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  • The spine is comprised of both hard and soft tissues that work together to provide function and mobility to the body. If an area of the neck or back is injured, the entire structure begins to compensate for the injury causing a degradation in stability and function. Restoring stability and functionality by reducing your pain is possible when treating:
    • discogenic back pain, facet arthritis, bulging discs and degenerative disc disease.

  • Your shoulder is involved in small and large movements throughout the day. Shoulder injuries can result from the tiniest exertions like writing or driving a car. Frequently, a person might not even know they are suffering from a shoulder injury. If left untreated, the pain can become intolerable. Reducing or relieving this type of pain is possible when treating:
    • partial rotator cuff tears, labral tears, and mild to moderate osteoarthritis

  • The knee joint is a relatively complex anatomical structure. In addition to a variety of ligaments to maintain stability and the presence of large muscle groups. It is used in almost all motion and over time will begin to degenerate from overuse. Joint pain in the knee can be extremely painful and challenging for anyone. If left untreated, the pain can be intolerable. Reducing or relieving this type of pain is possible when treating:
    • o Mild to moderate osteoarthritis, partial ligament tears: ACL & PCL, partial meniscal tears, and augmented ACL or PCL reconstruction

  • The foot and ankle work together to provide support and mobility to the body. Injuries to the foot and ankle occur often. The constant pressures we cause with simple, line walking or stretching, often exasperate these injuries. Over time, we collect scars with these injuries making it difficult for our body to heal on its own. Reducing or relieving this type of pain is possible when treating:
    • o Mild to moderate osteoarthritis, tendon inflammation, partial achilles tendon tears, and muscle strain/sprains.

  • The hip joint is one of the most important joints in the human body. It allows us to walk, run, and jump. It bears our body's weight and the force of the strong muscles of the hip and leg. The constant motion of walking, running, biking or climbing involves our hips. The compression of these movements starts to wear on the joint over time. Reducing or relieving this type of pain is possible when treating:
    • O Mild to moderate osteoarthritis, labral tears, articular cartilage injuries and congenital deformities of the hip
Devin K. Datta, MD
Richard A. Hynes, MD, FACS
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S. Farhan Zaidi, MD
Lawrence A. Zeff
Steven G. Ortiz
Anne C. Gregg, PA-C
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