Monthly Archives: November 2018

5 Exercises for Acute Lower Back Pain

Earlier this week I posted about some myths and lower back pain. Here is a link. Acute back pain is recent pain. Pain that is less than a couple months old. A takeaways I like people to understand about acute lower … Continue reading

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5 Myths About Back Pain

Last week I put up a poll in the Eagle County Mountain Sports Injury Group about things people wanted to know about.  Here’s a link to the group if you are interested. The most answered topic was back pain, and a … Continue reading

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Patient Question Friday: Does _______ Work?

This isn’t one question I get from any particular person. Its a form of a question I get from almost every person. Does something work for my problem? The something can be a wide variety of options medications, surgery, creams … Continue reading

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Concepts of Pain

Last time I talked a bit about “pain science” Here is a graphic that talks about some of the core concepts of pain. Some of these concepts are becoming more well known in the medical world and to the average … Continue reading

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