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...

Stretched Too Thin

As discussed in a blog post last week, hypermobility and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) can have a significant impact on a person’s quality of life physically.  It goes without saying that having frequent pain in your joints, sprains, and/or joint dislocations can...

Hanging Loose?

If you’ve ever been part of a sports team, one of the first things your coach had you do as a team was warm up with some stretching.  Go to Pre’s Trail or any common running spot in Eugene, and you see the runner’s stretching. Go the gym, and you’ll see some people...

In a Tizzy and Getting Dizzy

Having dizziness while driving is a common complaint, and no, not due to being under the influence of drugs.  How many times have you pulled up to a red light, and a car beside you starts to move slightly and you suddenly feel like your car is moving?  Or you turn to...

Turning Around Your Posture

When it’s time to buckle up and drive, most people don’t give a second thought to their posture or ergonomics.  People are incredibly busy these days, and taking time to adjust your mirrors, get the headrest in the right spot, and setting the seats is just a hassle....

Strike Two (or More): Multiple Car Accidents

People are well aware of how common car accidents are, and it’s fair to guess that many readers have had a car accident at some point in their life.  Recovering from a car accident can be quite a challenge, even if the accident is relatively “mild”.  Accidents...

Alternatives to Surgery

Orthopedic surgeries (those affecting bones, muscles, tendons, or ligaments) have become increasingly common in recent decades as potential solution for many common conditions.  Joint replacements, tendon/ligament repairs, or just general “clean ups” are the most...

Prepping for Surgery

So you’ve set up your appointment with your surgeon and you’re definitely going to get surgery for that aching shoulder or arthritic knee. Now what? You don’t have to just bide your time until the surgery. There’s a lot of preparation that you can do ahead of time to...

What to Expect When You’re Expecting (a Surgery)

When it comes to medical treatment, surgery is one of the most interesting topics.  The history of surgery until the last 100 years of medical advancements was fairly bleak to say the least.  And it’s easy to understand why when you really stop and think.  It is...

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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
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Tuesday: 7AM-6PM
Wednesday: 7AM-6PM
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