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How Regenerative Medicine Can Help You Heal From an Injury Faster Nov 1st, 2019

Advancements in medical technology and medicine have created treatments for injury and disease that get you back to full function without pain, long recovery, or surgery. We offer regenerative medicine at Progressive Spine and Sports Medicine in Ramsey, New Jersey, which can help you heal faster than you might have...

What Is a Nerve Block and How Can It Help Me Oct 1st, 2019

If you have severe or chronic pain, you’re not alone. Approximately 50 million men and women experience chronic pain. 20 million live with pain so debilitating it limits their work or quality of life. But solutions are available. The secret to finding the best results is understanding the source of...

How Spinal Cord Stimulators Offer Drug-free Relief to Chronic Back Pain Sep 1st, 2019

If you have back pain that lasts more than 12 weeks, your back pain is considered chronic. If the pain persists, it could cause other problems. For example, you may change the way you walk, sit, or run, and thus put undue stress on your joints and cause your body...

Why Do I Have Varicose Veins and How Can I Get Rid of Them? Aug 1st, 2019

Varicose veins — those ropey, bulging veins that typically develop in your legs — are a common problem in the United States, affecting more than a third of the population. While you may find some comfort in the fact that you’re not alone, these numbers don’t help you resolve the...

When is an Epidural Injection the Best Choice for Your Chronic Back Pain? Jul 22nd, 2019

Back pain can affect anyone, regardless of gender, age, or race. In fact, it’s the third most common reason people visit the doctor after skin issues and osteoarthritis.  At Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine in Ramsey, New Jersey, we take a personalized approach to treating both acute and chronic pain...

Understanding How Stem Cell Therapy Remedies Joint Pain Jun 12th, 2019

You can develop joint pain for a variety of reasons, including sprains, tendinitis, and fibromyalgia. But, one of the most common causes is arthritis, a condition that leaves more than one in four adults in extreme joint pain. Instead of masking joint pain symptoms with medications, our experienced team at...

Ways to Stay Healthy at the Gym Jun 10th, 2019

With New Year fast approaching, we’re sure many of you are like us, reflecting on your current health and setting some new fitness goals. But if you’re planning on spending more time in the gym in 2018, our team here at Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine encourages you to make injury...

Fibromyalgia Jun 10th, 2019

Fibromyalgia affects about 10 million Americans. Though it’s not fully understood by the medical community, several theories exist as to what causes it. A leading idea is an abnormal activation of the central nervous system, and the way in which it regulates pain. In this particular theory, people with fibromyalgia have heightened sensitivity...

5 Signs You May Have Arthritis Jun 10th, 2019

Arthritis is a broad term used to describe several dozens of conditions causing joint inflammation. At Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine, our Ramsey pain management team works with hundreds of people every year struggling with signs and symptoms of various forms of arthritis, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and gout. Wondering...

What Is Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)? Jun 10th, 2019

Your shoulders are among the most mobile joints in your body and require a coordinated balance of muscles, tendons, bones, ligaments, and nerves in order to be not only flexible but strong and stable, as well. Sometimes, your shoulder joints can become increasingly stiff, painful, and difficult to move, which...

Treatments We Offer For Shoulder Pain Jun 10th, 2019

At Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine, you can find the best of what non-surgical orthopedic and rehabilitative care has to offer all with the convenience of being under one roof. No need to jostle back and forth between your primary care doc and specialists all over town. We’ve got the experienced...

Risk Factors for Disc Disease Jun 10th, 2019

Our spinal discs (made up of a combination of cartilage, collagen, and an inner gel-like core), are sandwiched in between the bones within our spine. Contrary to popular belief, they’re not just there for shock absorption, although that is a significant role they play. Discs are also crucial for allowing safe and efficient...

Text Neck: A Modern Health Concern Jun 10th, 2019

If you’re like us, you probably use your phone a lot. Also, if you’re like us, you probably aren’t always aware of the posture you assume while using it (or any other tablet, laptop, or digital device). Hint: chances are, it looks something like this: Head and neck flexed down...

