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DO YOU KNOW SQUAT?

Posted on 11-12-2017

The exercise known as a “squat lift” is very popular among athletes who want to strengthen and tone their hips, buttocks, and thighs. However, this exercise places inordinate stress on the...

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TEXT NECK

Posted on 10-31-2017

With the widespread proliferation of smart phones, tablets, and computers among young people, there should be little wonder that the biomechanical stresses of texting and typing  while si...

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CONSIDERING KNEE-REPLACEMENT SURGERY?

Posted on 10-15-2017

Every 45 seconds, a patient in the United States undergoes total knee-replacement (TKR) surgery, and it is estimated that by 2030, 3.5 million of these surgeries will be performed each year. T...

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AVERTING SPINAL FUSION

Posted on 10-01-2017

The form of spinal arthritis known as “ankylosing spondylitis,” which primarily affects young males, causes pain and stiffness in spinal joints, including those that connect the lower ...

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DEEP-SEATED PROBLEM

Posted on 09-17-2017

The “piriformis” muscle, located deep in the buttock, begins at the lower spine and connects to the upper surface of each femur (thighbone). This small muscle helps stabilize the h...

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