A Muscle strain and pulled muscles are the most common cause of back pain. Muscles become overstretched or torn as a result of repetitive movements and improper stretching. These back pains are very uncomfortable and can be debilitating, but if you act fast, you can prevent pain from getting worse.
We are very pleased to announce that Dr. Neil C. Ghany, a renowned orthopedic hand surgeon with over 20 years of experience will be joining our team. Dr. Ghany is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon with subspecialty certification in surgery of the hand. He graduated from the State University of New York Downstate Medical Center in [...]
Treatment depends on the extent of the injury. However, home remedies for a mild injury can come in handy.
While trips are fun and exciting, they can be dreadful for people with back pain on a road trip.
Due to Hurricane Dorian, Spine & Orthopedic Center has decided to take proper measures for the safety of our patients and employees, and all our offices will be closed on Tuesday September 3rd. As of today, we will resume normal operations on Wednesday, September 4th. If you are a patient, please call us toll free [...]
It’s important to take the appropriate measures to prevent injury & illness before a hurricane, even if one isn’t headed your way. However, since Hurricane Dorian is now on track towards Florida we all need to be as prepared as possible. Injury prevention is very important and we should all be careful during and after [...]
Living in Florida, we've had our share of hurricanes. In 2017, Irma was projected to hit the East Coast of South Florida, quickly gaining speed. At the last minute, it switched paths and made a beeline towards the West Coast. Devastating many people who were not prepared for this turn. This being said, we should [...]
Are you having trouble finding a sleep position when experiencing a bout of sciatica? Our physicians and physical therapists at Spine & Orthopedic Center are sciatica pain specialists. Our highly trained and certified physical therapists specialists have put together an article on the best pillows and sleeping positions for someone living with sciatica. Sciatica can [...]
Typically, the warm flashes last only for a few seconds and then disappear. However, over time they become more persistent and painful.
Many of us experience shoulder pain, although typically in different ways. For some, it may be a sharp or burning sensation while for others it’s achy and tinder. Regardless of the type of pain, this may limit movements and interfere with daily activities.