How to Solve Iliotibial Band Syndrome Have you ever been on a run and started to feel pain on the outside of your knee? Then the further you ran, the sharper the pain became until you reached a point that you either couldn’t continue to run or you felt like you wanted to avoid bending […]
Who is Caring for Your Athletes? *The preceding article first appeared at https://www.tourcollierville.com/athletic-trainers-caring-for-athletes/ in January 2022. The motto T.E.A.M. – Together Everyone Achieves More – is at the core of the OrthoSouth Sports Medicine Outreach Team. For St. George’s Independent School (SGIS) the team is comprised of athletic trainers Tina Cole and Jessi Howard and team […]
Vestibular Rehabilitation The profession of physical therapy has the privilege of treating many different medical conditions. One medical condition that can be treated by physical therapy is Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo or BPPV for short. BPPV is a form of vertigo in which you may feel a sensation of the room spinning or even the […]
How to Avoid Carpal Tunnel The carpal tunnel, like a tunnel on the roadways, plays a huge role in funneling traffic. However, the carpal tunnel in the hand funnels nerve information, not cars. Many of my patients who have carpal tunnel have had it for some time. People often initially notice their symptoms at night, […]
All Your Pain Management Questions Answered – A Panel Discussion Bradley Wargo, DO and Jennifer James, DC discuss what it means to be a collaborative multidisciplinary pain practice. Together, they answer all of your pain management questions from the perspective of both physician and chiropractor.
Common Knee Injuries in Athletes: An Overview with Dr. Marcus Biggers Sports medicine surgeon Marcus Biggers, MD discusses common knee injuries and their treatments.
Everything You Neet to Know About Tennis Elbow (Even if you Don’t Play Tennis) Although the name “Tennis Elbow” sounds like it requires a racket, it’s actually very common and caused by normal movements and tasks—not a mean backhand. What is Tennis Elbow? Tennis elbow, or lateral epicondylosis, is inflammation and small traumas of the […]
Races are back! With the Tour de France and the Olympics on TV, it’s hard not to get inspired to start increasing your training. However, training subjects the body to stress, but increasing the volume or intensity gradually over time means you can adapt to these stresses. To handle this progressive overload, you must balance […]
Low Back Pain: A treatments Options For Low Back Pain.
Spinal Cord Stimulation : A treatment option for patient with radicular and neuraxial back pain.