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  • Benefits of Shoulder Replacement Surgery

    Benefits of Shoulder Replacement Surgery

    Each year in the US, roughly 53,000 shoulder replacements are performed.1 The technological advancements in implant material and design have allowed this vital surgery to be done on an outpatient basis using minimally invasive techniques.

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  • Benefits of Treating Spine Pain with Injections

    Benefits of Treating Spine Pain with Injections

    Did you know that approximately 8% of adults in the US experience back pain?1 There are multiple treatments available for back pain including spinal injections. Spinal injections are made up of steroidal anti-inflammatory medication and local anesthetic.

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  • Signs and Symptoms of Spinal Stenosis

    Signs and Symptoms of Spinal Stenosis

    Staying active while we age allows us to continue doing things we love, like traveling and other physical activities. Participating in these certain activities can pose a considerable challenge for those with a spine condition like spinal stenosis.

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  • When to Seek Treatment for a Non-Healing Wound

    When to Seek Treatment for a Non-Healing Wound

    More than 6.5 million people in the United States will experience chronic non-healing wounds requiring specialized care1. Non-healing wounds or open lesions can lead to complex and long-term health problems if not handled properly.

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  • Tips for Preparing for Back Surgery

    Tips for Preparing for Back Surgery

    You are not alone if you have questions about what to expect regarding your upcoming spine surgery. Back Pain affects Nearly 65 million Americans yearly; of those 65 million who suffer from back pain, around 650,000 to 700,000 result in spine surgery1.

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  • Is My Back Pain Serious?

    Is My Back Pain Serious?

    Your back hurts. You moved that heavy piece of furniture by yourself. You brought in all the groceries at once instead of making a few lighter trips from the car.

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  • When to Consider Foot Surgery?

    When to Consider Foot Surgery?

    If you have a foot condition, having surgery at the right time can greatly improve mobility and quality of life. The choice to undergo surgery is a big decision, so how can you know it’s the right time to have foot surgery?

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  • Treatment for a Torn ACL

    Treatment for a Torn ACL

    Each year, over 80,000 anterior cruciate ligaments (ACL) repairs are performed in operating rooms across the country.1 Active lifestyles and athletics make an ACL tear one of the most common injuries. The wear and tear, twisting, and hyperextending of the knee are usually responsible for the injury to the ligament.

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  • When Should I Consider a Hip Replacement?

    When Should I Consider a Hip Replacement?

    Many people stay active into their 60s and 70s, leading to hip replacements becoming one of the most common surgeries performed in the U.S. Hip pain can interfere with daily living; the joint's stiffness, inflammation, and aching can become unbearable.

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  • Treating Holiday Stress and Depression with Acupuncture

    Treating Holiday Stress and Depression with Acupuncture

    'T is the season to be jolly – so why are many of us stressed and depressed during what is supposed to be the most magical time of the year? If you suffer from holiday dread due to the extra stress the holidays can bring...

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  • National Association of Secretaries of State
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