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Quadriceps Tendonitis Treatments

Quadriceps Tendonitis Treatments

Quadriceps tendonitis (or tendinopathy) is a term used to describe inflammation and irritation of the quadriceps tendon, a painful condition that can occur due to overuse or overdoing a specific activity. Anyone can be affected by this overuse ... View More...

Is a Bunionette Causing Your Foot Pain?

Is a Bunionette Causing Your Foot Pain?

A bunionette, or tailor’s bunion, is a bony bump on the outer side of the fifth toe. Despite the cute-sounding name, bunionettes are not harmless little foot problems. The condition can be small and painless at the start, but as the bump grows,  ... View More...

Avoid a Back Injury with Safe Lifting Techniques

Avoid Back Injury

It’s easy to suffer a back injury when lifting heavy objects. Whether your work requires frequent heavy lifting or you only occasionally lift large or unwieldy items, you’re at risk for a sprain, strain, herniated disk or other painful spine-rel ... View More...

Robotic Hip Replacement Surgery Wound Care

Robotic Hip Replacement

Robotic hip replacement surgery is a minimally invasive surgical technique. Although the prosthetic components are the same as those used for traditional hip arthroplasty, the incisions required for implant placement are much smaller. Smaller incis ... View More...

Knee Replacement Surgery and Fall Risks

Knee Replacement Surgery

If you’re having knee replacement surgery this winter, you may have concerns about falling. With all the ice and snow here in northern Utah — and with you a little unsteady on your feet — you have a right to be worried about taking a tum ... View More...

Is Hand Arthritis Caused by Cracking Your Knuckles?

Hand Arthritis

Will you get hand arthritis if you crack your knuckles? Chances are, your mother or grandmother warned you to stop cracking your knuckles as a child. But if you’re like many people, you do it anyway. Up to 45 percent of the population cracks the ... View More...

Do You Have a Migraine or a Cervicogenic Headache?

cervicogenic-headache

A cervicogenic headache can often resemble a true migraine, causing confusion for patients suffering from this painful condition. Cervicogenic headache is a form of referred pain resulting from a problem in the cervical spine (neck). But because mig ... View More...