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Summer Orthopedic Injuries and How to Prevent Them

As the weather gets warmer, people get more active, the weekend warriors come out, and as a result, people get hurt.  It’s an exciting time of the year and people become more active. ...

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Common Spring Injuries and Prevention ...

What does spring mean to the general public? Sunshine, warm weather, outdoor activities, and sports.  What does spring mean in the orthopedic world? One word... INJURIES! After being stuck ...

Dry Needling: A Fix For My Pain?

Muscular and joint pain are a common problem that often play into one another. Each person’s pain is unique, and that requires a unique and custom approach to treatment. Our physical ...

Conquering Mt. Elbert: Colorado’s ...

At times, life can seem as though it is nothing more than one obstacle after another. Some obstacles we encounter are of our own doing, and others are completely out of our control. On August 30, ...

Dealing with Wrist Pain

The wrist is one of the most commonly injured parts of the body. We are constantly using our hands and wrists in our jobs, sports, writing, texting, and common chores around the house. Wrist pain is ...

Move Monday: Hip and Knee Foam Rolling

  Hip and Knee Foam Rolling It's #MoveMonday! As we begin moving around more, you may be noticing some popping in your knees or hip joints. Here is a simple exercise to help ...

Move Monday: Shoulder Foam Roll

  Shoulder Foam Roll It's #MoveMonday! We often see patients that are overcorrecting their shoulder or neck position in order to relieve pain or tightness. This exercise is a ...

Quarantine Move of the Day: Toe Yoga

TOE YOGA Today's Quarantine Move will help those of you that have foot pain! Take a look at how Evan explains a quick and easy way to help relieve that pain, and stay tuned for more ...

Quarantine Move of the Day: Suboccipital...

Today's Quarantine Move focuses on the sore spots in the base of your skull that may be aching due to the way you're sitting or resting your head. All you'll need is a few books and a broom ...