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Injury Recovery Benefits of Sports Medicine for Athletes

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Keeping your body in optimal condition is crucial for your athletic performance. When you experience an injury, you may want to recover quickly to get back in the game. Sports medicine can provide numerous benefits in preventing and treating injuries. Here are three injury recovery benefits sports medicine can give you as an athlete. Injury… Continue reading

Treating Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

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There are several types and causes of back pain. Many of them are excruciating and can severely limit your mobility. Finding proper treatment is vital in preventing further pain and damage. Lumbar Spinal Stenosis is one of the common types of back pain. What is Spinal Stenosis? Lumbar Spinal Stenosis is a painful, degenerative disease… Continue reading

Epidural Steroid Injections for Back Pain Relief

Back Pain and Inflammation

When you have chronic neck or back pain, it can stifle your quality of life. The nerves that are within the spinal column are often the source of pain signals, especially when they are pinched or pressured from surrounding inflammation. One fast and effective non-surgical treatment for neck or back pain is epidural steroid injection,… Continue reading

3 Pain Management Tips to Boost Your Mobility

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If you have chronic pain, staying active can be a struggle. Strong muscles and joints are crucial for reducing your risks for injury from falls and maintaining your mental health. There are things you can do to help you become more comfortable so you can enjoy your life. Here are three pain management tips to… Continue reading

Referred Pain and Overcompensation

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As if your primary health condition didn’t cause enough suffering, you may have to deal with referred pain or overcompensation. While these complications have different causes, the result is pain in areas other than the source of a primary health condition or injury. Understanding the difference between referred pain and overcompensation is important from a… Continue reading

Is Worsening Knee Pain Impacting Your Lifestyle?

A doctor consulting a patient with knee pain.

Knee pain can come on all of a sudden and persist for a significant period of time. Unless you have suffered an injury, the source of your pain is likely a health condition. Wear-and-tear of the joint is a common cause of knee pain. Inflammation of soft tissues, ligaments and tendons will also cause painful… Continue reading

Botox is an Excellent Treatment for Pain, Not Just Wrinkles!

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Most people know about Botox® as a cosmetic procedure, but few know about its pain-relieving benefits. At FullRange Spine and Ortho, we use Botox to alleviate chronic pain. For example, migraine and arthritis sufferers can benefit tremendously from these injections. In fact, it is particularly helpful for headaches, as it has shown to provide long-lasting… Continue reading

The Impacts of Overcompensating Limbs and Joints

A doctor consulting a woman with lower back pain.

Did you know that the pain on your right side could result from issues on the left side of the body? This is often caused by overcompensating due to symptoms of illness or injury. When you are experiencing pain in a limb, you may put more pressure and weight on the opposite limb. Overcompensation often… Continue reading

Acts of Kindness that Result in Disabilities

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People in this world display extreme acts of kindness to others. You see them on the streets, collecting donations for charity. They work in thrift stores, providing heavily discounted goods to the needy. These Earthly saints are a credit to humanity, but their sacrifices can come at a price. Many of the roles that compassionate… Continue reading

Is Your Hip Popping? It Could be Snapping Hip Syndrome

Hip Pain

On occasion, feeling your hip pop is not uncommon and not something to worry about, especially if it isn’t uncomfortable or painful. However, if it happens quite often or becomes a problem, you should see an orthopedic surgeon to diagnose and treat it appropriately. The most common cause of feeling a regular pop in your… Continue reading

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