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Busting Myths About Regenerative Medicine

September 08, 2020

Regenerative medicine can be extremely useful in chronic wounds, soft tissue injury, nerve injury, muscle, tendon, cartilage, and bone treatment. In many cases, problems that had initially been thought untreatable or irreparable can now be successfully treated with regenerative medicine.

How To Find The Ideal Workers Comp Doctor For Your Work Related Injury

September 08, 2020

If you are injured on the job, you're entitled to workers’ compensation. Part of this plan allows you to seek the necessary treatment for your work-related illness or injury.

The Importance Of Post-Operative Rehabilitation Recovery

September 08, 2020

Post-Operative Rehabilitation is a recovery process facilitated by a physiotherapist to maximize a patient’s healing. The first goal of post-operative recovery is to minimize swelling, pain, inflammation, bruising and bleeding after surgery.

Treat Acute Pain Before It Becomes Chronic

September 08, 2020

No one wants to be in pain, yet all of us have experienced it at one point or another. It begins early in life at the very point of our entry into this world. There are all sorts of over-the-counter remedies to help us deal with pain, no matter its cause.

Using Spinal Cord Stimulation For Pain Relief

September 08, 2020

Spinal cord stimulation is a technique that can be used to relieve chronic pain. Chronic pain is defined as pain that is persistent for longer than 3 months. It can interfere greatly with a person’s day to day functioning and lower their quality of life.

What Are The Most Common Sports Related Injuries

September 08, 2020

When working out or training, it is easy to sustain sports related injuries. This happens especially frequently in the summer when the weather is perfect for sports. 

What You Need To Know About PRP For Hair Growth

September 08, 2020

PRP (platelet rich plasma) is a treatment used by doctors to encourage hair growth. PRP can be used for various areas of the body. One common condition that shrinks hair follicles is referred to as androgenic alopecia.