Physical Therapy Just as Effective as Surgery for Degenerative Disc Disease

Posted on October 7, 2016

The American physical therapy Association put out an article regarding the power of pursuing physical therapy first. I have noticed recently the number of patients who don’t understand the power and benefits of a movement based intervention that is safe, has virtually no side effects, less expensive, and effective. It is hard to hear sometimes […]

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Don’t Wait!

Posted on August 9, 2016

I just got back from an awesome conference on the spine and extremities In Miami Florida. Of the many things I learned one of them was new research that has come out regarding back pain. Here’s the low down. Don’t wait to get treatment when you hurt your back. We all like to self diagnose, […]

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Is There an Association Between Radiological Severity of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis and Disability, Pain, or Surgical Outcome?

Posted on July 8, 2016

Last week I wrote a blog about a new research article about the shoulder and MRI. It helps us better understand the role of an MRI when trying to figure out the best plan to deal with a painful or injured body part. The old belief that an MRI is the “gold standard” is rapidly […] Read More...
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High Prevalence of Superior Labral Tears Diagnosed by MRI in Middle-Aged Patients With Asymptomatic Shoulders

Posted on July 6, 2016

Shoulder pain, back pain, neck pain, knee pain are so incredibly common in society. All pain sufferers are looking for answers as to how to diagnose and treat these problems so they can resume an active and unrestricted life. MRIs and xrays are so commonly utilized in the past that the general public assumes that […]

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