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709, 2016

Potential Causes of Hip Pain and Treatment

By | September 7th, 2016|Categories: Blog Post|Comments Off on Potential Causes of Hip Pain and Treatment

Suffering from hip pain is an aggravating experience at the very least. Some people suffering from hip pain in Las Vegas means impacting quality of life. It's more difficult to get in and out of the car, walk around the stores, and bring in the groceries. Even sitting down becomes a chore. There are multiple causes that all result in the same problem of hip pain, but almost all are treatable with minor intervention.

609, 2016

What To Do When One’s Job is a Pain in the Neck

By | September 6th, 2016|Categories: Blog Post|Comments Off on What To Do When One’s Job is a Pain in the Neck

Some jobs place demands on the body that a person isn't even aware of until it screams in pain. Activities that cause a person to sit or stand with their head and neck in one position for hours is one source of neck discomfort. People on an assembly line and those with a desk job share the same risk. Here is why this happens, how it can be prevented and what can be done to treat it when it impacts a person's daily activities.

509, 2016

Addressing Leg and Knee Pain Before It Disrupts the Summer Activities

By | September 5th, 2016|Categories: Blog Post|Comments Off on Addressing Leg and Knee Pain Before It Disrupts the Summer Activities

It doesn’t take much to disrupt the summer activities. A person can step off of a curb wrong and twist their knee. They can trip on a crack in the sidewalk and fall on a knee. Even a minor injury to the ligaments that support the knee can prevent a person from having an active summer schedule. Leg and knee pain can keep a person inactive for weeks, if not treated properly. Here is how these minor knee injuries can be addressed to get rid of the leg pain and return to a summer full of physical activities.

409, 2016

Know the difference between a heart attack and arm pain

By | September 4th, 2016|Categories: Blog Post|Comments Off on Know the difference between a heart attack and arm pain

As a person gets old they experience a variety of aches and pains in their body. Though it is important to be concerned over some of these, it is not always necessary to jump to the conclusion that someone is having a heart attack. So is that aching pain or dull burning sensation in the chest and left arm a heart attack or just an ache? Sometimes it is difficult to tell the difference, which is why it is best to know the difference between a heart attack and arm pain.

309, 2016

When Numbness in the Wrists and Hands Affects Daily Life

By | September 3rd, 2016|Categories: Blog Post|Comments Off on When Numbness in the Wrists and Hands Affects Daily Life

When a person who does detailed work with their hands experiences numbness, tingling or weakness in them, they may be dealing with a case of carpal tunnel syndrome. This condition begins as an annoyance, but can become so severe that the person can no longer grasp and hold onto anything. Here is why this condition happens and what help is available to prevent it from getting in the way of one's daily activities.

209, 2016

A Rotator Cuff Injury Doesn’t Have to Minimize Quality of Life

By | September 2nd, 2016|Categories: Blog Post|Comments Off on A Rotator Cuff Injury Doesn’t Have to Minimize Quality of Life

The shoulder is a complex joint that allows free movement of the arm and all the motions necessary to use the arms and hands. When a rotator cuff injury happens, it can reduce the ability of the joint to perform. The result is pain and stiffness that makes it difficult to take on the simplest tasks. Picking up a bag becomes almost impossible, and the act of reaching into a pocket or for an itch on the back is painful. However, suffering from shoulder pain in Las Vegas doesn't have to be permanent. Medical intervention can help resolve the issue, eliminate pain, and restore mobility to the joint.