Happy New Year! We hope 2014 is off to a great start. If you’re planning to have elective spinal surgery this year, don’t forget to prehabilitate yourself! Research has shown that patients who participated in 8 weeks of preoperative rehabilitation before spinal surgery met
Happy Halloween! If you’re a little scared about your upcoming surgery, never fear. We’re offering 50% off our initial consultation fee through October 31st! Contact us and mention the code SPOOKY31 to redeem this offer and get started!
As an avid indoor rock climber, I am always impressed by the number of climbers I see continuing to climb, despite having injuries that would keep many folks out of the game. CAVEAT: Obviously, if someone has an overuse injury, such as tendinitis of the shoulder, the last thing they s
On our site, we often discuss the benefits of prehabilitation before orthopedic, abdominal, and women’s health surgeries. When patients have elective surgeries, they often have at least a few weeks to prepare, by performing exercises, becoming educated about their post-op precau
I’m often asked by friends and relatives what the best exercises are for upcoming operations. It’s not an easy question to answer over the phone or via email. Without being able to see a person’s posture, observe their muscle strength/range of motion or have a comple