Treatment for hip and leg pain tends to span over the entirety of a patient’s life, often resulting in multiple surgeries.
Health complications can increase pain after surgery, limit mobility, and exacerbate medical costs.
Hip pain and recovery time can be lessened by accompanying treatments, such as chiropractic appointments, acupuncture, and regular physical therapy sessions.
If someone tells you your chronic back pain is all in your brain, you may be insulted or become downright angry. Anyone suffering chronic back pain knows how nagging and miserable it can be. Yet in many cases, chronic back pain is not caused by structural anomalies, but by the central nervous system (CNS) itself. […]Read More (0)
Abdominal diastasis, the separation of the rectus abdominis (six-pack) muscle along the linea alba ligament, is most commonly seen in pregnant and post-partum women. However, diastasis rectus abdominis (DRA) can also occur in people who are overweight and obese, and in people who do strenuous work. It can even occur in fit populations where the […]Read More (0)