Now Hiring Medical Receptionist

This position is responsible for patient movement coordination. This includes communicating with the patient, registration, medical records requests from patients, attorneys, insurance companies, and vendors. The position will act as an ambassador on behalf of the company with customers, clients, and vendors in public. Read more

What is Tennis Elbow?

Tennis elbow happens when you overload or put continuous pressure on your elbow. Pain usually occurs on the outside of your arm, where your forearm meets your elbow (although it can also spread into your forearm or wrist).

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Have you heard of Mommy Wrist?

New parents who repeatedly lift their babies under their arms may experience a condition commonly called Mother’s Wrist,  caused by pointing the thumbs up and wrapping the other fingers around the back of the baby, which results in inflammation of the tendons below the thumbs.

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We’re Hiring a Radiologic Technologist Registered (RTR)

This position is responsible for patient movement coordination. This includes communicating with the patient via telephone and in person and performing x-ray studies. The position will act as an ambassador on behalf of the company with customers, clients, and vendors in public. Read more…

Muscle Pain, Numbness, Tingling or Weakness? An EMG May Help.

Do you suffer from muscle twitching, weakness, numbness, or paralysis? What about sensations of burning, pinpricks, or sudden shocks of electricity?

You’re not alone. Millions of Americans suffer from muscle and nerve pain. It can be frustrating for some and devastating or life-changing for others.

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Four Easy Ways for Runners to Eat Clean

“Eating clean” may be a trendy diet term, but it’s one runners can easily embrace. After all, real, whole foods, with health-boosting nutrients, that are low in (or free from) additives, and grown organically and in a sustainable way are good for your overall health and for peak performance.

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Food for thought; how good nutrition can help your joints

We’ve heard that a change in diet may help cholesterol levels or help to bring down blood pressure, but what effect can diet have on our joints? Although orthopedics tends to be a field of fixing things that are already broken, there are some things you can start changing about your diet that may go a long way …

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Best Ways To Recognize And Treat An Ankle Fracture

A fracture is a partial or complete break in a bone. An ankle fracture can range from a simple break in one bone, which may cause discomfort but not stop you from walking, to more serious fractures, which damage multiple bones that hold your ankle joint in place and may require surgery or immobilization for some time.

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