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Our collaborative teams of doctors and specialists treat each condition with a whole body approach. With expertise across multiple fields and disciplines, we understand the complex relationships between the physical, emotional, and mental components impacting your health. Together, we’ll assess and address the root causes of your condition so that you feel your best—from head to toe.

Ways We Can Treat You

Knee Injury & Pain

Knee pain is one of our most common grievances—with the location and severity of knee pain dependent on the cause. Signs and symptoms of knee injury include swelling, stiffness, redness, weakness, popping or cracking noises, and the inability to straighten your knee.

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Back & Neck Pain

One of the most common reasons for doctor’s visits, back pain can be concentrated in a region of your neck or back, or may radiate down legs. You also may find that your back pain worsens with walking, lifting, bending, and twisting motions. Another common pain experience, neck pain can be caused by stress and the tightening of muscles in the area, poor posture, or overuse or straining of your neck muscles. Some degenerative conditions can cause you to experience neck pain, which you might feel as pain directly in your neck or as pain radiating down your shoulders or arms.

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Arthritis causes inflammation in and the breaking down of your joints. These changes in your joints can cause you to experience swelling, pain, stiffness, tenderness, and decreased range in motion—with symptoms most commonly felt in your feet, hands, hips, knees, and lower back.

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Headaches & Migraines

One of the most common pain conditions you may experience, headaches cause pain in the head, face, upper neck, and shoulders, and range from mild and short-lived to severe and debilitating. Migraines are a type of extremely painful headache that cause you to feel intense, throbbing, and often debilitating headache pain. Often felt on one side of your head, migraines can last anywhere from a few hours to several days.

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Wounds, Lesions, and Ulcers

The wound healing process can be disrupted by a number of factors, resulting in persistent chronic wounds that become infected and do not heal. These wounds are commonly linked to diabetes, which negatively impacts immune system, nerve, and circulatory functions essential to the wound healing process.

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Nerve Pain, Numbness & Tingling

Your nerves send signals between your brain and spinal cord, and the rest of your body—including muscles, skin, arms, hands, legs, and feet. When your nerves are damaged or destroyed, they can’t effectively relay messages, and this malfunction can trigger painful numbness, tingling, weakness, and burning.

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Personal Injury & Auto Accidents

The significant, and often violent, forces of a car crash can cause tremendous damage to your body as it’s slammed, crushed, bent, and twisted. Among the most common car crash injuries are bruising and contusions; broken bones; whiplash; neck and back trauma; concussion; traumatic brain injury; internal bleeding; and emotional trauma.

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Athletic Recovery & Performance

Athletic injuries come in all shapes and sizes—each with its own set of symptoms and complications. Among the most common athletic injuries you may experience are knee injuries, anterior cruciate ligament tears, groin and hamstring pulls, shoulder injuries, and shin splints.

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Hormone Imbalance

Your hormones are your body’s chemical messengers—controlling and managing hundreds of essential functions in your body. Sometimes, your glands produce too much or too little of a hormone—resulting in a hormone imbalance. A hormone imbalance can cause significant changes in how your body functions—triggering a range of health probems and symptoms such as changes in weight, blood pressure, sleep patterns, sex drive, and mood.

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Depression & Anxiety

When your automatic stress system is activated too often, your body suffers. Chronic stress can contribute to headaches, neck and back pain, stomach and digestive issues, a weakened immune system, high blood pressure, and weight fluctuations. Stress also can cause changes in the brain—impacting irritability, ability to focus, anger, sleeplessness, depression, and anxiety.

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Chronic & Cognitive Fatigue

Mental exhaustion, or cognitive fatigue, can happen when your mind is overloaded and overdriven, and can cause mental blocks, appetite fluctuations, insomnia, and irritability. The symptoms of cognitive fatigue overlap with those of chronic fatigue, which is unexplained extreme fatigue that lasts for more than six months. With chronic fatigue, you may suffer from memory, focus, and concentration issues, dizziness that worsens when you change position, and sleep that doesn’t replenish you.

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Sexual Dysfunction

Affecting men and women of all ages, sexual dsyfunction encompasses a set of conditions that cause you to experience persistent and recurrent difficulties with your sexual desire, response, orgasm, or with pain during intercourse.

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