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Expanding Our Medical Team

The Center is pleased to announce these additions to our diverse team of highly-trained doctors. Each brings valuable skills and specific expertise to the team that will help keep pace with Central Oregon’s continued growth.

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Traveling with Back or Neck Pain

For many, summer means trips to visit friends and family, or vacations to exciting destinations. Here are some tips from our back and neck experts at The Center to make your travel as comfortable as possible.

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Dangers of Flip-Flops

Flip flops are great to slip into, but not necessarily the best choice for footwear. Wearing flip flops during extended periods of walking can cause foot pain and injuries beyond the basic stubbed toe or sunburn.

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Advanced Treatment for Toe Arthritis

The Center’s orthopedic surgeons are now offering a better treatment option for active patients suffering from toe arthritis that want to retain their range of motion in their toe joint and return to activities again

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Avoiding Common Gardening Injuries

Gardening is an enjoyable activity for many Central Oregonians. It is a great way to be outdoors and stay active in the summer months, but people often get injured by starting with large tasks and doing too much too soon.

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Smart Race Training

Training for a race is a great way to stay active and healthy, but it’s important to not burn yourself out. Whether you’re running your first 5K or training for your next marathon, here are some tips to help you make it to the finish line.

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Tips to Stay Active with Age

Each May the nation celebrates National Senior Health & Fitness Day. The goal is simple; to help promote the importance of physical activities for seniors.

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Soccer Injury Prevention

Soccer is the most popular team sport in the world, offering leagues and options for all age groups and genders. With more and more people playing soccer, it is not surprising that the number of soccer-related injuries are also increasing.

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