Blog

9
Oct

What is Regenerative Medicine?

Changing the face of modern medicine has come the breakthrough technology of regenerative medicine. In the past, many practitioners were stuck with only being able to treat the symptoms of pain that the aging population were suffering from. It is a frustrating practice to only be able to treat symptoms instead of the actual cause. Now, with advancements in regenerative
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3
Oct

Sciatica Pain

The leading cause of job-related injury in the United States is due to back pain. In fact, 80% of adults will suffer from lower back pain in their lifetime. A common and very painful type of back pain is called sciatic nerve pain. Finding the cause of this pain and having a proper exam can lead to a quicker and
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14
Sep

Ways to Reduce Pain Without Medication

When chronic pain sets in, not many people can prepare for the challenges that lie ahead. Without even thinking, most of us reach for the medicine cabinet and pop a few pills to get the tiniest bit of relief. The problem is that too many of us rely on medications for pain relief, when in fact, there are other ways
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12
Sep

The Difference Between Carpal Tunnel and Rheumatoid Arthritis

When it comes to pain associated with carpal tunnel syndrome and rheumatoid arthritis, it can be difficult to distinguish the difference between the two. Many people experience pain in their hands and wrists, but are unsure which is the culprit. Let’s take a look at what both carpal tunnel syndrome and rheumatoid arthritis are all about and the difference in
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25
Aug

Painkiller Addiction

A very serious and dangerous problem that is affecting millions of Americans all across the country is the rising addiction to painkillers, like opioids. It is estimated that well over 26 million people are suffering from this addiction and the numbers are only growing. The consequences of this devastating abuse includes unintentional overdosing that has been quadrupling since 1999. That
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21
Aug

The link between depression and chronic pain

It’s no wonder that depression and pain have been linked together. Each one can cause the other to occur and send a person into a vicious downward spiral of worsening circumstances. Both can be very difficult to manage and overcome. It is possible, however, to successfully manage both and make chronic pain more tolerable without lingering feelings of depression. Sometimes
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24
Jul

Is Pain Getting in the Way of Your Sleep?

When your day is done and you have put your pajamas on, brushed your teeth and begin to relax outstretched in your bed, the last thing you want to be interrupted by is pain. Any type of pain can rob you of a good night’s sleep and sometimes you may not even realize how much sleep you are missing out
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22
Jul

Ways to Keep your Knees Pain Free

It’s not uncommon for many people to suffer from knee pain as we age. Whether we prefer rigorous activities like running, skiing or tennis; or we prefer lighter activities like swimming, our knees tend to take the brunt of the weight and motion of these activities. Even everyday activities like walking, stair climbing or just standing can make our knees
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30
Jun

Top 3 Common Golf Pains Keeping you from Swinging

It’s no wonder that golf lovers from all over the country flock to Arizona to enjoy over 300 traditional and challenging golf courses. Whether you have the privilege to live in this great state or swing by occasionally for a visit, the last thing you want to take with you to the golf course is pain. Unfortunately, many golfers suffer
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30
Jun

Rising Cost of HealthCare

Health insurance has been a hot topic for debate over the last few years, especially here in the Phoenix Valley. Whether you supported universal health care measures or not, we’ve seen a huge increase in premiums and many people are still not receiving the treatment they so desperately seek. Here in the Phoenix Valley, we have seen reports of people
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