Stem Cell Injections: FAQs Jun 10th, 2019

What kind of conditions are treated with stem cells? Stem cell therapy is at the forefront of modern medicine and has the potential to treat some diseases and conditions. Research into stem cell therapy is advancing at a rapid pace, and it is essential for us to at Progressive Spine and Sports...

Trigger Point Injections: FAQs Jun 10th, 2019

Trigger point injections contain a local anesthetic and sometimes a corticosteroid and are a relatively easy and inexpensive treatment option that can provide an instant reduction in pain. In addition to the immediate pain relief, they can also provide long-term pain relief and help improve range of motion, helping patients...

Everything You Need to Know About a Meniscus Tear Jun 10th, 2019

A meniscus tear can be excruciating like many knee injuries is no exception. Meniscus injuries are one of the most common injuries to the knee cartilage. The meniscus is the piece of cartilage that stabilizes and cushions. The knee joint protects the bones from rubbing against each other. Twisting the knee can...

Five Yoga Positions That Can Help With Chronic Back Pain Jun 10th, 2019

If you’re suffering from chronic back pain, you’re not alone. Each year millions of people experience back pain symptoms ranging from mild to debilitating. The good news is that there are many things you can do to alleviate your pain, from strengthening core muscles to making sure you don’t sit...

Radiofrequency Ablation For Varicose Veins Available Now! Jun 10th, 2019

At Progressive Spine and Sports Medicine, our multidisciplinary team is always on the hunt for new ways to bring medical innovation to our patients from the Bergen County area. That’s why we’re proud to offer an advanced, effective, and non-surgical treatment — Radiofrequency Ablation —for people living with Varicose Veins.  What Are Varicose Veins? Varicose veins are superficial veins...

Radiofrequency Ablation For Spider Veins Availble In Ramsey, New Jersey Jun 10th, 2019

The Ramsey, New Jersey physician duo Dr. Kevin McElroy and Dr. Steven Ferrer of Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine are known for bringing the latest advances in physical medicine and rehabilitation to Bergen County and its’ surrounding areas. In addition to our orthopedic services and sports injury services, our team is now proud to offer a new...

Leg Pain & Radiofrequency Ablation Jun 10th, 2019

As a respected multidisciplinary pain relief clinic in Ramsey, Progressive Spine and Sports Medicine stays on the leading edge of medical innovation. Our team, led by Dr. Steven Ferrer and Dr. Kevin McElroy, provides people from the Bergen County area minimally invasive treatments for a variety of pain conditions including treatments for Leg Pain.  One condition...

Radiofrequency Ablation Treatment for Leg Cramps at Progressive Spine and Sports Medicine Jun 10th, 2019

Are your legs frequently painful and achy? We encourage you to visit our comprehensive Pain Management clinic in Ramsey, NJ, serving Ramsey and surrounding Bergen County communities. We’re one of the few places in the area offering Radiofrequency Ablation, an innovative and minimally invasive treatment used for spider veins, varicose veins, and leg...

Relief For Restless Legs at Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine Jun 10th, 2019

Dr. Steven Ferrer and Dr. Kevin McElroy are proud to offer Radiofrequency Ablation as part of their list of interdisciplinary treatment options at Progressive Spine and Sports Medicine in Ramsey, NJ. While we use it most frequently for the treatment of varicose veins and spider veins, Radiofrequency Ablation can also provide relief to people living with...

Are Stem Cells The Future of Pain Management? | Progressive Spine & Sports Care Jun 10th, 2019

Video Transcript | Are Stem Cells The Future of Pain Management?   Dr. Who: Where you see the future of pain management as it pertains to stem cells? Dr. Kevin McElroy: So It’s one of the main tools in our chest to try to help patients who are struggling with narcotics or...

Ergonomics For Sedentary Jobs | Progressive Spine & Sports Care Jun 10th, 2019

Video Transcript | Tips For Sedentary Jobs & Ergonomics?   Dr. Who: So, Let’s talk about sedentary jobs, like office work. How should a person who works behind a desk set up their workspace to make it less taxing on their body? Dr. Kevin McElroy: Good Question, because obviously a lot of...

