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If you’re suffering from chronic ankle pain, you may find relief with ankle replacement surgery.
Did you know? Your back pain might be a result of your hip arthritis. Learn more about how Hip Spine Syndrome may be to blame for your pain.
There are many treatments available to reduce or eliminate pain in the neck.
Are you experiencing pain in your heels, especially in the morning or after increased physical activity? You might have plantar fasciitis. Learn how you can identify the signs of plantar fasciitis and find relief.
After evaluating the extent of the damage or deterioration to your joints, your surgeon may suggest non-surgical treatment options. Pain by itself may not mean you are a good candidate for surgery. Nonsurgical treatment can range from medication to injections, and other forms of therapy. Non-surgical options for the knee: Cortisone injections Cortisone shots can [...]
After evaluating the extent of the damage or deterioration to your joints, your surgeon may suggest surgical treatment options. Once all conservative and non-surgical treatment options have been considered, a TPMG joint specialist will discuss any surgical options to restore function and eliminate pain. Surgical options include: Total Knee Arthroplasty More commonly referred to as [...]
We are happy to announce that Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections are now covered by TRICARE insurance for certain diagnoses.
Untreated osteoarthritis of the knee can lead to decreased mobility of the knee and increased pain that may worsen over time. Prolotherapy injections can help you play with your grandkids, walk your dog, ride your bike, and so much more.
The pain that accompanies an ingrown toenail can often become easy to ignore until it leads to something more serious.