Physical therapy, also known as physiotherapy, is the treatment of injury, disease or deformity through physical methods like hot and cold therapy, massage, and stretching and strengthening exercises. If you are suffering from a disorder that makes movement difficult, physical therapy is an ideal treatment to help increase movement and restore your physical function [...]
Inflammation of the joints which causes pain and stiffness is called arthritis. The most common form is Osteoarthritis, which affects the lives of 27 million Americans. Often treatment of arthritis will include anti-inflammatory medications or other pain medications, but sometimes there are natural ways to help reduce the pain without needing medication. Here are [...]
Some of the most disabling back and neck problems come from disorders of the facet joints. Facet joint syndrome is the deterioration of the facet joints in which the cartilage that covers the joint wears down and causes stress and damage. The bones can begin to rub against each other leading to other problems, [...]
Non-Surgical Orthopaedics, P.C. was named a Best of 2014 winner for Marietta Orthopaedic practices on Kudzu.com, a leading source for local business information and consumer reviews.
We have all heard about scoliosis and maybe even gotten screened as a child in gym class, but do you really know what it is?
On January 1st, many of us are going to resolve to better our health and lives. New years resolutions are a great way to get healthy, but often by the time February is here we are no longer working towards those goals. Here are a few tips on how to make a New [...]
For most of us, stress is just part of the holiday season. Cleaning, cooking, finances, screaming kids. It can become a lot to handle. Stress is one of those things that doesn’t just affect your mood, it can pour out into your health, your sleep, and lead to back and neck pain. Here are [...]
What is spinal stenosis? Spinal stenosis is caused when the spaces in the spinal column begin to narrow, or there is some kind of intrusion into them. Spinal stenosis can be very painful and it’s important to work closely with your doctor to find out what treatment options will work for you.