Can Physical Therapy Relieve Low Back Pain After An Injury or An Accident?

Our spine is like a set of stackable blocks with bones that keeps you erect, provide a stable base, maintain posture, absorb shock and protect the spinal cord. Anything wrong with it can lead to pain from the base of the head to the bottom of your tailbone. The lower part of the backbone is [&hellip

Benefits of Lumbar Support Braces for Low Back Pain

Lower back pain is an extremely common condition, with a prevalence rate of up to 84% in the adult population. Most lower back pain occurs due to strained muscles and ligaments caused by heavy or improper lifting or following a sudden awkward movement. These types of injuries are often sustained in workplace injuries and motor [&hellip

OrthoPro Services Earns Highly Coveted BOC Facility Accreditation

PRESS RELEASE NOV 1, 2016 New York, NY, November 1, 2016 (Newswire.com) – OrthoPro Services, Inc., has successfully completed a rigorous process to earn highly-coveted DMEPOS (Durable Medical Equipment, Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Supplies) Accreditation from the Board for Certification/Accreditation (BOC). Facility accreditation is awarded only when a healthcare facility has successfully demonstrated its compliance to [&hellip

Can Children Have Bipolar Disorder?

Until recent years, medical science did not widely recognize that children can experience other mental illnesses besides attention deficit hyperactivity-disorder. In fact, most doctors refused to diagnose children with bipolar disorder even if the symptoms supported such a diagnosis. Bipolar disorder is a potentially serious condition where a child can rapidly swing from over-excitement, or [&hellip

What Exactly Is Leukemia?

Leukemia is a commonly known but often misunderstood medical term that refers to a potentially serious cancer of the blood. Someone with leukemia has too many white blood cells in his body because his bone marrow is not properly functioning. White blood cells in appropriate numbers help fight infections, but when there are too many [&hellip

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