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Bone Marrow Therapy Could Accelerate Healing Nov 7th, 2019

Bone Marrow Therapy: If you suffer from moderate to severe osteoarthritis or tendon injuries, Bone Marrow Concentrate Therapy could be an option for you. Bone marrow is the soft spongy tissue that is found in the center of your bones. In adults, marrow in the large bones are the producing center of...

What is PRP Treatment & Could it Help You? Nov 7th, 2019

PRP Treatment  PRP Treatment – If you have a tendon or ligament injury, or mild to moderate osteoarthritis and traditional methods have not provided relief, then Platelet Rich Plasma, also known as PRP therapy, may be the solution. If you’re new to the idea of PRP treatment, here’s some frequently...

Osgood Schlatter Disease Nov 7th, 2019

Osgood Schlatter Disease: While it is completely normal for those who are older to experience knee pain or even athletes who put a lot of stress on their knees; however, it is important to keep a close watch on the level of knee pain that youth experience. While not extremely common, Osgood Schlatter...

Total Knee Replacement Nashville TN Nov 7th, 2019

Total Knee Replacement Nashville TN: Total knee replacement is a common surgery especially for elderly patients. After years of abuse and stress from the weight and movement that we put on the simple joint, it just can’t keep up with our bodies the way it is used to and becomes...

Do I Need Dislocated Shoulder Surgery? Nov 7th, 2019

The shoulder is the most flexible joint in your body. This also means that it is more susceptible to strains, breaks, dislocations, and other injuries. Normally, your shoulder consists of your humerus or the upper arm bone fitting into the socket of your shoulder blade. The socket is then surrounded...

Athletes: Protect Yourself from Elbow Injuries Nov 7th, 2019

One of the most common types of injuries athletes experience are injuries relating to overuse of one particular body part. During the spring and summer months, baseball/softball players, tennis players, etc….may experience elbow injuries due to the repetitive motion their arms and elbows perform. These injuries often occur over time...

What is a Rotator Cuff and How does it Work? Nov 7th, 2019

What is a rotator cuff? Shoulder injuries are some of the most common injuries among athletes and workers who tend to do a lot of arm movement in their jobs. Many times these injuries includes damage to the rotator cuff. When this happens, it can make it difficult to perform...

Neely’s Bend 5k Raises Funds Nov 7th, 2019

Started by Madison Academy, the Neely’s Bend 5k race is in its sixth year. On April 22, starting at 1:30 pm, they will host the run at the beautiful Peeler Park in Madison, TN. This year Madison Academy is working with the 100 Club of Nashville to bring awareness and...

When is it time to see a Doctor? Nov 7th, 2019

When is it time to see a Doctor? Hip pain is something that can be serious and deciding when it is time to see a doctor especially if you know you have arthritis in your hip can be difficult. While not every pain and ache means that you should seek medical attention,...

Questions to Ask Your Insurance Company Nov 7th, 2019

Questions to Ask Your Insurance Company Any surgery requires a lot of work and preparation in order to insure that everything goes as smoothly as possible. During the surgery, the doctor and his team handle everything. Immediately after, you’re checked on, and they make sure you can reach a bare...

The Rise in Overuse Injuries in Children Nov 7th, 2019

As the rise in children playing sports has increased over recent years and the competitive nature in turn, there’s also been a rise in overuse injuries among children. While there’s plenty of benefits from playing sports from promoting physical and emotional well being of children and encouraging life-long habits of...

When to Seek Medical Care Nov 7th, 2019

When to Seek Medical Care When to Seek Medical Care? Pain in the neck can be one of the most frustrating things. Nearly everyone has experienced it, maybe even from something as minor has a sleeping in a strange position, but there are other moments when neck pain can be...

How to Prevent Back Pain Nov 7th, 2019

Prevent Back Pain Back pain can be one of the most consistent and annoying pains that can occur at any time in your life. While it’s nearly impossible to prevent back pain all the time, there are some steps to take to prevent it most of the time. It starts...

6 Ways to Prevent Basketball Injuries Nov 7th, 2019

Basketball Injuries Basketball is one of the most popular sports behind football, and like football there is no shortage of injuries during the sport. According to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, more than 501,000 basketball-related injuries were treated in hospital emergency rooms in 2009. Most injuries from basketball however,...

How to Protect Your Bones as You Get Older Nov 7th, 2019

Protect Your Bones When you were younger, your parents may have coaxed you to “drink your milk, so you can grow big and strong.” As we age, we tend to forget that our bones still need to be kept strong and healthy. It’s important to make sure you are getting...

Adolescent Anterior Knee Pain Nov 7th, 2019

Anterior Knee Pain Anterior knee pain is one of the most common issues in older adults. Due to the increase of arthritis as we age, the condition that affects active teenagers and young adults who participate in sports, especially girls. Often the pain is centered and towards the front of...

8 Tips to Buying the Right Athletic Shoe Nov 7th, 2019

Athletic Shoe When many think about having the right athletic shoe, they think about whether it fits, whether it matches their wardrobe, or is appropriate for an occasion, but having the right shoe, especially the right athletic takes more consideration. Sports and high impact activities like running, jumping, or even...

Orthopedic Specialist Near Me Nov 7th, 2019

Orthopedic Specialist Near Me Find an orthopedic specialist near me. With more than 300 bones and joints in your body, it’s almost a fact of life that nearly everyone will have pain and discomfort in them at some point. This is especially true for those who tend to do more...

8 Knee Exercises and Stretches Nov 7th, 2019

Knee Exercises and Stretches As we get older, knee problems seem inevitable. The knee is one of the most common body parts to experience injury or overuse and becomes a popular source of pain and discomfort. However, despite pain, it is vital to keep moving and exercising your knees. It’s...

3 Stages of Frozen Shoulder Nov 7th, 2019

Ever heard of the 3 Stages of Frozen Shoulder? If you haven’t heard of it, it is exactly as the name suggests – your shoulder becomes “frozen” due to pain and stiffness. The condition, medically known as adhesive capsulitis, occurs in roughly 2% of the general population and usually in...

Tennis Elbow and How to Treat it Nov 7th, 2019

Tennis Elbow Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis) is a condition caused by overusing the elbow. The condition got the name “tennis elbow” because those participating in racquet sports tend to suffer from the condition the most; however, anyone who moves their elbow in repetitive movements can experience tennis elbow. The combination...

Three Common Causes of Knee Pain Nov 7th, 2019

Knee pain can be debilitating, hinder your movement, and make even regular activities that you used to enjoy a chore. In this article, we’ll explore three of the most common causes of knee pain so you can better understand what is happening in your knee. 1.Knee Ligament Injuries Knee joint...