Pain Medicine is in Pain

LEXINGTON In an article within the New England Journal of Medicine in 2012, Phillip Pizzo, MD, and Noreen Clark, PhD,

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MILD® Gets a Second Look

LEXINGTON Experiencing back issues as we age is so prevalent, it’s almost a universal condition. In fact, according to iData

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Fixing the Unfixable

GEORGETOWN, KY David Waespe, MD, visited Switzerland twice in a 12-year span, but the trips could not have been more

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Restoring Function through Pain Management

LEXINGTON Rick Pellant, DO, practices Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) at The Pain Treatment Center of the Bluegrass (PTC), a

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Physical Therapy – Medicine in Motion

LEXINGTON Jason Goumas, PT, CSAS, has more than 20 years of diverse experience in physical therapy, mostly in the outpatient

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He Feels Your Pain

LONDON/RICHMOND, KY It’s important for any physician to be able to communicate expectations to their patients. In some cases, that’s

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Welcome to the Orthopedic, Sports, and Physical Medicine Issue

“Truly I tell you, no prophet is accepted in his hometown. Luke 4:24 It was 35 years ago, in 1983,

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New KentuckyOne Health Foot and Ankle Surgeon Makes His Mark in the Bluegrass

LEXINGTON / MT. STERLING, KY Fifty years ago podiatry may have been chiefly concerned with corns and calluses, but todays

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Child Neurologist Uses Acupuncture to Treat Migraines

LOUISVILLE When Elizabeth S. Doll, MD, was completing her residency in child neurology in Salt Lake City, Utah two years

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Loneliness: It’s Even More Hazardous to Your Health Than Smoking, Drinking, or Obesity

What could possibly be more hazardous to your health than obesity, drinking excessively or smoking up to fifteen cigarettes a

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