Occasional knee pain is common, especially if you are active in your daily life. Your knee can hurt if you had a particularly long day spent on your feet or if you pushed yourself a little too much during your workout. Knee pain usually goes away with self-care methods like resting and applying ice. Chronic
Neck pain is a common complaint among American adults. Sometimes, patients get lucky and their neck pain goes away without seeing a specialist. If neck pain persists or worsens, however, don’t wait to see a pain specialist. Neck pain can interfere with work and sleep, and cause a dip in your quality of life. Common
When you’re in pain, it can be difficult to focus on other things, like your family, friends, career, and hobbies. This is why it is important to find a treatment solution, so you can find relief and focus on the important things in your life. If you are tired of suffering from pain, you could
When you’re in pain, the last thing you want to do is waste precious time on “solutions” that don’t work. You need relief – and you need it now. At Core Medical Center, we understand the importance of getting at the root of what is causing your pain. That way, we can come up with
Wondering if it is beneficial to undergo pain management services from an experienced chiropractor? According to the World Health Organization, 80% of people experience back pain at some point in their life and seek medical treatment to deal with their pain. If pain is getting in the way of functioning normally, learning how to manage it, is
Should We Assume an Orthopedic Surgeon is and Expert in Regenerative Medicine? This is a question or a statement we get from patients from time to time. It always makes me chuckle. Currently there is not a medical school that teaches regenerative medicine techniques for injections or harvesting for other uses then treating cancer anywhere.
A Comprehensive Approach to Pain Treatments Will Keep Patients Out of Surgery and Off Pain Medications The foundation of Core Medical Center is built on the drive to keep patients from going under the knife and off the drug train that is sweeping through our country. Where current medical practices have failed is that they