OUCH Clinic Open Tomorrow!

Broken bone, minor dislocation, sprain, pain in the back, shoulder, elbow, knee, ankle or foot? If you feel pain or are suddenly injured, we’re here to help. The OUCH Clinic is open tomorrow, February 18th, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 … Continue reading


Shoulder Pain Linked To Increased Heart Disease Risk

Could shoulder problems be a warning sign of heart disease? Research from the University of Utah School of Medicine suggests there may be a link between an increase in shoulder pain and heart disease risk factors such as high blood … Continue reading


Low Back Pain In School-aged Children A Common Occurrence

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While back pain in children is not as common as in adults, the prevalence increases as they get older and can impact their participation in daily and scholastic activities. Though adolescent back pain may be benign, it’s still important to … Continue reading


Living Pain Free And Without Fear!

I imagine that you will have to search back to find my file in the hundreds that you have somewhere in the back of your office, as this is a LONG overdue “thank you.” You performed a labral tear repair … Continue reading


Specialized Physical Therapy Helps Teens With Scoliosis Get Ahead Of The Curve

A new study out of Canada shows that specialized physical therapy exercises can improve the curve of the spine, muscle endurance, and quality of life for teens struggling with scoliosis. These results suggest that such exercises are a proactive, conservative … Continue reading


OUCH Clinic Open Tomorrow!

OUCH Clinic

Broken bone, minor dislocation, sprain, pain in the back, shoulder, elbow, knee, ankle or foot? If you feel pain or are suddenly injured, we’re here to help. The OUCH Clinic is open tomorrow, February 11th, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. … Continue reading


Big Relief For Big Toe Pain

There may be new hope on the horizon for those suffering from arthritic joint damage in their big toe: The first synthetic cartilage device approved by the FDA called the Cartiva Synthetic Cartilage Implant. Rush University Medical Center in the … Continue reading


Former professional soccer players found more likely to have knee OA vs general population

Playing professional sports can take a toll on the body. Research on high impact sports such as football and soccer are showing these athletes are developing osteoarthritis and requiring knee replacement surgery at a younger age and a higher rate … Continue reading


Dr. Yuri Falkinstein Treats The Spine from C1 To L5!

Dr. Yuri Falkinstein cares for the entire spine and his practice focuses on the treatment of cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spinal disorders which includes degenerative diseases, deformity, trauma, tumors, and infections. He also frequently performs corrective spinal procedures for patients … Continue reading


Jones Fracture: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

What is a Jones fracture? It’s actually one of the most common fractures that occurs in the fifth metatarsal bone – the long bone on the outside of the foot. While it typically results from stress on the bone caused … Continue reading