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Primary CareAs healthy bone ages, there is a normal process in which older bone breaks down and is replaced with new bone. Under normal conditions, the bone resorption equals bone building; however, at its simplest level, osteoporosis equates to an imbalance where the breakdown process exceeds new bone growth. The end result equates to weak and brittle bones that may fracture with traumatic (falls) and non-traumatic (bending) events. Unfortunately, osteoporosis often goes unnoticed until an unfortunate fall or fracture. It’s important to review this with your primary care physician, particularly for women.
MRIAccompanied with back pain comes the desire for an MRI. After all, you’d like to know what you’re dealing with, right? What if the MRI didn’t change your treatment plan? Would you still request an MRI? Second, what if your symptoms (back pain, arm or leg pain, etc) didn’t correlate with the findings of the MRI? Believe it or not, this is the reality. More often than not, an MRI will not determine the course of treatment for pain related to spine pathology and in some instances, the MRI findings fail to correlate with symptoms.
WhiplashLearn about the multiple factors that can contribute to headaches, whether it be posture, weakness, whiplash, or previous head injury. We'll provide easy tips and daily changes that can help manage or even abolish your worst migraines.
GynecologyThere's so many questions surrounding the safety of being an active mom, both during pregnancy and while postpartum. This physical therapist and OB-GYN taught class will discuss how you prevent pregnancy related injuries (low back pain), while staying active and safely restoring lost core strength.
Sports Medicine2. Hewett, T, Zazulak, B, Myer, G. Effects of the Menstrual Cycle on Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury Risk. A Systematic Review. The American Journal of Sports Medicine. Volume 35. Issue 4. 2007. P. 659-668.
Physical TherapyWe are the largest privately owned physical therapy clinics in Western New York and we now have seven convenient locations throughout Erie County.
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