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Persistent Elbow Pain

People who experience elbow pain are typically those who perform repetitive tasks involving their arms and hands. These tasks may include activities and professions like carpentry, secretarial work, computer work, pianists, guitarists, tennis players, and many other skills that require repeated activities day after day. It’s not surprising, really, that

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Persistent Foot Pain and Toe Conditions – Treatment with Regenerative Orthopedics

Persistent foot and toe pain affects an incredibly large part of our population. We spend hours on our feet every day, working, playing, and engaging in everyday activities. Some may be pounding their feet running marathons, while others try to reach that goal of 10,000 steps a day. Each of those

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Why Regenerative Orthopedics Are the Ideal Sports Medicine

Why Regenerative Orthopedics Are the Ideal Sports Medicine We see athletes of all ages in our clinic all of the time. It doesn’t matter if you are 15 or 95, because if you love sports or enjoy an active lifestyle, you don’t want to have to stop because of an

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Cortisone (Steroid) Injections May Not Be As Safe As You Think

We have made reference to cortisone and steroid injections in several previous articles regarding treatment options for joint pain, because cortisone is generally recommended by conventional medicine. The treatment may only result in temporary relief, and is frequently used to delay the eventual joint replacement. But did you know this

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Do Overuse Injuries Have You Sidelined?

Overuse Injuries are painful joint conditions that can occur in any joint of the body. Repetitive strain from repeat motion and overuse which may transpire in sports or particular jobs and activities can lead to these injuries.  Injuries, such as Runner’s Knee, Rotator Cuff Tendonitis, and Tennis Elbow are examples

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Runner’s Knee Pain

Runner’s Knee is a painful knee condition that is, like the name says, common in runners. Runner’s Knee is also called Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS), and is characterized by anterior knee pain. Sufferers of this condition commonly experience pain behind and around the kneecap or patella. Runner’s Knee can affect

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Snapping Hip Syndrome

In Snapping Hip Syndrome, sufferers hear or feel a snap, pop, or click when they move their hip joint. Encountering these symptoms is not a normal process, but one that points to an injury or degenerative condition. What Is the Cause of Snapping Hip Syndrome? There are several reasons Snapping

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Meniscus and Labral Tears

Meniscus tears of the knee and labral tears of the hip commonly occur from some form of trauma, such as that which transpires during a sporting event. The tears are not always immediate, but can arise after another structure of the hip or knee is damaged. Injury or damage to

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Active and Looking To Avoid a Joint Replacement

We see many people in our office who want to avoid a joint replacement. This scenario occurs more often than you might imagine. Folks of all ages come seeking treatment so they can continue their distance running, weightlifting, bicycling, and other activities, because pain is getting in the way of

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The Best Treatments for Medial Collateral Ligament Injuries

When a ligament in the knee is injured, the most common ligament affected is the medial collateral ligament (MCL).  In general, the MCL is a very strong ligament and is pretty resilient when injured, and in many circumstances, physicians will opt for non-surgical treatments, because they take into consideration the

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