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  • Tips for Preparing for Surgery

    Tips for Preparing for Surgery

    The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American College of Surgeons has recommended that non-emergency planned surgical procedures be postponed to help contain the rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus and for patient safety. If your surgery is postponed, here are tips that can help in the meantime to reduce pain, preserve function, and get in the best possible shape for the surgery.

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  • 6 Benefits of Telemedicine

    6 Benefits of Telemedicine

    Telemedicine is changing the way people get face-to-face time with their doctors. It allows you to visit with your Orthopaedic surgeon without having to step outside your home. Of course, you need to be physically present at your doctor’s office to receive treatment such as injections , post op care or urgent orthopedic care, but at other times a telemedicine visit may be more convenient.

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  • When to See a Doctor After a Work Injury

    When to See a Doctor After a Work Injury

    Work related accidents or injuries should be reported to your employer as soon as possible and treatment should be sought immediately, even if you feel the injury is a minor one.This means seeing the doctor right after the accident or at the first sign of any symptom that could be related to your work.

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  • Top 5 Treatment Options for Back Pain

    Top 5 Treatment Options for Back Pain

    Acute back pain generally gets better in a few days with rest and home treatment. However, lying in bed for more than a day or two may make your backpain symptoms worse. You must try to keep moving with light activity as tolerated. If your pain persists or gets worse after a few days, you may need to seek treatment from a spine specialist.

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  • Top 5 Common Causes of  Neck Strain (Whip lash)

    Top 5 Common Causes of Neck Strain (Whip lash)

    A traumatic injury that causes your head to snap backwards or forwards straining the delicate soft tissues of the neck is known as a whiplash injury. You may experience it as a tightening feeling in the area of the neck and shoulders, which occurs immediately after the injury or develops slowly over time.

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