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.
Injury to the Achilles tendon is one of the most common athletic injuries, and it is no wonder, given the intense force loads the Achilles is subjected to during running and jumping. Achilles tendinopathy presents as pain, swelling and impaired function. With tendinopathy, damage to the tendon tissue is more serious than tendinitis, which is […]Read More (0)
Knee pain is a common complaint of adults, especially as we age. One reason the knee joint is vulnerable to pain is that it is a complex structure that bears our body weight, and regulates forward, backward and lateral (side) movement. Many structures of the lower body come together at the knee, including the tibia […]Read More (0)