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Best Sleeping Positions for Your Back

Back pain is one of the leading causes of disability all over the world. Often the cause of back pain is bad posture while standing, sitting, or sleeping rather than something serious. Here are some of the best sleeping positions so you can get a good night’s sleep when experiencing back pain. On your side: […]

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Find Healing in the New Year Through Acupuncture

Are you wary of making any New Year resolutions to achieve better health & fitness because you haven’t been able to stick to them in the past? Or are you dealing with a chronic pain or injury that is blocking your path to better health? The good news is you can find healing in the […]

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Exercise for Heart Health and Weight Management (Heart Health Month)

Did you know that people who don’t exercise regularly are twice as likely to develop joint problems and heart disease as compared to people who do? Exercise can also strengthen joints and control blood pressure. It is an important key to lifelong physical independence. Any type of aerobic activity promotes heart health and keep you […]

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Stop Waiting for Your Foot Pain to Go Away

There can be a variety of causes for foot pain ranging from ill-fitting shoes to diabetes. Minor injuries may heal by themselves or with conservative care, but you shouldn’t wait any longer than a couple of days before seeking care from a foot doctor or else you risk worsening not only your foot condition, but […]

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Do you want more out of your Chiropractic “crack”? by Dr. Joseph J. Pacelli

Are you sick of driving all the way to the Chiropractor just to be cracked and out of the office in less than a minute then told to return two more times that week for the rest of your life? Sound familiar? Our approach comes the crack of Chiropractic care and therapeutic strengthening and flexibility […]

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No Energy, No problem by John Djerbaka, P.T.

We have all experienced this.  It is mid afternoon, a couple hours after lunch and a couple hours prior to the end of our workday.  You are at your desk or computer and your energy is quickly fading. Typically reaching for coffee, an energy drink, or worse – something sugary and sweet will only briefly spike your […]

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Is Constipation After Surgery Normal? by Missra Rezvani, ANP-BC, MSN, BSN, RN

Constipation after orthopedic surgery occurs frequently and likely due to a combination of high levels of opioid medications for severe pain management, changes in fluid intake, diet and mobility limitations after surgery. Reported rates of constipation in postoperative orthopedic patient are between 40% and 60%. Because constipation frequently occurs in the postoperative orthopedic population, prevention […]

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Managing Your Pain: NSAIDS vs. Opioids by Dr. Ian Dworkin

When thinking of the strongest pain medication available, many often think of opioids; however, several recently published peer-review articles have demonstrated that opioid management is not as effective as many would think. One study published found that Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen, as well as acetaminophen or Tylenol, proved better at improving the […]

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Commonly questions asked in my clinic by Dr. Sunny Cheung

1. I have clicking and popping in my knee, should I be concerned? Painless clicking and popping is very common as we get older, so as long as it doesn’t cause pain, there should be no problems or long term damage. 2.Are stem cells good for my knee? The data is very mixed and investigational […]

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PRP injections for the Spine by Dr Kasra Rowshan

I have been doing PRP (platelet rich plasma) injection for patients with various injuries to their spine. Over the last few years, I have done many injections for patient who have arthritis or sciatica symptoms. We tried rest and physical therapy; however, these provided minimal or short term relief. These patients usually complain of lower […]

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