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.
There is no denying the beauty of freshly fallen snow on the Central Oregon landscape, but along with the winter wonderland comes the chore of shoveling snow. Here are five tips to stay safe and prevent injuries.
As common as neck pain is, the triggers may vary. Whether it is from working at a desk or computer, poor sleeping habits, having arthritis in the joints, or lifting and carrying heavy objects throughout the day, it all takes a toll.
Understanding minimally invasive surgery and the benefits of smaller incisions, including hip arthroscopy and spinal issues. Many surgeons and patients prefer this technique when it’s possible to utilize it. If you need to have surgery and are considering this method for yourself, you may want to explore the concept and benefits of minimally invasive surgery.
We all know sitting is not good for us, but could it really be as dangerous as smoking? If you are reading this while sitting down, you may want to stand up.