Carpal tunnel can be a painful and even debilitating orthopedic condition. But it’s one that can be prevented with some simple lifestyle changes.
Pain and swelling due to joint inflammation can often be remedied with at-home treatments and lifestyle adjustments.
Take these three precautions to avoid orthopedic injuries this winter.
Applying a cold or warm compress to an orthopedic injury can bring immediate pain relief. But how do you know when to use each therapy?
After shoulder surgery, your surgeon and physical therapist will help you heal with a customized PT program, which may include these seven exercises.
Neck pain is a common but treatable orthopedic condition. Here’s what you need to know about finding relief.
If you’re suffering from chronic back pain, interventional pain management could help you find relief.
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Ski and snowboard season has arrived! But before you hit the slopes, learn how to prevent serious injuries. As snow piles up this winter, skiers and snowboarders are hitting the slopes to relish in their favorite seasonal workout. Unfortunately, along with the exhilarating exercise comes the possibility of serious injury. According to Globelink International, winter […]
With physical therapy exercises designed to stretch and strengthen surrounding muscles, patients can get relief from painful runner’s knee.
If you’re suffering from a sports injury, don’t let these common misconceptions hold you back from a full recovery.
A painful pinched nerve can keep you from enjoying your favorite activities. Fortunately, there are a variety of treatment options — most of which are non-surgical — that can provide relief.
Athletes — especially those whose sports require a large amount of running — often suffer from foot injuries like fractures and sprains. It’s important to recognize the differences between these two conditions in order to seek appropriate treatment.
Don’t ignore that pain in your foot — it could be an early sign of a preventable stress fracture.