Tech Neck

By : on : July 1, 2019 comments : (0)

Technology is everywhere. Computers, video games, smart phones, iPods, iPads, and tablets. It’s a tech world, and most people spend an average of two to four hours a day looking at their smartphones – usually in a neck-bent position. Over the course of a year, this adds up to between 700 and 1,400 hours. Busy […]

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Nerve pain?

By : on : July 1, 2019 comments : (0)

See a Neurosurgeon! If you have chronic pain in your arms or legs. You have probably thought about how to get rid of it. You might wonder what has caused it. The cause of your pain might offer clues about how to relieve your pain. For example, if you pain is caused by a pulled […]

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By : on : June 26, 2019 comments : (0)

Having surgery is a big decision and it is in your best interest to ask questions so you know how to prepare, how to select a qualified surgeon, and what to expect both immediately and after the surgery and longer term. Here are some questions to help with a starting point to guide your conversation […]

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Preventing Blood Clots After Surgery At Home with PlasmaFlow

By : on : June 6, 2019 comments : (0)

Platelets, which are a form of blood cells, and plasma, the liquid part of your blood, join forces to help stop bleeding and form a clot in an injured area.You’re probably most familiar with blood clots on the skin surface, which are commonly referred to as scabs. Usually once the injured area heals, your body […]

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Improve your core strength to improve your balance!

By : on : May 29, 2019 comments : (0)

Physical therapy as an industry has been talking about the link between core strength and better balance for years. When the “core” muscles around your trunk are strong, they prevent chronic lower back pain and many other injuries, but they also keep you from losing your balance and falling down. A stronger core will help […]

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Jerry Valentine, PT, Axis Brain & Back

Physical Therapy After Spine Surgery

By : on : May 24, 2019 comments : (0)

Physical Therapy after spine surgery can help you restore the strength of your spine. A gradual return to everyday activities are important for your full recovery after spine surgery. A physical therapist can help you determine the correct exercise to perform after surgery. The appropriate post surgery therapy plan will help a patient achieve maximum […]

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Neck Exercises

By : on : April 30, 2019 comments : (0)

A PAIN IN THE NECK Daily living, poor posture, and injury can often result in tight neck muscles. Neck pain is an extremely common condition that affects the general population. Here are a few easy exercises that can help relieve neck pain. Stretching your neck can have a positive impact on pain, posture, and overall […]

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On The Road To Recovery After Surgery

By : on : April 16, 2019 comments : (0)

Who will help me start my recovery in the hospital after I have had neurosurgery? Skilled professionals will assess your needs and make sure you get the care you need as healing begins. Hospitalist. A physician who specializes in the care of patients during the hospital stay and works closely with the surgeon’s team to […]

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Billy’s Story

By : on : April 2, 2019 comments : (0)

We are so proud of our patient Billy C! He initially came to see Dr. Rubin in January this year. In a few short weeks he went from living a very active life to requiring a wheelchair to get around. Even eating for Billy was difficult because he no longer had the strength or coordination […]

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What Do the Words on My MRI Mean?

By : on : March 21, 2019 comments : (0)

If you are experiencing back, neck or joint pain. A medical provider may recommend you have a magnetic resonance imaging study or MRI. The MRI is a form of imaging that is useful in seeing the body’s internal structure. MRI scans are analyzed by radiologists and other physicians trained to read the imaging. Many of […]

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