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Archive for March 2008

Physical Therapy: Q & A

As of January 1st, I decided I would work out at least 4 times a week. Unfortunately, while working out, I felt a snap in the back of my thigh and then severe pain. A subsequent visit to my doctor revealed a pulled hamstring muscle. What exactly does that mean? What should I do and how do I make sure it doesn’t happen again?
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Written by Brooks Juneau

March 25, 2008 at 3:27 pm

All Fads Are Not Hip…

…especially when it comes to fad diets, where vitually anything goes. Many of us have “tried everything” without long-term success; which is why attaching our hopes to the latest craze, promising results, is almost second nature.
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Written by Brooks Juneau

March 25, 2008 at 3:26 pm

Celebration of Our Patient’s Success – A Physicians Tale

Dr. Devyani Khambete is one busy woman. Not only is she a successful pediatrician, she’s a wife and mother of two active children. Maintaining her health with a holistic diet and routine exercise is the only way she feels competent to stay on schedule; which is why the onset of hip pain following a long flight to and from Japan made her stop and take notice.
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Written by Brooks Juneau

March 1, 2008 at 3:23 pm

When Hip Pain Won’t Wane

Hip pain is a symptom created by an array of causes and conditions. Any pain is a signal from the body to let you know something is wrong. Hip pain should not be ignored, tolerated or medicated, as it can be an insight into the genesis of future musculoskeletal problems. Instead, the cause should be ascertained immediately to determine the most appropriate course of treatment. This proactive approach can prevent additional problems and help avoid invasive treatments.
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Written by Brooks Juneau

March 1, 2008 at 3:21 pm

Posted in Hip