Spine Surgery

Considering Spine Surgery?

By Back, Neck, Non-Operative, Orthopedic Surgery, SpineNo Comments

Considering spine surgery is a major decision. For most people with spine pain, conservative, non-operative treatment is usually effective at relieving back pain. However, for people who have spine pain that seriously affects their daily life, and who receive no relief with non-operative care, spine surgery may be an effective option. If you have been told by your orthopedic surgeon…

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elbow pain

Why Does My Elbow Hurt?

By Arm, Elbow, Non-Operative, WristNo Comments

One of the most common causes for elbow pain is lateral epicondylitis. Lateral epicondylitis, commonly known as tennis elbow, is a condition that causes pain in and around your elbow and forearm. It is most commonly found in your dominant arm, and usually starts as gradual discomfort that worsens with time.   Pain in your elbow caused by lateral epicondylitis is…

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Runner’s Knee, A Common Cause of Knee Pain

By Joint, Knee, Non-OperativeNo Comments

Knee pain is one of the most common conditions treated in orthopedics. As the largest joint in your body, your knee is designed with a complex combination of ligaments, tendons, bones, and cartilage that work together to provide both mobility and stability for your every move.  One reason for knee pain is a condition known as patellofemoral pain syndrome, most…

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Meet Jennifer

By EMG, Injections, Neck, Nerve Conduction Studies, Non-Operative, Spine, Team RecognitionNo Comments

Meet Jennifer! Jennifer is a certified medical assistant who works with Dr. Hubbell. She plays an important part in the daily coordination of patient care, including getting patients ready for electromyography studies, also known as EMGs, and epidurals. Her favorite part of the job is the people she works and explains, “I enjoy my coworkers the most because they truly…

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