If you are an athlete or a “weekend warrior” who has been injured, or maybe you have an old sports injury that causes you pain, you are probably looking for a solution to help your body heal and live pain free. Your first step should be visiting an Orthopaedic physician who can help you evaluate […]
Foot and ankle pain can be caused by a host of different issues. From injury to muscle fatigue to “wear and tear”, this type of pain has been experienced by most people at some point in their lives. In this post, the most common causes of foot and ankle pain will be discussed. Plantar […]
Injuries sustained during physical activity are often very painful. But just because you are injured does not mean you need serious, invasive surgery to get better. The expert doctors at Non-Surgical Orthopaedics specialize in non-surgical sports injury treatment. We firmly believe that your body can heal completely with conservative treatment involving pain management, rehabilitation, exercise, and […]
Ankle injuries are often thought of as sports injuries. But you don’t have to be an athlete or even a “weekend warrior” to turn your ankle and hurt it. Something as simple as walking on an uneven surface can cause a painful, debilitating sprain. Ankle injuries can happen to anyone at any age. Every day […]
Shoulder pain is an extremely common complaint, and there are many common causes of this problem. It is important to make an accurate diagnosis of the cause of your symptoms so that appropriate treatment can be directed at the cause. If you have shoulder pain, some common causes include: Bursitis | Rotator Cuff Tendonitis The […]
BOTOX® is a therapeutic muscle-relaxing agent that works at motor nerve endings (nerves that lead to muscles). It is in a class of drugs called neurotoxins. When considering neurotoxin therapy, it is important to understand how the product works, the history of its use in patients, its protein content, and possible side effects. This information […]
It doesn’t matter what sport you are playing or the type of injury that you sustain, one of the most common questions that we’re asked at our practice is whether to apply heat or ice to the injury. It’s not always a straightforward answer, and the method that you choose can greatly affect the speed of your recovery.