Your Leg Pain Could Be Caused By Vascular Issues | Varicose Vein Radiofrequency Ablation in Ramsey, Jun 10th, 2019

Video Transcript | Your Leg Pain Could Be Caused By Vascular Issues   Dr. Kevin McElroy: So, something we started doing recently that’s really exciting to our patients is treating symptoms in the legs: cramping, pain, burning, tingling. A lot of times it’s attributed to the back, and a spine issue,...

Should You Use Ice or Heat To Heal Injuries? | Progressive Spine & Sports Care Jun 10th, 2019

Video Transcript | Should You Use Ice or Heat To Heal Injuries?   Dr. Who: For the weekend warriors, such as myself, who get knicked up during the weekend from doing team sports like hockey or spartan races – please put this controversy to bed once and for all: When do...

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome Jun 10th, 2019

Are you a runner? Does your sport involve a lot of jumping, pivoting, and sprinting? Or, has your knee simply been bothering you for a while, and you’re not exactly sure what to do about it? At Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine in Ramsey, our northern New Jersey pain management team,...

Ulnar Nerve Compression Jun 10th, 2019

At Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine, serving Ramsey and other Northern New Jersey communities, we’ve helped hundreds of patients recover from a wide variety of upper extremity health problems, including a lesser-known condition called ulnar nerve compression (or entrapment). Origin, Anatomy & Function of the Ulnar Nerve Have you ever...

ACL & MCL Tears Jun 10th, 2019

You may have heard of ACL & MCL tears being a “career-ruining injury” back in the day for football players, soccer players, basketball players, and other athletes. Fortunately, recent advances in both diagnostic and therapeutic techniques have allowed many people suffering from ACL & MCL tears to enjoy full or...

What to Expect From Your First PT Visit Jun 10th, 2019

Physical therapy (PT) is a diagnostic, therapeutic, and preventative branch of healthcare that uses a variety of non-invasive and drug-free techniques and tools to facilitate healing primarily within the musculoskeletal and neurological systems. Physical therapists are licensed and board-certified clinicians who have extensive education and training. Most physical therapists are now...

Hip Flexor Strain Jun 10th, 2019

Hip flexor strains are a common injury among athletes. At Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine, our Northern New Jersey pain management team, led by Dr. Steven Ferrer and Dr. Kevin McElroy, offers a variety of diagnostic and therapeutic tools to help people suffering from this muscle injury recover as quickly and as...

Back to School Back Health Safety Tips for Kids Jun 10th, 2019

Another school year is upon us here in Northern New Jersey, and if your family is anything like all of ours, then we know your kids don’t have the time to struggle with pain and stiffness related to a back injury. That’s why our team here at Progressive Spine & Sports...

Morton’s Neuroma Jun 10th, 2019

If you’ve never heard of Morton’s neuroma, you’re not alone. At Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine in Ramsey, NJ, our interdisciplinary pain management team has helped hundreds of people get back on their feet after struggling with pain and dysfunction caused by this relatively unheard of condition. What is Morton’s Neuroma? Also...

Why #ChoosePT for Pain Management Jun 10th, 2019

If you’re ever in pain, what do you do? Do you take a few pills, ignore the issue, or consult with a physical therapist? At Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine in Ramsey, New Jersey, we strongly encourage you to choose the latter! Our experienced and highly trained physical therapy team offers plenty of...

What Is Electromyography & Nerve Conduction Testing? Jun 10th, 2019

At Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine in Ramsey, NJ, we offer some of the leading non-surgical and orthopedic services in our area for people living with acute and chronic pain conditions. Dr. Steven Ferrer and Dr. Kevin McElroy are proud to offer electromyography and nerve conduction testing among many of our advanced diagnostic and...

Common Falls Sport Injuries Seen in Student Athletes Jun 10th, 2019

Fall season is in full swing, which means fall sports season is in full swing, too! If you have student athletes in your house, then you should be aware of the following common injuries that tend to occur this time of year. Common Falls Sport Injuries Seen in Student Athletes Whether your...

Usage & Benefits of TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation ) Jun 10th, 2019

Do you have acute or chronic pain in a joint or muscle? If so, you may benefit from a drug-free and non-invasive pain relieving technique called transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, otherwise known as TENS. How TENS Works Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) can help relieve symptoms of pain from a...

