How Practice has Changed During the Pandemic: There is Always a Silver Lining

I have the privilege to work in a unique medical setting, I work in physical medicine. I don’t see“sick patients” or “emergencies.” I see patients who are in pain and suffer from physicaldysfunction of their activities of daily living. When COVID-19 first hit, our patient visit numbersdropped significantly, understandably. Our privately owned physical medicine, physical … Read more

What is Text Neck?

How many hours a day do you spend on your phone? How many hours a day do you think young adults spend on their phone? In a study done by Samani et al. (2018), 42% of young adults, age 18-24, spend an average of 2-4 hours a day on their phone and 27% of young … Read more

Chronic Low Back Pain Solution: Physical Activity

Patients often ask, “what exercise or stretch can I do to help my low back?” Most of the timethey are looking for a one exercise, one stretch chronic low back pain solution and it isn’t that simple. The reality is there is no one exercise or stretch that is going to fix and prevent chronic … Read more

Types of Shock and Therapeutic Interventions

The four types of shock and therapeautic interventions discussed in detail.

Do you know the four types of shock and how to manage shock patients based on they type of shock they are in? If shock patients are not routine in your practice, this review will re-familiarize you with them and the therapeutic interventions recommended for treatment. What are the four types of shock? Shock is … Read more

Fibromyalgia: is it Treatable?

Fibromyalgia…I feel that the waters are somewhat muddy when it comes to this chronic condition based on what I have heard or read some health care providers say. Through my own research and experience it is a very real condition that is treatable. It hurts my heart when patients who are suffering with the symptoms … Read more

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