Posts Tagged ‘Physical Medicine Fargo ND’

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Sports Performance For Athletes of All Ages

Athletics Fargo ND Sports Injury

Our society for the most part lives for the exhilaration of endorphins that we release as we strive for the goal line of victory.  We simply love winning.   Our addiction will often be the force that drives us to the next challenge.  We know that our win is never based on "good luck" but our ...

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Avoid Joint Replacement Surgery

Back Pain Fargo ND Joint Replacement

As we get older, we begin to find signs of age.  Our skin is not as firm. We are not as flexible. We slow down and actually acknowledge we are in pain.  But what happens when our joint pain begins to become so excruciating that we are limited in our day to day activities?Unfortunately many ...

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Are You Benched With A Frozen Shoulder?

Neck Pain Fargo ND Frozen Shoulder

Fabulous Spring is here!   At this time of year, we should be in full swing and enjoying the benefits of the sun and outdoor activities. Unfortunately many of us are sitting on the bench or taking medications to play through our neck pain and what is described as a "frozen shoulder". What Exactly is A ...

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Could I Have Sciatica?

Leg Pain Fargo ND Sciatica

Does every step you take cause you pain that radiates down your leg or legs? Have you become depressed with the pain or been through a series of pain injections to block this pain?If so, read on.Understanding A Cause - The Sciatic NerveYour sciatic nerve is the longest and widest nerve in your body, and ...

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Marathon Shoppers Guide To A Pain-Free Season

Neck Pain Fargo ND Shoppers Guide

Can you hear the holiday songs playing? Of course, that's because the holidays are until after January! However, with this season's good cheer, holiday stress may lead to tears, neck pain, shoulder pain, and headaches.The combination of the wrong food, too much alcohol, late nights, rushing around carrying heavy bags, and, let’s face it, family ...

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