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Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Dysfunction FAQ – Part III

Mark W. McFarland, DO       This is part three of a three-part FAQ providing detailed information on sacroiliac joint dysfunction which answers frequently asked questions about this condition, its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, available treatment options and what you

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Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Dysfunction FAQ – Part II

Mark W. McFarland, DO This is part two of a three-part FAQ providing detailed information on sacroiliac joint dysfunction which answers frequently asked questions about this condition, its causes, symptoms, diagnosis and available treatments. Q:         What are

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Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Dysfunction FAQ

Mark W. McFarland, DO This three-part FAQ will provide detailed information on sacroiliac joint dysfunction and answer frequently asked questions about this condition, its causes, symptoms, diagnosis and available treatments. Q:           Where are the sacroiliac joints? A:            If you

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Vascular vs. Neurogenic Claudication

Jeffrey R. Carlson, MD, CPE (Originally published in Hampton Roads Physicians’ Magazine) When muscles don’t get enough blood flow due to obstructed arteries, cramping pain can result simply from walking or using one’s arms. Vascular claudication (VC) is a condition typically caused by

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Transverse Process Fracture of the Spine

Jeffrey R. Carlson, MD, CPE Most of you are familiar enough with human anatomy to know that the spine has bones called vertebrae that are stacked upon one another, sandwiched between vertebral discs that help us walk upright, bear our

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