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Tag Archives: Recovery



Jun 04, 2019
What is “Prehab’”?? And how to properly prepare for an elective surgery

Barring any significant trauma requiring immediate medical attention, musculoskeletal surgeries are typically elective. Whether its a total joint replacement [of the knee, hip, and shoulders], a rotator cuff repair, or minor spinal surgeries, insurance companies won’t typically classify these as “necessary”, no matter how much pain you’re in. Whatever the diagnosis is, when the time […]

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Mar 17, 2019
Foam Rolling: What’s All the Hype About?

A common question I get from patients, from younger athletes to weekend warriors, is if there is a benefit to foam rolling. Foam rolling has been in the athletic world for a long time and is still growing in popularity. So there must be something too it right? Many people I know swear by it […]

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May 30, 2017
What to Expect After a Knee Replacement

It is estimated that there are currently 4.7 million Americans with knee replacements. In fact, if you are 60 or older, more likely than not,  you or someone you know has undergone knee replacement surgery. For those who have significant knee pain and arthritis, a knee replacement, often a last resort, can significantly improve the […]

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