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome Diagnosis & Treatment in Ramsey NJ Jun 10th, 2019

Alternatively known as “runner’s knee,” “jumper’s knee,” or “patellar overload syndrome,” patellofemoral pain syndrome is a condition we see a lot of around here at our Ramsey NJ comprehensive pain management practice. While it can be painful and debilitating, this condition is treatable and typically responds well to conservative management. What is Patellofemoral Pain...

Spinal Stenosis | Diagnosing & Treatment Options Jun 10th, 2019

The word “stenosis,” derived from the Ancient Greek for “narrow,” is used to describe an abnormal reduction in the diameter of certain structures within the human body. Spinal stenosis, which most commonly occurs in people over the age of 50, can occur in the center of the spine, in the spaces...

Pelvic Floor Pain; Dysfunction in Pregnant & Post-Partum Women Jun 10th, 2019

Change is a given when it comes to a woman’s body preparing for or recovering from a pregnancy. But sometimes, these physical changes, as well as the stress of delivery (either vaginal or via C-section) can lead to pain and dysfunction in the spine, pelvis, and hips. At Progressive Spine...

Rheumatoid Arthritis | Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment Options Jun 10th, 2019

There are hundreds of different types of arthritis, which is a broad term used to describe joint inflammation. Rheumatoid arthritis, one of the most common arthritic conditions (along with osteoarthritis and gout), is a type of autoimmune disorder affecting over 1.3 million Americans and an estimated 1% of the global population according...

5 Back Safety Tips During the Fall & Winter Season Jun 10th, 2019

The fall and winter months offer tons of leisure and recreational activities. Here are 5 ways to make sure your back stays healthy enough to enjoy them: 1. USE GOOD BODY MECHANICS. What do you need for a successful morning of snow shoveling? Try a good pair of gloves, proper...

Low Back Pain and the Dangers of Slipping on Ice Jun 10th, 2019

It’s that time of year to be on the look out for slippery ice patches! When you lose your balance on an icy or slippery surface, your nervous system triggers an automatic reflex response to prevent you from falling. Part of this response involves a protective tensing up of the postural...

Common Causes of Shoulder Pain Jun 10th, 2019

The shoulder is a highly mobile joint which requires the intricate coordination of many joints, bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments in order to work properly, but accidents, poor posture, repetitive trauma, and overuse can easily disrupt it. Common Causes of Shoulder Pain Here at Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine, our pain...

Living with Spinal Osteoarthritis Jun 10th, 2019

Arthritis is a general term for joint inflammation and damage. It actually refers to over 100 different conditions, however is typically used to describe the most common form,osteoarthritis, also known as OA. Like other types of arthritis, OA can affect just about any joint in the body, including spinal joints, with the neck...

Regenerative Treatments at Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine Jun 10th, 2019

The human body is capable of regenerating cells and tissue, an astounding feat which modern medicine has been able to take advantage of in order to facilitate healing and recovery from a variety of acute and chronic conditions. Here at Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine, our experienced team of healthcare...

Mets Pitcher Matt Harvey’s Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Jun 10th, 2019

This post is part of our ongoing series to educate fans about the injuries to their favorite athletes and when they might expect them to return to play. If you have questions about your sports injury, call us at 201-962-9199 or learn more about our Sports Medicine or Sports Rehabilitation services. Mets Pitcher Matt Harvey’s Thoracic Outlet Syndrome...

Physical Therapy for Back Pain Jun 10th, 2019

Back pain doesn’t have to mean a lifetime of suffering. Most causes of back pain can be treated nonsurgically with excellent results. The cornerstone of that treatment is physical therapy.  That’s why we’re happy to present this information – in hopes that it will help you live pain free. Aside from...

Athlete Injuries: Jacob Degrom's Ulnar Nerve Jun 10th, 2019

This post is part of our ongoing series to educate fans about the injuries to their favorite athletes and when they might expect them to return to play. If you have questions about your sports injury, call us at 201-962-9199 or learn more about our Sports Medicine or Sports Rehabilitation services in Bergen County, NJ. Mets Pitcher Jacob...

