Put in some sweat equity, choose the right therapist, and you’ll get big benefits for little coin. [Read more…] about 5 Ways to Stretch Your Therapy Dollars
Has someone suggested needling or injection of your muscles or joints? The question I got recently from a former patient opened up a whole can of worms. [Read more…] about Prolotherapy and Needling Therapies
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Has a surgeon recommended knee arthroscopy as a treatment for your arthritis? Confused? Read this commentary for clarification. [Read more…] about Knee OA: To Scope or Not To Scope?
Know the top words and phrases associated with healthcare hype, fads, and frauds! [Read more…] about 5 Sure Signs of Healthcare Hype
10 months after falling on an outstretched hand (FOOSH) his shoulder pain had become so severe and chronic, it required surgery to repair a piece of cartilage. He later found another, relatively rare problem with the other shoulder. [Read more…] about 16 y/o After Labral Repair
An attack of back pain and sciatica 4 months ago took him out of nearly all of his regular activities, resulting in surgery. At his first therapy appointment, he was weak, exhausted, and extremely painful from the car ride over.
Steve Kerr’s situation has been the talk of the basketball and orthopedic world. How much do we really know? What can we learn from his situation? [Read more…] about Steve Kerr: What We Know…or Don’t
If you have a high deductible, a “Cash Discount” sounds like something that could save you money…but the devil is in the details, as the saying goes. [Read more…] about Can I Just Pay the Cash Discount Price?