Back Surgery – Risk vs. Reward

2021-05-25T13:58:43+00:00

Back pain is an ailment that affects over 80% of the American population some point, leaving many of us with a very difficult choice.  In most cases, back surgery is considered only after all other options have been exhausted by all involved medical staff. I would also like to note that even if you have [...]

Back Surgery – Risk vs. Reward2021-05-25T13:58:43+00:00

Carpal Tunnel Surgery : Is it really necessary?

2021-03-22T17:00:49+00:00

The over 27 bones in your hand and wrist that enable almost miraculous dexterity for one of the most used parts of our body. Naturally over years of misuse and abuse, there is a risk that: -Ligaments may loosen -Meniscus may deteriorate causing bones to rub against one another -Nerves may begin to become highly [...]

Carpal Tunnel Surgery : Is it really necessary?2021-03-22T17:00:49+00:00

Sciatica (sciatic nerve)- An incapacitating pain

2021-02-04T19:54:48+00:00

Everyone who has had a sciatica or pinched sciatic nerve knows the pain that can be caused. It sometimes start with an ache in your lower back that gradually seem to increase down your leg and farther it goes the more severe the pain becomes. What causes them? Sciatica issues can be caused overtime or [...]

Sciatica (sciatic nerve)- An incapacitating pain2021-02-04T19:54:48+00:00

Sciatica Pain- How to get relief! Part 1

2015-07-09T21:59:45+00:00

When I was in massage school, we were taught that sciatica (shooting nerve pain that travels down the back of the leg) was most often caused by a tight hip rotator muscle called the piraformis ( a muscle in the gluteal region of the lower limb).  The piraformis connects our tailbone (or sacrum) to the top of our femur (or [...]

Sciatica Pain- How to get relief! Part 12015-07-09T21:59:45+00:00
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