This blog was written by Dr. Gabriel Shelton, one of our providers in Corpus Christi, TX. Dr. Shelton has successfully treated many patients of all ages. Today he shares few tips to help people over 40 manage their knee pain.
Not many nuisances can bring your day to a grinding halt quite like a bad headache. Fortunately, simple lifestyle changes that reduce stress and improve overall health are often the best solution to easing the pain and curbing the frequency of your headaches.
Today’s blog is written by Dr. Justin Bryant, whose practice is located in McLean, Virginia. In this article, he discusses how sciatica develops and shares a few easy exercises to relieve your sciatic pain.
There is a flood of information out there regarding treatments and advice to successfully manage your arthritis pain. But how do you determine which treatments will be effective? Before you jump into the world of expensive prescription medications, steroids, injections, supplements, and skin creams, try these tips to effectively manage your arthritis pain, without breaking the bank.
Adopting a consistent workout routine can benefit everyone– from improved health to reduced stress and better sleep. Unfortunately, most people don’t get the exercise they need to stay healthy and productive. In fact, only 23% of people in the US get enough exercise to positively impact their health.
Because our feet act as shock absorbers for the rest of our body, they can endure a massive amount of daily wear and tear from activities like walking and running. Withstanding the friction and impact from these activities can leave your feet vulnerable to pain and injury. Luckily there are some easy steps you can take to keep your feet happy and pain free.
Today's blog was written by Dr. Adam Morrell. Dr. Morrell has successfully treated many patients with running-related aches and pains. Here he provides three useful tips to get you back on track and avoid some of the most common running injuries.
If you are a runner, you have likely experienced pain or a strain injury in the feet, shins, knees, hips or back. There’s always a small risk you'll experience an injury or pain when running. Luckily, many running injuries are completely avoidable. Follow these three steps below to run with minimal to no real pain.