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  • Knee Pain Dos and Don’ts

    Knee Pain Dos and Don’ts

    Do: Rest a Sore Knee - Take a break so your knee has time to heal. You’ll only need 1 or 2 days of rest to ease minor knee pain, but severe injuries may keep you off your feet longer. Talk to your doctor if it doesn’t get better after a few days.

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  • What’s Causing Your Leg Pain?

    What’s Causing Your Leg Pain?

    Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) - With this condition, your limbs -- typically your legs -- don’t get enough blood. It usually happens because your arteries have narrowed. Your legs may feel weak or numb or cramp when you walk. They might feel cold and be an odd color. Some people can manage PAD with habit changes, like quitting smoking. If that doesn’t work, your doctor might give you medicine to treat the problem or help with pain. But some people need surgery.

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  • Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy Vs. Stem Cell Therapy

    Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy Vs. Stem Cell Therapy

    The human body is an amazing machine that has the capability to heal itself. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and stem cell therapies are two exciting regenerative medical treatments that are changing the face of medicine. But while there are many similarities between PRP and stem cell therapies, there are a number of differences, too. Read on to learn about these two treatments that are changing how we heal.

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  • Can Being More Knowledgeable Help Reduce Back Pain?

    Can Being More Knowledgeable Help Reduce Back Pain?

    There is a process of healing. We are finding out more and more about this process with each study into information and health outcomes. What we are finding out is: when people are given information about their health problem in a way they can understand it, they are able to make more informed decisions about their treatment options and have a better chance of healing.

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  • Stem Cell Therapy Myths

    Stem Cell Therapy Myths

    We help people heal from numerous conditions using the healing power of their own stem cells through regenerative medicine. Since stem cell therapy is a relatively new area of treatment and research, there are many myths surrounding it. Here are some stem cell myths that we would like to debunk. Let the facts help you decide whether or not stem cell therapy is right for you.

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  • Tips for a Healthy Back

    Tips for a Healthy Back

    There are many things you can do to help your back that your doctor may or may not have mentioned to you. We realize that you have probably already educated yourself about the basics of back care, but the following points in particular bear repeating.

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  • Non-Surgical Treatments for Upper Back Pain

    Non-Surgical Treatments for Upper Back Pain

    When upper back pain has lingered or not responded to rest and other self-care methods, a medical professional may be needed to develop a treatment plan that can reduce the pain.

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  • Where Do Stem Cells Come From?

    Where Do Stem Cells Come From?

    Stem cell therapy is progressively changing the face of medicine today. Due to the distinctive and special qualities that stem cells have for helping grow and regenerate tissue, doctors who specialize in regenerative medicine are discovering new ways to use stem cells to treat various conditions. Considering how useful they are, one of the most amazing things about stem cell therapy is actually where they come from.

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  • Using a Foam Roller to Relieve Neck Pain

    Using a Foam Roller to Relieve Neck Pain

    A foam roller may be just the thing you need to ease your neck pain. This styrofoam cylinder, often available at gyms, is a popular way for people to stretch their muscles or perform a self-massage.

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  • Early Treatments for Upper Back Pain

    Early Treatments for Upper Back Pain

    If upper back pain develops without any signs of an emergency, most people can safely try to alleviate the pain on their own. Several self-care treatments for upper back pain exist. In some cases, a combination of one or more treatments is needed to help reduce the pain.

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