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Educational Articles

Elbow Pain & Injury Advice: Causes, Diagnosis & Treatments

Yeeeouch! Why’d that hurt so bad? The funny bone is neither funny nor a bone. It’s actually a nerve! The ulnar nerve runs from your neck, down your arm, and into your hand. For most of that length, the nerve is hidden safely away behind bones and muscles. However, at...

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Achilles Tendon Rupture: How To Treat This Painful Injury

The Achilles heel isn’t just a myth! According to the mythology, Achilles was a great warrior who, because of a dunk in the River Styx as an infant, was almost completely invincible. The only place on his body that could be injured was his heel, as that was where his...

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Plantar Fasciitis: How To Treat This Terrible Heel Pain

Everybody experiences foot pain from time to time. Our feet ache after standing or walking around for long periods of time. They hurt if we wear the wrong shoes. Usually, foot pain is caused by external circumstances (high heels, we’re looking at you!) but sometimes,...

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Hip Pain: Causes, Symptoms, Prognosis, Recovery & More

Hip pain happens to all of us from time to time. It’s that achy feeling we get on our side. It’s the twinge we feel in our groin when we try to do anything requiring flexibility. It’s the shooting pain down our legs when we stand up wrong or when we walk for too long....

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8 Different Types of Stem Cells & Why They Are Important

Stem cells are still a new, confusing, and often scary subject for many patients. To help you better understand our process, we thought it might be useful to review the different types of stem cells that our bodies produce and the different ways they can be used to help improve your health.

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Stem Cell Therapy for Knees Vs. Surgery: Which Choice Makes Most Sense?

Like everything else, the more/longer we use something, the faster it wears down—even our bodies! Our knees and other joints are particularly sensitive to this wear and tear. As the knee “wears out” you’ll find it harder to run, walk, bend or even put weight on your knees. As the pain gets worse, your doctor may start talking to you about knee replacement surgery…

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