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Pregnancy and Physical Therapy: Reducing Pain While Increasing Health

From the announcement of pregnancy to the delivery of a new baby, the journey of childbirth is an exciting one. A mother’s body endures some extraordinary changes through…

An Interview with Steve Suokko: A Successful Knee Surgery Recovery

After almost a decade with knee pain, Steve Suokko wanted to get back to his active lifestyle of hiking, playing sports, and spending time outdoors with his two…

How To Care For A Broken Hand

Playing with our kids, catching a football, or just waving hello: we use our hands a lot more often than we realize. As such, hand injuries are a…

Global Patient-Centric Care: MOSH’s Medical Mission Trip to Honduras with One World Surgery

At MOSH, our mission and vision are to provide the best care, always placing the patient at the center of what we do. That’s why we are so…

Non-Surgical Treatments for Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) is a painful condition caused by chronic inflammation of the tendons in the elbow. It’s a common condition among people who play sports like…

The Risk of Contact Sports: What to Know About CTE Brain Injury

Have you heard the term “CTE brain injury” before? If your child is active in contact sports, you’ve likely heard of this sports-related injury. Millions of athletes that…

Caring for a Small Child with a Broken Bone

Kids have accidents; that’s just a given. They’re natural daredevils, afraid of nothing. Unfortunately, as much as we’d love to protect our kids from the dangers of contact…

Lower Back Pain? It Could Be Your SI Joint

Your lower back is screaming with pain. You’re past the point of ignoring it. Did you realize the problem could be caused by a joint that—strangely enough—barely moves?…

Stop Your Back Pain: What You Need to Know About Spinal Fusion

Is back pain stopping you from enjoying your active lifestyle? It might surprise you to know that nearly 80% of U.S. adults have back pain at some point…