Should You Go Through With Joint Replacement Surgery?

Recurring joint pain can be debilitating and you may think that having a joint replacement surgery is the best and only option for some sort of relief. The question is, have you explored ALL of your options? There are several less invasive options to try first that could help relieve pain and avoid surgery.  …
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Too Quick to Cut the Carpal Tunnel?

Carpal tunnel syndrome makes up almost 50% of injuries in the workplace. Pain of the wrist or hand, impairments of hand function, and impaired pinch strength can be common traits of carpal tunnel syndrome. Missing work is a common occurrence with carpal tunnel surgery, and this can have a large impact on finances of employees…
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4 Great Tips For Sleeping After Shoulder Surgery

  Wenger Physical Therapy’s tips to help you sleep after a shoulder surgery   If there is one thing you can’t avoid after shoulder surgery, it’s sleeping. But an activity that we often take for granted, or at least don’t give much thought about before we head into surgery, is sure to be a point…
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