Top Rated Pain Management Doctor 2021

Here’s The Deal: “Dr. Keith B. Javery holds board certifications in both Anesthesiology and Pain Management who obtained his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine. He provides improved pain management through multiple modalities, including injection and medical therapies. Dr. Keith understands the importance of listening to the patients and…

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Happy Anniversary Kelsey

We have enjoyed working with Kelsey each day. We know her patients appreciate the passionate care that she provides to help them improve pain and to get their life back. Over the past few years, we have gotten to know Kelsey and have truly enjoyed collaborating with her to help many people living with chronic…

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Tools To Help You Keep Training Hard After 50

As we age our body needs more and more attention to stay in shape. Once we hit 50 (the half-century mark) we need even more focus than we were in our 20’s and 30’s. Here are a few steps to help you with continued success by working smart. Step 1: Change Your Mindset Dumbells Are…

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Degenerative Disc Disease Explained

  In degenerative disc disease we think of this as a long-term condition where the cushioning material, meaning the water and the gel in the disc wears out over time, it dries out. You do not have as much cushion between the bones of your spine, that can make it hard to move, that can…

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Neck Pain Exercises

In many instances the neck paiin that your’re feeling is caused by poor posture. Here is the good news, that neck pain you are experiencing is common, typically goes away after a few weeks and is rarely serious. The other good news? Like the core of your body (your belly) there are exercises that you…

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Shoulder and Arm Pain

We have started the year talking about some common injuries that you might be experiencing in part because of the work from home mandates or even because the weather makes walking and running a bit more treacherous because of ice and snow. Today we are talking about shoulder pain and some of the causes, in…

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Back Pain Blog

In 2020 many people experienced working from home for the first time ever. One of the issues with working from home is that the seats in your house are not designed to sit in for 8-10 hours a day hunched over a computer. These sitting arrangements can lead to poor posture which can lead to…

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Knee Pain Blog

Written by, Heather Metz, AGNP-C Knee pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal complaints that patients discuss with their medical providers. Knee pain can be caused by arthritis, injury, and overuse. The knee’s main function as a hinge joint is to bend, straighten, and bear the weight of the body. The knee is made…

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Degenerative Disc Disease vs Herniated Disc

Several of you have been asking about the difference between degenerative disc disease and a herniated disc. One of the characteristics is the shape of the disc. In degenerative disc disease we think of this as a long-term condition where the cushioning material, meaning the water and the gel in the disc wears out over…

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How Animals Can Help Treat Chronic Pain

Written by, Heather Metz, AGNP-C (Yes, your furry friends do much more than offer companionship) Many people have pets whether it be man’s best friend, cats, birds, reptiles, rodents, and everything in between, but did you know there are health benefits to owning a pet? Even if you’re not enthusiastic about owning a pet yourself,…

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