Although tailbone pain is usually temporary, it can still be very uncomfortable. Luckily, there are measures you can take to ease the discomfort.
Lower back pain and back spasms can have many causes. Could one of them be alcohol? Learn more:
Many orthopedic injuries happen in the home, and spring cleaning is a perfect time to strain your muscles and joints. Learn about the most common injuries and how to prevent them.
Ankle sprains are some of the most common and painful orthopedic injuries. But you can prevent ankle sprains if you’re careful! Learn how.
Carpal tunnel can be a painful and even debilitating orthopedic condition. But it’s one that can be prevented with some simple lifestyle changes.
Most people have heard of carpal tunnel syndrome, but do you know about it’s lesser-known cousin, cubital tunnel syndrome? Find out how to prevent and treat the common condition.
Does your back stiffen up and ache frequently? It could be due to back spasms. Learn what they are and how to treat them.
When starting a physical therapy program, it’s helpful to set achievable goals to keep you motivated and mark your progress.
Physical therapy after surgery offers a variety of benefits — from speeding up your recovery to improving your mobility.
So your orthopedist has prescribed physical therapy to heal your injury. Now what?
If you’re suffering from a sports injury, don’t let these common misconceptions hold you back from a full recovery.
Is your back pain caused by degenerative disc disease? Our guide outlines common symptoms and effective treatment options.
Don’t let neck pain keep you down! Two of NYC’s top orthopedic specialists share tips on how to modify your workout routine to manage chronic pain.
Being faced with recovery after an injury or orthopedic surgery can be daunting. Even after minimally-invasive arthroscopic surgery, you may be anxious to get back to your usual exercise routine. The length of recovery time, and the pace you may return to full activity, are both contingent on the type of injury or surgery you have had. Regardless […]
A Cervical Herniated Disc often causes neck pain for patients, usually 50 years or over. The seven vertebrae of the neck are stacked atop one another, separated by soft discs that provide cushioning between the bones. Aging, disease, or injury can damage these discs, which will result in pain, inflammation, and sometimes more severe symptoms. A […]