Tips and Solutions for Morning Back Pain

Tips and Solutions for Morning Back Pain

One of the most common complaints from chronic back pain sufferers is back pain first thing in the morning. For some folks, it rears its ugly head on occasion and appears out of nowhere – as if they’ve “thrown their back out”. For others, it’s like Groundhog Day – they go to bed feeling greatRead More…

Four Surprising Contributors to Lingering Knee Pain

Four Surprising Contributors to Lingering Knee Pain

Approximately 25% of adults suffer from lingering, chronic knee pain without any clear reason why.  For some, aging and arthritis is to blame, and it’s something to just “live” with. For others, they’re told it’s due to “wear and tear”. Yet despite one or more surgeries to “clean out the knee” – the pain lingersRead More…

Torn Meniscus? Is Surgery Worth it?

Torn Meniscus? Is Surgery Worth it?

It’s estimated that approximately 750,000 arthroscopic knee surgeries are performed every year – the majority of them being due to a torn meniscus. But at a cost of about $4 billion per year – is this surgery even worth it? Let’s investigate… Arthroscopic knee surgery is a minimally invasive procedure that’s commonly done to helpRead More…

Ace Your Game Without Knee Pain: Expert Advice Inside!

Ace Your Game Without Knee Pain: Expert Advice Inside!

Struggling with knee pain but not willing to give up your favorite sports like pickleball and tennis? You’re in the right place! At Manual Medicine Spine & Sports Physical Therapy, we understand your passion for staying active, and we’re here to ensure knee pain doesn’t hold you back. Let’s dive into some of your most pressing questions:Read More…

6 Reasons Your Back Surgery Failed

6 Reasons Your Back Surgery Failed

Back surgery, often viewed as a last resort for those suffering from debilitating back pain, has become increasingly common in the last 15 years A quick Google search reveals that an estimated 1.5 million spinal fusions are performed annually in the United States alone. When you consider that 70-80% of all back pain is consideredRead More…

Page 1 of 2