William Paranto Interviewed by Physical Therapy Software provider, FreePT Jun 10th, 2019

William Paranto, Director of Physical Therapy at Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine, was recently interviewed by Physical Therapy Software provider, FreePT as part of their “Expert Interview Series”. In the interview, William talks about his treatment philosophy, his favorite patient success story, his advice for today’s Physical Therapy students, and more! We’re very...

Dry Needling for Muscular Pain Treatment Jun 10th, 2019

Physical therapy shouldn’t just be ice packs and heating pads. At Progressive Spine and Sports Medicine in Ramsey, NJ we offer a variety of state of the art physical therapy techniques. That’s why we’re happy to present this information – in hopes that it will help you live pain free....

Botox for Migraine Treatment in Ramsey, NJ Jun 10th, 2019

Many people have heard of Botox for its cosmetic applications, but it has also been shown to have a number of benefits for pain conditions. Some of the most dramatic pain-relieving effects from Botox have been shown to occur with chronic migraine headaches.  That’s why we’re happy to present this...

Low Back Pain: Diagnosis and Treatment Jun 10th, 2019

Back pain doesn’t have to mean a lifetime of suffering. Most causes of back pain can be treated nonsurgically with excellent results. That’s why we’re happy to present this information – in hopes that it will help you live pain free. If you struggle with low back pain, you’re in...

Neck Pain Symptoms, Treatments and Solutions Jun 10th, 2019

There’s a reason why “pain in the neck” has become an idiom – the saying hints to just how frustrating a painful neck condition can be! At Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine, home to Bergen County, NJ’s premier non-invasive pain management clinic, we work with hundreds of people just like you who...

Everything You Need to Know About Neck Pain Jun 10th, 2019

Do you have neck pain? You are not alone. Neck pain is the third most common type of pain in the United States, according to the American Academy of Pain Medicine. If you are like most people, you want to ease your neck pain without painful, complicated, or often risky...

Sciatica: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment at Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine Jun 10th, 2019

Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine is one of New Jersey’s most comprehensive and advanced pain management facilities. We offer non-surgical orthopedic and therapeutic care to Ramsey and the surrounding Bergen County communities. Back pain and related issues are one of the most common diagnoses our team works with; indeed, research indicates that...

Fibromyalgia - Common Symptoms, Treatments Jun 10th, 2019

Fibromyalgia is a relatively common, yet frequently misunderstood, diagnosis that affects millions of people in the United States. At Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine, our pain management doctors have worked with hundreds of men and women living with fibromyalgia who are simply looking to have a higher quality of life. We’ve seen how frustrating...

Diagnosis and Treatment of Whiplash at our Ramsey Pain Management Clinic Jun 10th, 2019

One of the most common conditions that we evaluate and treat at our Ramsey pain management clinic is a syndrome known as whiplash. In fact, it’s been estimated that as many as 2 million people or more experience this condition every year in the United States alone. Dr. Steven Ferrer...

Golfer's Elbow & Tennis Elbow Jun 10th, 2019

Our Ramsey pain management doctors, Dr. Steven Ferrer and Dr. Kevin McElroy, have seen many of their patients affected by elbow pain. Epicondylitis, or inflammation of the muscles and tendons that attach to the elbow, is often the underlying cause. You may know this condition as 1 of its 2 varieties, golfer’s elbow or tennis...

Our Multidisciplinary Ramsey Pain Management Team is Proud to Offer Spinal Cord Stimulation for Long Jun 10th, 2019

Ramsey pain doctors Dr. Kevin McElroy and Dr. Steven Ferrer, along with the rest of their multidisciplinary pain team, are constantly looking for the most effective and innovative strategies to relieve acute and chronic health conditions like back pain. Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) is one strategy that has grown in popularity...

Diagnosis & Treatment of Spinal Stenosis at Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine in Ramsey, NJ Jun 10th, 2019

With decades of combined clinical experience behind them, Ramsey pain doctorsDr. Kevin McElroy and Dr. Steven Ferrer have worked with hundreds of men and women struggling with dysfunction related to spinal stenosis. If you have recently been diagnosed with this condition or are simply wondering what’s causing your pain, then we invite you...

