Jeffrey R. Carlson, MD, MBA, CPE, FAAOS In the old days (a mere 10-15 years ago), when I performed a multi-level spine fusion on a patient, it was considered a
John D. Burrow, DO In Parts I and II, you learned about Knee Joint Manipulation, why it is necessary, how it is performed in the OR, and the risks for
Please join us in congratulating Jeffrey R. Carlson, MD for his achievement in earning a Masters in Business Administration from Longwood University. Dr. Carlson completed his 31 hours of coursework
In this three-part-article series, I’ll discuss a pain-relieving workhorse, ibuprofen, which is classified as a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug or NSAID. It works by reducing the amount of pain and inflammation-causing
Jenny L. F. Andrus, MD As an Interventional Pain Management Specialist, I have a license to prescribe and an electronic prescription pad giving me access to pharmacies full of the
Boyd W. Haynes III, MD In Part I of this series, Dr. Carlson gave you all the reasons why a patient may need a MUA after knee replacement surgery. In
Jenny L.F. Andrus, MD If old wives could tell tales, they might let you know that your joints could predict the weather and let you know when rain is coming,
Mark W. McFarland, MD Sciatica is a catch-all term that is used for pain that runs from the lower back through the buttock, down the thigh and calf, into the
Boyd W. Haynes III, MD A very common complaint I hear in the office, especially from my older patients, is “my knee is feeling weaker and weaker and sometimes it
Jeffrey R. Carlson, MD, CPE, FAAOS Every day, I see patients for arm or leg pain and numbness related to pinched nerves in their spine. These patients all have differing
Andrew L. Martin, PsyD Chronic pain profoundly affects a basic human task – movement – changing it from something we take for granted into a source of anxiety and frustration.
Jeffrey R. Carlson, MD CPE In the last two articles, I’ve reviewed the reasons why bone fracture can go untreated and what happens to the human body as a result.
Boyd W. Haynes III, MD Everyone knows that a tourniquet reduces or completely restricts blood flow. We all learned that watching TV westerns, like Gunsmoke. Expendable guest stars regularly got