Lending a Hand

When it comes to hands, we usually think of them as being used for tools, opening things, phones/computers, etc.  For most people, that’s pretty much true.  Our hands are mostly used for things that require fine motor control.  Our hands do have other functions, one...

Thumbs Up?

Hand pain is one of the more overlooked areas of the body for pain.  When it comes down to it, a lot of us can usually get by fairly well if one of our hands has some pain because it rarely affects our ability to get around, and there’s only so many tasks that require...

Getting Through the (Carpal) Tunnel

In this day and age, a lot of us spend more time interacting with our computers for work or school than we do actually interacting with people.  Smartphones have stolen the headlines from computers as far as ergonomic issues go, but computers haven’t gone anywhere in...

Bent Out of Shape

Pain in the elbow is generally brought on by repetitive movements like throwing, swinging, or activities that involve gripping.  These tend to develop when someone is just using their arm for more than the tissues in the arm can handle at any given period of time.  An...

Swing and a Miss for Elbow Pain

Following up on our last article for tennis elbow, we have another common elbow pain in the form of golfer’s elbow, otherwise known as medial epicondylitis or medial epicondylalgia.  Golfer’s elbow will typically lead to pain on the inside of the elbow, and as the...

No Love for Tennis Elbow

If the topic of elbow pain comes up, the majority of people are going to have some idea of tennis elbow.  Tennis elbow, otherwise known as lateral epicondylalgia or epicondylitis, is the most common complaint when it comes to pain in the elbow.  While tennis players...

Capping Off the Knee

The knee joint is one of the body’s simplest at first glance.  You can make it bend or you can straighten it out. Easy. Most introductory anatomy course will compare the knee joint, classified as a hinge joint, to a door hinge to help people understand how it works. ...

Wear and Tear

One of the most pervasive misconceptions related to physical health is that our knees are going to “wear out” as we age.  We’ve already discussed knee arthritis and how exercise is the best treatment option, already debunking the idea that the knee gets worn out just...

We Can Rebuild It – Rehabbing after an ACL Repair

Preventing an ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) tear is something that we’ve discussed before, where we provided some info on some common predictors for ACL tears.  Knowing this info is fine and dandy, but what if you have already had an ACL tear?  Whether the tear was...

Holding Yourself Together

As has been discussed previously on this blog, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) and hypermobility can affect both the body and mind in significant ways.  What was not significantly discussed was how to address those issues.  With regards to treating the psychological...

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Eugene, OR 97408
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1020 Green Acres Rd Ste 11
Eugene, OR 97408
(541) 654-0274
Fax (541) 228-9121

947 Geary St SE          Albany, OR 97332
(541) 704-7770
Fax (541) 704-7773


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Monday: 7AM-6PM
Tuesday: 7AM-6PM
Wednesday: 7AM-6PM
Thursday: 7AM-6PM
Friday: 7AM-6PM
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