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10 September 2022
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The Healing Benefits of PRP Injections

10 September 2022, Comments: 0

Platelet-rich plasma (or PRP) therapy has become a popular way to treat various orthopedic conditions. PRP consists of plasma, which makes up the liquid in your blood, and platelets. The body uses platelets to clot your blood, but also contain growth factors that are highly beneficial for the body’s healing process. The healing benefits of PRP therapy are far-reaching. We’ll […]

20 August 2022
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Why You Should Never Ignore an Ankle Sprain

20 August 2022, Comments: 0

By definition, a sprain is the stretching or tearing of a ligament. Ligaments connect two bones together and are among the components that make up a joint.  Ankle sprains are the most common type of sprain, and they most commonly result from twisting the ankle. You should never ignore an ankle sprain, as it can become a recurring problem without […]

10 August 2022
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The Link Between Sprains and Joint Pain

10 August 2022, Comments: 0

Ligaments are bands of fibrous tissue that connect two bones in a joint. The stretching or tearing of these ligaments is known as a sprain. Given that the ligaments are essential for support within a joint, it’s unsurprising that sprains can lead to joint pain. Generally, the risk of lingering joint pain is higher for more severe sprains.  Most commonly, […]

20 July 2022
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Telltale Signs That You Strained Your Back

20 July 2022, Comments: 0

Back pain is extremely common and can stem from something as simple as an odd sleeping position. So, you may not think twice about minor back aches and pains as you go about your day. But, that pain could be stemming from a back strain.  What is a Back Strain? A back strain is an injury to muscle or tendon […]

10 July 2022
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Non-Surgical Treatment Options for Sciatica

10 July 2022, Comments: 0

Sciatica is a nerve condition that impacts approximately 10% to 40% of the population. It affects the sciatic nerve, which is the largest nerve in the body and runs from the lower back through the hips and down either leg.  When the sciatic nerve is compressed, irritated, or inflamed, it leads to symptoms like pain, numbness, weakness, and tingling along […]

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