The Difference Between a Sprain and Strain

Individuals with active lifestyles are commonly prone to injured muscles, tendons and ligaments. The soft tissues are more likely injured during exercises, sports and athletic activities. However, even simple daily activities may cause a musculoskele...

What to Expect During Radio-Frequency Neurotomy Treatment

A radio-frequency neurotomy is a musculoskeletal m...

Arthritis is On The Rise. How Can I Prevent Joint Pain?

Arthritis is the inflammation of one or more joint...

What is Spinal Cord Stimulation as a Treatment for Pain?

The use of spinal cord stimulation (SCS) for pain ...

Pros and Cons of Joint Injections

Here at PM&R Associates, we combine new and tr...

Common Causes of Shoulder Injuries

The shoulder is a highly mobile joint composed of ...

How Can Stem Cell Therapy Help Degenerative Disc Disease?

Degenerative disc disease is a degenerative proces...

4 Tips for Knee Pain Relief

Do you spend most of your working hours standing o...

How to Prepare for a Stem Cell Treatment

If you’ve elected to receive a stem cell treatme...