Treating Cancers That are Bad to the Bone and Soft Tissues

LOUISVILLE Like many medical doctors, Rodolfo Zamora, MD, is the type of person who enjoys problem solving. He liked numbers,

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Nitrous Oxide for Pain Relief

LEXINGTON Every birth is unique and special, so it’s important to find the perfect birth plan for each mother and

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Physical Therapy can Address Developmental Delays in Children

LOUISVILLE As children grow and develop, we marvel in the developmental trail they blaze, often taking for granted the complex

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Presenting a New Wellness Paradigm for Pain

LEXINGTON Bodies were built to heal. This simple, yet profound statement is the cornerstone of Danesh Mazloomdoost, MD’s, practice. Mazloomdoost,

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UofL Tackles Opioid Misuse Among Seniors

LOUISVILLE According to 2016 data from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, more than 500,000 Medicare Part D

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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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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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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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