The Pain of Working from Home

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Working at Home

Did you know in 2021 complaints of physical discomfort are surging? From eye strain to neck and back pain, to hand and wrist issues, it’s become clear that spending 20-40 hours a week working from home can cause physical problems. Heading into the new year, if you’re still working from home part or full time, …

How to Improve Bone Strength

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Bone Strength

Bone health is important at every age and stage of life. The skeleton is our body’s storage bank for calcium—a mineral that is necessary for our bodies to function. Calcium is especially important as a building block for our bones. Loss of bone strength can lead to osteoporosis—a disorder in which bones become fragile and …

America’s Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers

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America's Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers 2022

Proliance Eastside Surgery Center, the main Ambulatory Surgery Center for ProOrtho has been named one of America’s Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers of 2022 according to a research project conducted by Newsweek. The Proliance Eastside Surgery Center, located in Kirkland, ranked second among ambulatory surgery center in the state of Washington. Proliance Eastside Surgery Center is …

5 Exercises to Help Relieve Knee Pain

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5 Exercises to Help Relieve Knee Pain

Knee strengthening exercises are important to build surrounding muscles like quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes and calves to improve knee joint stability and support. See a physician for recommendations on knee exercises specific to your condition, and if you find that a particular exercise hurts, stop and try another. 1. Squats Squats strengthen your quadriceps, glutes and …

Signs & Symptoms of Shoulder Arthritis

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Signs & Symptoms of Shoulder Arthritis

The shoulder joint has more movement than any other joint in the body. Shoulder arthritis can make these frequent movements more painful. The two main types of shoulder arthritis are: Osteoarthritis (degenerative joint disease) Rheumatoid arthritis (inflammatory) Osteoarthritis (OA) is typically seen in people over 50 and is due to the wear and tear on …

Why Are Your Joints Stiff?

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Stiffness can affect any joint in your body, including your fingers, hands, wrists, knees, and elbows. While experiencing joint stiffness, you may find it more difficult than usual to walk, stand, type, or perform other regular daily tasks. If your symptoms are ongoing, you should seek treatment. Joint stiffness can occur when range of motion …

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

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Instead of the significant open incisions involved in traditional spinal surgeries, minimally invasive spine surgery uses a specialized tool called a tubular retractor in order to reach the precise area to be treated—this is a hollow tube that’s inserted through a small incision. It allows the surgeon to visualize and access the targeted area while …

What is Sports Medicine?

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 Orthopedic sports medicine isn’t just for athletes or people who play sports on the weekend. In fact, anyone can visit an orthopedist for any muscle or ligament issues that occur. Sports medicine relies on rehabilitation methods to help get the patient back on their feet in the shortest amount of time possible. Who Needs Orthopedic …

Seated Workouts for All Abilities

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We all deserve access to joyful movement to have fun, feel good, and lead active lives. Whether you’re a wheelchair user, injured, have limited mobility, are pregnant, or simply want to try a seated workout, these exercise platforms will help you embrace your body and get moving! Joyn Joyn is a digital platform providing movement …

Common Tennis Injuries and How to Prevent Them

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Injuries from tennis often occur because players exert a tremendous amount of force in highly concentrated areas of the body such as elbows, shoulders and ankles. Fortunately, with the right technique, you can prevent common tennis injuries. Tennis Elbow Tennis elbow, or lateral epicondylitis, is a common tennis injury characterized by inflammation of the tendons …

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  • Working at Home

    The Pain of Working from Home

    Did you know in 2021 complaints of physical discomfort are surging? From eye strain to neck and back pain, to hand and wrist issues, it’s become clear that spending 20-40 hours a week working from home can cause physical problems. Heading into the new year, if you’re still working from home part or full time, …

  • Bone Strength

    How to Improve Bone Strength

    Bone health is important at every age and stage of life. The skeleton is our body’s storage bank for calcium—a mineral that is necessary for our bodies to function. Calcium is especially important as a building block for our bones. Loss of bone strength can lead to osteoporosis—a disorder in which bones become fragile and …

  • America's Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers 2022

    America’s Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers

    Proliance Eastside Surgery Center, the main Ambulatory Surgery Center for ProOrtho has been named one of America’s Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers of 2022 according to a research project conducted by Newsweek. The Proliance Eastside Surgery Center, located in Kirkland, ranked second among ambulatory surgery center in the state of Washington. Proliance Eastside Surgery Center is …

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