by Nate Christopher, MPT at The Orthopedic Institute at Southwest Health “I have sciatica” or a “pinched nerve” are words that are often heard in medical and physical therapy clinics. Sciatica is a general term that refers to pain that radiates into the buttocks, possibly down the thigh, and sometimes even into the lower leg …read more.
by Phil Burr, PA-C at The Orthopedic Institute at Southwest Health You wake up in the middle of the night, and it feels like your hand is numb and tingling. You shake your hand to wake it up, and it goes away. You fall back asleep and don’t think much about it until you’re driving …read more.
By Samantha Jordan, DPT, OCS, CSCS, Physical Therapist at The Orthopedic Institute at Southwest Health Running is one of the most popular leisure activities in the United States. And as such, injuries are a common occurrence. Injuries occur due to the repetitiveness of the activity as well as training errors. Improving your running technique can …read more.
by: Kerri Sue Stange, MPT at The Orthopedic Institute at Southwest Health When you’re to the point where joint pain because unmanageable, joint replacement can help you get rid of that pain and get you back to your passions in life! Though recovery will take several weeks, if you plan ahead for the challenges it …read more.
Why do people love Santa? There is, of course, his big bag of gifts to be happy about. But, we think the real reason is deeper than the presents. You see, Santa and Mrs. Claus are happy old souls who give of themselves year round to make others happy, sharing their joy with people around …read more.