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You’ve Got Some Nerve

May 2, 2017 | Neurological Issues
You’ve Got Some Nerve

On occasion, you’ve probably gotten out of bed only to realize part of your body is still asleep. It’s a weird feeling, combining burning, numbness, pain, tingling and weakness. But what if those altered sensations, called dysesthesias, were chronic?

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To Call Or Not To Call?

March 7, 2017 | Pain Management, Surgery
To Call Or Not To Call?

Aches and pains are something we all deal with from time to time. They often are minor and resolve with over the counter medications or rest. We chalk it up to old injuries or age and search the internet to diagnose ourselves, but persistent pain should be evaluated by a doctor.

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When Life Shouldn’t Be A Pain In The Neck

February 13, 2017 | Pain Management, Surgery
When Life Shouldn’t Be A Pain In The Neck

Are you feeling pain or weakness under your shoulder blade that radiates out to your arm, forearm, and hand? Sometimes the pain is intermittent, other times it may come on suddenly. Some patients report feeling a tingling sensation, and others also have difficulty doing day-to-day tasks like opening jars, writing, getting dressed, or lifting heavy objects. With unexplained pain, it can sometimes be difficult to realize that the source of it may be found in your neck and could be a condition called cervical radiculopathy.

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