Gluteus Minimus

Your Leg Pain May Not Be Sciatica

February 3rd, 2016

Patients often present to our office saying, “My Sciatica is acting up.” This likely stems from the fact that patients turn to the Internet seeking answers regarding their symptoms. Sources on the Internet, such as Dr. Oz, WebMD, and Mayo Clinic, frequently offer some commonly accepted guidelines for diagnosing and treating a condition, and at times

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Serratus Anterior

Nerve Like Symptoms in the Arm

January 14th, 2016

Serratus Anterior I had a patient come in last week with symptoms I recognized but had not seen in a while. It seems he “injured” his neck while shoveling a great deal of gravel before the holidays. He works as an excavator and was trenching a septic system. His chief complaint was “numbness and tingling”

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Spine X-ray

Diagnostic Imaging

December 21st, 2015

Spine X-Ray In medicine we quite frequently place too much emphasis on diagnostic imaging (x-ray and MRI) results. Many times we are quick to use these findings in order to make a diagnosis and explain the reason for pain or dysfunction. This approach to diagnosis and treatment may lead us astray from the true cause

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