How Can I Stop Knee Pain Without Surgery?

Knee pain without surgery - Level4

So you want to know how you can stop knee pain without surgery? If you’re like a lot of people over age 40, knees that have served you well for years gradually start hurting and swelling – especially once you increase your activity. They may start making cracking or popping sounds, and you may even…

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Why Modifying Your Ab Workout With Diastasis Recti Is Not The Answer

Diastasis recti

One of the most common issues I see in my practice of treating women after pregnancy is diastasis recti (or abdominal separation).  This is a lot more common than people think.  Almost 100% of women have this condition during the 3rd trimester of pregnancy.  Many times, especially after multiple pregnancies, the separation does not close…

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Why Is It My Shoulder Hurts Only With Movement … But Feels Fine At My Side? [Updated]

Shoulder Hurts Only With Movement

We originally wrote this article way back in July 2017 about why you might have a situation where your shoulder hurts only with movement.  It really resonated with a lot of people. There were so many people who came to our website because of this article. Even today, everyone wants to know why their shoulder…

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Why Are Falls So Dangerous for Seniors?

Why Are Falls So Dangerous for Seniors?

What’s the largest cause of hospital admissions for older people? If the title of this article (“Why Are Falls So Dangerous for Seniors?”) didn’t give it away for you… you might guess that it’s the latest winter flu bug. But you’d be wrong – it’s a more everyday problem. One in 4 people aged 65+…

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Balance and Falls In People Aged 55+: 4 Common Myths

Balance and Falls in People Over Age 55+

Balance and falls area a major public health concern for the growing aging population, especially if your 55+.  Every 19 minutes an older adult dies from a fall; every 13 seconds an older adult is treated in an emergency room for a fall-related injury.  Falls are costly and can cause older adults to lose their…

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Falls In The Elderly: 3 Common Causes

Falls in the elderly

Did you know that falls in the elderly that lead to injury are more common than the number of strokes that occur in the United states each year? Last week we received a phone call from an older gentleman who was concerned about his wife’s balance and wanted to know why he was noticing that…

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5 Secrets to Keep Back Pain Away From Your Golf Game [Updated]

Keep Back Pain Away From Your Golf Game

In June 2017, I wrote this post about the 3 Secrets to Keep Back Pain Away From Your Golf Game. Over the last year, we have helped hundreds of golfers get back to playing the game they love so dearly. Additionally, through our conversations and evaluations, we have determined 2 new areas that we really…

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Do all the things you want to do and love again?

Do all the things you want

Not sure if you’ll ever be able to do all the things you want to do and love again? When you’ve been suffering with lifestyle limiting pain for a long time, it’s only natural to feel down. Maybe you haven’t seen anyone for this issue before and don’t know where to begin, or maybe you…

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Live Free From Painkillers

Live free from painkillers

Let’s connect the dots and get you the clarity you’ve been looking for. Do you want to live free from painkillers? Living while taking painkillers for a long period of time is not real living. Experts say the United States is in the throes of an opioid epidemic, with more than two million of Americans have…

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Surgery May Not Always Be Your Best Option … And The Decision Shouldn’t Just Lie With The Surgeon

Surgery may not always be your best option

Surgery May Not Always Be Your Best Option More than 15 million Americans undergo surgery each year, but there’s growing recognition that some elective operations may be more about the surgeon’s preference than about the patient’s need for the procedure, meaning surgery may not always be your best option. Never choose surgery without exploring nonsurgical options…

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