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Who Benefits from Telemedicine in New York?

Telemedicine

You may have heard that more medical providers are beginning to offer telemedicine appointments to patients? There are several benefits to this type of service. However, telemedicine is not designed to replace face-to-face interactions between patient and doctor completely. A telemedicine appointment can involve a phone or video call. Additionally, multiple parties can participate, allowing…

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Do Rotator Cuff Injuries Always Require Surgery?

Shoulder Pain

Rotator cuff injuries are painful and can severely limit your range of motion. These shoulder problems are common for athletes and people who perform a great deal of repetitive lifting and carrying. Whether your rotator cuff injury is due to sports, work, recreation or an accidental fall, understanding the basics of a rotator cuff injury…

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How to Improve Your Posture to Reduce Back Pain

Back Pain New York NY

Back pain is one of the most common pain-related issues and poor posture is often to blame. To some, good posture doesn’t come naturally. In the short term, poor posture can feel good because it involves relaxing the muscles in the back. However, over time this puts strain on the spine and weakens the muscles…

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Ketamine Infusions for Resistant Pain

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Chronic pain can be a life-altering health condition, and many people experience a significant loss of quality of life. No longer able to do the things they previously enjoyed, and with the pain potentially stopping them from taking on new challenges, it is difficult to set long-term goals, even for treatment and recovery. This is…

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Carpal Tunnel vs. Tendonitis: Symptoms and Treatment

Wrist Pain

Are you experiencing wrist pain? The two most common causes of wrist pain and weakness are carpal tunnel syndrome and wrist tendonitis. While they are similar, they are different in several key ways. To understand more about these conditions, their symptoms and how they are treated, read our overview below. What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?…

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Coping with the Impacts of Ankle Instability

Ankle Pain

You may not realize it, but your ankle is a complex joint made up of three main bones, which are supported by ligaments, muscles and tendons. As load bearing joints, the ankles are susceptible to injuries when performing a range of movements. It is not unusual for an individual to suffer a serious ankle sprain…

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Have You Tried Acupuncture for Your Chronic Pain?

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Chronic pain is a game-changer for many people. It can take a healthy, active adult who is always on the go and turn them into a huddled mass of pain without the energy to get out of bed. Consistent, chronic pain, often with no real relief, can change everything. Learning to search for alternative therapies…

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Knee Pain Misdiagnosis

Knee Pain

Knee pain can be debilitating, but a misdiagnosis can delay proper treatment and cause your suffering to continue longer than necessary. Two conditions that can easily be mistaken for each other are osteoarthritis and a meniscus tear. Here are the symptoms of each, and how to distinguish between the two, so you can get the…

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Diagnosing and Treating Chronic Lower Back Pain

Back Pain New York NY

The first step to addressing chronic lower back pain is to understand the cause. Many underlying conditions can lead to back pain, making pinpointing the reason for the pain even more critical. More Common Causes of Lower Back Pain You may be surprised to see just how many conditions could lead to chronic back pain.…

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Who Is a Good Candidate for Spinal Cord Stimulation?

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Several studies have suggested spinal cord stimulation, or SCS, can relieve chronic pain caused by back surgery or complex regional pain syndrome, or CRPS. You can do a trial of the spinal stimulator to see if you are reacting favorably to the device. How Does Your Pain Rate? Answer some basic questions regarding your chronic…

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