Bottom Line: For years, opioid medications were commonly prescribed for people with back injuries. As a matter of fact, doctors have written enough opioid prescriptions for every adult in the US to have a bottle. This practice has led to the devastation of millions of lives....

Bottom Line: Up to one-third of Americans live with chronic pain on a daily basis, and many have become reliant upon opioids to treat it. It seems as though a day doesn’t pass without seeing a tragic story linked to opioids in the news. And while...

Bottom Line:The business of sports is a multi-billion dollar industry worldwide. Athletes are given access to a variety of the best healthcare options to help them play at the highest level possible. Over the past few years, you may have noticed some familiar faces on...

Bottom Line: Pinched nerves are not exactly what most people would call a good time. A pinched or compressed nerve can cause pain, numbness, tingling, or weakness in your arm or leg. It can be debilitating! When the nerves are leaving your spinal column they...

In the United States, low back pain is second only to the common cold as the reason for patients to seek medical care.  Patients often receive advanced imaging as a way to point to the source of their pain.  The relationship between abnormalities in the...