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Telltale Signs of a Hernia Apr 7th, 2021

There are many conditions that cause abdominal pain. Some are mild and harmless, while others can be life-threatening.  The location of your pain can tell us a lot about what is causing your discomfort. Appendicitis and an ulcer may come to mind, but did you consider the possibility that your...

6 Common Hand and Wrist Injuries Mar 4th, 2021

Your hands and wrists are among the body parts that you use the most throughout the day. Whether it’s to play sports or for your job, they truly are a vital part of your body. For this reason, they’re also prone to injury if you’re not careful. Such injuries could...

What Is Recovery Like After Hip Replacement Surgery? Feb 7th, 2021

When your hips hurt, the pain affects the way you go about your daily life. Not only can it change your routine during the day, but it can keep you awake at night.  When you’re at the point where nothing else has helped, you might be facing hip replacement surgery....

Get Back in the Game Sooner With Tennis Elbow Surgery Jan 18th, 2021

Whether you're an athlete or just live an active life, pain isn't something you want to deal with. This is especially true when that pain affects your elbow. A condition known as tennis elbow, or lateral epicondylitis, can lead to severe pain that can put you on the sidelines. At...

When Does a Rotator Cuff Injury Require Surgery? Dec 14th, 2020

Shoulder pain really puts a damper on your daily activities, even simple tasks like brushing your hair or cleaning.  Your pain can be a result of many things, including a rotator cuff injury. Because your rotator cuff is vital to many of your daily functions, an injury can put you...

I Had Back Surgery, But I'm Still in Pain — Now What? Nov 21st, 2020

Making the decision to undergo back surgery is one that you didn’t take lightly. After months or years of living with back pain, however, the decision seemed like the best path toward pain-free movement. Now that your surgery is complete, you realize with dread that your problem isn’t remedied, and...