Fibromyalgia: Stop the Suffering!

On November 27, 2016, in Dr. Marie Tholl, Family medicine, Integrated Medicine, Women's Health, by Dr. Dino Pappas

Fibromyalgia Sucks One of the conditions we see in the functional and conservative internal medicine part of the practice (Comprehensive Internal Medicine) is fibromyalgia. Boy, this can be challenging for both the patient and doctor! Our hearts go out to patients suffering from fibromyalgia. Over the past 7 years in practice, we’ve found too many patients […]

Anterior Hip, Low Back and Anterior Thigh Mobilization

On November 15, 2016, in Active Care, Back Pain, Chiropractic, Chiropractor, Dr. Dino Pappas, Pain, Physical Therapy, Quad Pain, by Dr. Dino Pappas

We use the following mobilization to get some motion in the front of the hip, low back and front of the thigh. The mobilization can be used in the treatment of hip pain, low back pain and anterior thigh pain. Please note that this exercise is not a cure-all or 1 size fits all exercise for […]

Diaper Rash Can Be A Pain In the Butt!

On November 15, 2016, in Dr. Marie Tholl, Family medicine, Integrated Medicine, Pediatrics, by Dr. Dino Pappas

Diaper rash can be a pain in the butt!  Did you know that an under appreciated reason for diaper rash is delayed onset food sensitivities? Delayed onset food sensitivities are an immune reaction to food consumed that occurs hours to days later. The immune reaction creates skin irritation leading to a rash. The diaper rash […]

Marathon Recovery Tips

On November 15, 2016, in Dr. Dino Pappas, Endurance Athletes, Running, Sports Medicine, by Dr. Dino Pappas

So, you’ve just run a marathon.  First, congrats!  Second, you’re probably thinking…So now what?  Well the answer here is that it’s time to recover.  An integral part of any training and performance program is recovery. You can’t train all the time and expect to perform without proper recovery. In the sports medicine world, we have […]

The Big Toe

On November 15, 2016, in Pain, by Dr. Dino Pappas

The big toe is critical for lower 1/4 (foot, ankle, shin, knee, hip, pelvis and low back) function. It’s a linchpin for one of the fundamental human movements (upright walking). Without the big toe, think traumatic amputation, you’d have a good chance for falling over.  The big toe is that critical for balance!  The big […]

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