Failed Knee Surgery

Knee Surgery Gone Wrong? It’s More Common Than You Think.

Arthroscopic knee surgery is one of the most common surgeries performed. Despite research telling us that it’s not nearly as effective as most people are led to believe. Science tells us that people who do undergo arthroscopic knee surgery are likely to have knee arthritis that advances rapidly. This results in a total knee replacement that you […]

Holding Knee with Arthritis

Three Tips to Protect Your Knees From Arthritis

Knee arthritis is one of the most common forms of osteoarthritis. Knee arthritis accounts for more than 80% of all osteoarthritis and impacts at least 19% of Americans over the age of 45. For many, a diagnosis of knee osteoarthritis leads to chronic, debilitating knee pain that stops them from doing all of their favorite […]

Man getting knee pain treatment

Four Reasons Your Knee Pain isn’t Going Away

Approximately 25% of adults suffer from chronic knee pain and for many, they don’t have a clear reason or diagnosis as to why. They’ve been told to accept that their knee pain is due to arthritis, age, or wear and tear. So why then, are some people able to get rid of their pain with proper knee […]

Knee Pain Causes

Top 3 Causes of Knee Pain and What To Do.

Knee pain is the second most common complaint when it comes to musculoskeletal problems. Right behind back pain. It impacts one-third of all Americans at any given time. I speak to a lot of folks in their 50’s and 60’s who love to ski, run, hike and bike. Their biggest fear is that ongoing knee pain could […]

3 Signs Balance Problems are all “In Your Head”

As we get older – balance problems tend to creep up on us. Everything from poor vision to weak muscles to stiff joints can have an impact on how steady we are on our feet. Activities like Yoga and Tai Chi are great for improving balance because they help you to focus and become more […]


Stress Hurts! It’s Scientifically Proven, and it’s Time For a Solution

Stress hurts. We all experience pain on a regular basis. In the last week, you’ve probably either had a headache, felt some uncomfortable muscle tension, pushed through stiffness and fatigue. Or maybe you had an upset stomach on at least one occasion. Maybe all of those symptoms are a regular part of your life. You’ve just come […]

Herniated Disc

Three Ways to Keep your Back from “Going Out”

Four out of five people will experience a debilitating back pain episode at one point during their lives. For many this will be from a pulled back muscle. Typically, we put more effort into caring for our backs during those times than when we’re feeling good. But it’s critical that we take good care of […]


How MRI’s Lead Back Pain Sufferers to Unnecessary Procedures

Have you ever had back pain and wondered…Do I need an MRI to figure it out? One popular questions I get from clients is if they need an MRI when experiencing back pain or sciatica. It’s pretty standard protocol when you go see a doctor – but is it necessary? In most cases… NO. About 70-80% of […]


Failed Back Surgery Syndrome? You’re not alone.

Back pain impacts approximately 80% of the population. The response to that has been more and more back surgeries being performed each year. However, despite more surgeries being performed, people aren’t having any less back pain. In fact, those that do get back surgery only have success rates of 50%. After a few years, their […]

Three Ways You’re Getting Back Pain Treatment Wrong

If you’re over the age of 40 and reading this, odds are pretty good that you’ve experienced back pain at least once in your life. In fact, four out of five people are impacted by back pain, and for many, it’s a constant back-and-forth year after year. Keep reading to learn three ways you could […]