You’ve been having back or neck pain on and off for months, maybe years. You’re not sleeping as well as you could, or you’re not doing the things you’d like to do because of pain. These are serious issues not because they require serious care but because they can have an enormous impact on quality …Read More
What is “peak performance” in orthopedic surgery? A team from Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in Manhattan decided to define and answer that question by way of a review of the literature regarding training principles which may (or may not) help trainees achieve peak performance. Read more here.
Back pain is one of the most frequently-expressed complaints among adults of all ages. It is estimated that more than 90 percent of adults experience acute or chronic spinal pain during their lifetime. However common chronic back pain may be, that does not make daily back pain normal. When your back or neck hurts frequently, …Read More