Our Multidisciplinary Pain Management Team in Ramsey NJ Proudly Treats Shoulder Bursitis Jun 10th, 2019

Shoulder bursitis is a common pain condition diagnosed and treated by our Ramsey pain doctor team, Dr. Steven Ferrer and Dr. Kevin McElroy. If you have shoulder pain, keep reading to learn more about this condition and how our multidisciplinary pain management team may be able to help you. WHAT IS SHOULDER BURSITIS? A bursa is...

Our Ramsey Pain Management Doctors Offer Comprehensive Treatment of Knee Osteoarthritis Jun 10th, 2019

Arthritis is a condition that causes inflammation within an affected joint. There are actually several types of arthritis, with osteoarthritis being the most common. In fact, according to the National Institutes of Health around 27 million people in the United States are currently living with this disease. Any joint in the body...

Failed Back Surgery (Post Lumbar Laminectomy Syndrome) Jun 10th, 2019

Choosing to undergo back surgery is not a decision to take lightly. Even minor operations require a good deal of discussion and careful consideration between the surgeon and patient beforehand. Why? Virtually any invasive procedure carries some risk for complications. Most surgeons will require their patients to exhaust conservative treatment...

Achilles Tendonitis: Common Causes, Factors & Treatment Options Jun 10th, 2019

Your Achilles tendon is a thick, strong band of connective tissue that attaches your calf muscle to the heel bone (calcaneus). You can feel it when you run your fingers along the lowest part of your leg, just behind the ankle. This tendon is responsible for helping control the movement and stability...

Common Injuries: What is a Herniated Disc? Jun 10th, 2019

This post is part of our ongoing series to educate our patients about common injuries and how they can be treated with our nonsurgical techniques. It’s all part of our commitment to helping you live pain free. Herniated discs affect millions of Americans and is one of the leading causes...

Athlete Injuries: Stephen Curry's Knee Sprain Jun 6th, 2019

This post is part of our ongoing series to educate fans about the injuries to their favorite athletes and when they might expect them to return to play. If you have questions about your sports injury, call us at 201-962-9199 or learn more about our Sports Medicine or Sports Rehabilitation services. NBA Point Guard Stephen Curry’s Knee Sprain...

How to Prevent Knee Pain Jun 6th, 2019

Prevention is the most important alternative to pain management. Learning how to prevent common injuries, and taking the time to stretch appropriately can save you from years of dealing with pain. That’s why we’re happy to present this information – in hopes that it will help you live pain free. Knee...

Common Injuries: What is Whiplash? Jun 6th, 2019

This post is part of our ongoing series to educate our patients about common sports injuries and how they can be treated with our nonsurgical techniques. It’s all part of our commitment to helping you live pain free. Whiplash is a commonly used term, but it is not often well...

Latest TV Commercial Jun 6th, 2019

We’re happy to present our latest TV commercial for Progressive Spine and Sports Medicine.This video features our state-of-the-art medical facility in Ramsey, NJ and gives you a snapshot of our cutting edge diagnostic equipment and the hands-on approach we take with each of our patients. Unlike other doctor offices, we...

Common Injuries: What is Tennis Elbow? Jun 6th, 2019

This post is part of our ongoing series to educate our patients about common sports injuries and how they can be treated with our nonsurgical techniques. It’s all part of our commitment to helping you live pain free. Tennis Elbow (also known as lateral epicondylitis) is an “overuse” injury that...

How to Prevent Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Jun 6th, 2019

Prevention is the most important alternative to pain management. Learning how to prevent common injuries, and taking the time to stretch appropriately can save you from years of dealing with pain. That’s why we’re happy to present this information – in hopes that it will help you live pain free. Carpal...

How to Avoid Back Injuries at the Gym Jun 6th, 2019

Prevention is the most important alternative to pain management. Learning how to prevent back injuries, and taking the time to perfect your form can save you from years of dealing with pain. That’s why we’re happy to present this information – in hopes that it will help you live pain free. Exercise...

Tips for Exercising at Home Jun 6th, 2019

Numerous studies have confirmed the benefits of incorporating exercise into your daily routine. Working out for just 20 – 45 minutes each day can lead to tremendous improvements in your health, wellbeing and weight loss. But that doesn’t mean you need a gym membership to reap these benefits – there are many...