In 1910 the Flexnor report paved the way for the structure of medical education in the United States. The study, sponsored by big Pharma and the AMA, also severely debunked the use of electricity for [...]
Sports medicine has evolved over the years into a highly respected specialty of orthopedics that treats both elite athletes and weekend warriors. Although the specific nature of the injury may vary from group to group, [...]
Chronic pain doesn’t have to be treated with medication or surgery. Diros OWL® Trident™ Radiofrequency treatment is a minimally invasive outpatient RF procedure that can safely treat many painful conditions, such as lower back (lumbar), [...]
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.
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.
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.