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Eastern Idaho Spine, Sports and Rehab Center
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When deciding what topic to blog this month, I elected to focus on a darker subject. At our practice we try to focus on healthy living including diet and exercise. In my opinion, one of the key forms of a healthy diet is limiting/lessening the bad…
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Came across this interesting read, in the New York Times, of all places. It pretty much summarizes my practice philosophy on how to deal with many knee problems, with a few exceptions (read my critiques at the bottom). What I Wish I’d Known About My Knees…
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Back pain is one of the most common health complaints. In fact, it is estimated that 80 percent of people will suffer from back pain at some point. Knowing the cause of your back pain is one of the keys to properly treating it. There are a number of…
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I often get asked questions about inversion tables. Even though these products have been around for decades the ability to market products has become easier with our advancing technology. Every provider has their initial assumption on a product, is it…
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On I-15, near where I live, there is a prominent billboard advertising back surgery with large title header, “FIX YOUR BACK”. I sigh in discouragement, frustration and irritation every time I drive by, although it does always re-inspire me to help…
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I saw a patient yesterday who is six weeks out from bilateral knee replacements and struggling. One knee remains stiff and painful and both knees remain hot and swollen. Her summer is shot. She had originally planned to have the replacements done in the…
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I often get questions about muscle spasms/cramps. While everyone is at risk for muscle spasms at any time, they are more common in the warmer months. What is a muscle spasm/cramp? Definitions may vary but the general thought is that it represents a sudden…
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"I just got back from Philadelphia, PA where I had the wonderful opportunity to attend a seminar discussing the advances in neurostimulation... - Craig K."

http://eastidspine.com/neuromodulation/
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Eastern Idaho Sports, Spine & Rehab Center
2375 E Sunnyside Rd a
Idaho Falls, ID 83404
(208)535-4343

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