Hip Fractures And How To Reduce The Risk

December 27, 2019 Blog 0

Anatomy Of The Hip As you progress through your daily activities you are depending on your hip joint when you make many different movements. Not only does it maintain the stability that is necessary to…Read More

Understanding Rotator Cuff Injuries And Treatments

December 20, 2019 Blog 0

Every day you make an endless number of movements that are dependent upon your shoulder. These can include simple actions such as reaching out to grab an item from a desk or a table. You…Read More

Understanding Osteoporosis

December 12, 2019 Blog 0

It has been estimated that around 80% of people in the U.S. will be confronted by some form of back pain in their lives. This is a common problem, and anyone who has experienced this…Read More

Understanding Bicep Tendonitis And When To Visit A Doctor

December 6, 2019 Blog 0

If you are experiencing pain or weakness in your shoulder there are multiple reasons why this might occur. The possibilities range from a sprain or strain to arthritis, bursitis, frozen shoulder, and swimmer’s shoulder. Shoulder…Read More

Is My Wrist Sprained Or Is It Broken?

November 22, 2019 Blog 0

Your ligaments are comprised of fibrous connective tissue. They are tasked with the responsibility of keeping your joint intact by connecting your bones and stabilizing them. While they are sturdy and function effectively for you…Read More

What Is A Torn Meniscus And What To Do If You Have It

November 22, 2019 Blog 0

Anatomy Of Your Knee Not only is your knee one of the largest joints in your body, but it is also the most multi-faceted joint. Your knee connects the thigh bone (femur), to the shin…Read More