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.
Since its advent in the 1980s, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or MRI, has been broadly used in medicine for the diagnosis of musculoskeletal conditions. Meanwhile, sonography, while emerging and evolving simultaneously, has taken a back seat to MRI in North America. The reasons for the use of MRI over Sonography have less to do with efficacy, […]Read More (0)
Knee osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common and debilitating joint condition in the United States, affecting more than 19% of adults over age 45. That statistic is not only high, but it is alarming when considering it has more than doubled since the mid-20th Century. Scientists have attempted to explain the increase in OA by […]Read More (0)