What is Juvenile Arthritis and What to do About It?

Over a quarter of a million children are now being diagnosed with Juvenile Arthritis.  The largest portion of this population consists of children with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis, which basically means the cause is largely unknown. Parents may write off their child’s symptoms because they can often mimic signs of the flu or an allergic reaction.  Itchiness, redness of joints, swelling, […]

Shoulder Pain Helped

“It Feels Like It’s Ripping Apart” Shoulder Pain is common. This is mainly due to the nature of the shoulder joint itself. It has the most range of motion in the body. Think of all of the ways your shoulder can move. Whether you’re reaching across the table for something or scratching the itch on […]

Why Do I Have Chronic Pain?

“I’ve just learned to live with the pain…” We often get patients in our office that have dealt with pain for several years. In fact, in 2016, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimated that 20% of US adults suffered from chronic pain. I can remember a patient suffering from pain for so long that […]