Finding Your Center (of Back Pain)

As previously discussed, radicular pain (shooting pain down the course of a nerve as it exits the spine) is pretty common when it comes to back pain.  Some common pathologies typically associated with radicular pain are herniated discs and spinal stenosis (narrowing...

Tingles and Jingles – Numbness

The human body has so many checks and balances to tell our brain what is going on in our environment and our body.  Everybody knows about the major five senses:  taste, sight, hearing, olfaction (smell), and touch.  Of those five, it’s hard to find one that would not...

October 2018 Newletter

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Pain in the Butte II: Sciatica

Back pain is a complex issue in the medical field.  As we’ve already discussed, imaging doesn’t normally help identify sources of back pain, and pain medication (especially for back pain) doesn’t always lead to relief.  When it comes to issues like back pain there are...

Surf n’ Turf Toe

Turf Toe is a fairly common issue that comes around this time of year, particularly in younger athletes getting back into fall and winter sports.  People start running and planting and sprinting and jumping and cutting after a long summer of not doing much those...

Practice Recovery

Any athlete participating in fall sports knows the ache and soreness from two a days or from getting back into regular practices.  Practices in September are hot, and the coaches tempers tend to be even hotter early in the season to get players whipped into shape....

Setting Sight on Concussion Prevention

Concussions remain a hot-button topic in professional sports these days, but as the fall season starts up, many younger athletes are starting football, soccer, volleyball, and other sports where concussions occur at a fairly high rate. Football and soccer are the...

Get Your Footing for Balance

For most people, balance doesn’t become a concern until the later years of our life.  Once we become aware of the possibility of breaking a bone and being hospitalized, the importance of balance becomes much more of a necessity.  Decline in balance is a lifelong...

Bunions: Not so fun-ion

Anyone who’s been lucky enough to get to know their grandparents has probably known someone with bunions.  They commonly develop over years and years of stress, eventually leading to a bunion, which is a bony structure on the base of the big toe.  There are several...

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