Flat Feet and Knee Pain

Nearly one-fourth of men and women over the age of 55 report having knee pain on most days. At least half of these adults show signs of osteoarthritis when evaluating their knees on x-ray images, and many of them will exhibit signs of cartilage damage visible on MRI....

Do You Have Trigger Finger?

We see a lot of patients who suffer from musculoskeletal conditions involving the wrist and hand. One common condition we achieve great results with is known as stenosing tennosynovitisof the finger, otherwise known as “trigger finger”. “Stenosing” refers...

Is Crossing Your Legs Bad For Your Health?

Crossing legs while seated is a common habit. Most people don’t even notice that they’re doing it when they sit down. While you may find it comfortable to sit with one knee crossed over the other, it might be causing health problems that you are not aware of. A study...

Avoid Hand Stress and Strain Related to Texting

There are three factors that can increase your chances of developing a painful hand condition from using your smart phone. We will discuss them as well as what you can do to greatly reduce the stress on your hands while messaging or texting. Prolonged Texting:One of...

Seatbelts and Your Safety

Studies have shown that seatbelts reduce serious crash injuries and death by 50%. However, something you may have not known is that seatbelts are the culprit with many of the common injuries sustained during car accidents. Often times a seatbelt induced...