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The Benefits of Cupping Therapy

October 19, 2021   |   By Dr. Ashley Franklin   |   Categories: Gluteal Pain   Hip Pain   Knee Injury   Knee Pain   low back pain   Shoulder Injury   SI Joint Pain   Sports Injury  

Cupping therapy has been around for thousands of years and is traditionally a form of Egyptian, Chinese, and Middle Eastern medicine. However, cupping therapy has become a popular treatment among athletes for sports injuries, and it can be performed by chiropractors, acupuncturists, medical doctors, physical therapists, and massage therapists. At Back to Function, as part of … Continue reading The Benefits of Cupping Therapy

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Post-Surgical ACL Reconstruction Rehabilitation Protocol

April 2, 2019   |   By Dr. Vincent Ibanez   |   Categories: Knee Injury   Knee Pain  

Full return to sport or activity can be a 5-month to a full year process for the post-surgical ACL reconstruction. Successful return to activity is dependent on following post-surgical precautions and completing a structured post-surgical rehabilitation program. In addition, sport specific training prior to returning to the desired sport is mandatory and has been shown … Continue reading Post-Surgical ACL Reconstruction Rehabilitation Protocol

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Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Surgery of the Knee

March 26, 2019   |   By Dr. Vincent Ibanez   |   Categories: Knee Injury   Sports Injury  

Quick Anatomy Overview of the Knee The knee joint involves 4 bones: Femur Tibia Fibula Patella There are four main ligaments that stabilize the knee: Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) Lateral Collateral Ligament (LCL) This article will focus on the ACL. The ACL is located in the center … Continue reading Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Surgery of the Knee

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Knee Pain & Posture

October 4, 2017   |   By Dr. Chad Moreau   |   Categories: Knee Pain  

Knee pain is a common condition that we see at Back to Function. After a thorough history of how and when your knee hurts, are next step to diagnose your condition is a posture evaluation. The posture evaluation can tell us quite a bit about the different stresses on the knee joint. Typically, when the … Continue reading Knee Pain & Posture

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