July 1, 2011 RSS feed / Medical Info

Interventional pain management can end chronic pain

I n the last decade, the abuse of pain medications such as OxyContin has remained at epidemic levels.This continued societal concern has prompted the Obama administration to seek legislation requiring doctors to undergo training before being permitte More...

Diabetic retinopathy is leading cause of blindness in patients under 65

A nyone may develop diabetes — some people are at higher risk. More...

Your body’s ability to repair itself comes from the inside

Over the past 31 years I have served the community as a chiropractor, I’ve helped thousands of patients and literally delivered millions of chiropractic adjustments. More...

Shrewsbury dentist uses oral appliances to treat snoring and sleep apnea

While snoring is common and often harmless, it can also be a warning sign for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a serious medical condition that affects an estimated 18 million people in the United States. More...

Varicose veins can be more than just unsightly

Those twisted, bulging veins visible just beneath the surface of your skin are called varicose veins.They are a result of a disease called venous insufficiency or reflux. More...

Baby boomers and the process of aging

There comes a point when a boomer recognizes one’s life is the product of past choices, most of which were default settings as we glided through youth on cruise control. More...

Research shows physical therapy as effective as arthroscopic knee surgery

A study questioning the usefulness of arthroscopic surgery for osteoarthritis of the knee should encourage patients to consider physical therapy as an effective non-surgical option. More...

There are many therapeutic products for neck and back support

I n this country, 80 percent of the population suffers from some form of lower back Pain. More...