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  • Am I A Candidate for Minimally Invasive Robotic Knee Surgery?

    Am I A Candidate for Minimally Invasive Robotic Knee Surgery?

    Advanced robotic technology has been able to improve patient outcomes for complex knee surgeries such as knee replacement. If you suffer from chronic knee pain that seems to be getting worse despite non-surgical treatment, you might be a candidate for minimally invasive robotic knee surgery.

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  • 10 Superfood Summer Snacks

    10 Superfood Summer Snacks

    Snacking on unhealthy processed foods may make you feel good for a short while, but in the long run can drain your energy levels. It is always a good idea to plan out healthy snacks so you limit decision fatigue when you are out and about during the summertime.

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  • What is Rapid Recovery Surgery?

    What is Rapid Recovery Surgery?

    Rapid recovery surgery is an innovative and advanced approach to surgery that seeks to address one of the major concerns most patients considering surgery have – being laid up in bed for a long time as they recover from surgery. Let’s consider some of the features of rapid recovery surgery.

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  • Early Signs of Scoliosis (Scoliosis Awareness Month)

    Early Signs of Scoliosis (Scoliosis Awareness Month)

    Scoliosis is an abnormal sideways curvature of the spine that in the early stages of the disease isn’t always easy to spot. It usually occurs in children, but can affect adults too. June is designated Scoliosis Awareness Month to spread awareness about the importance of early detection to successfully treat scoliosis.

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  • 10 tips to Prevent Skin Cancer (Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month)

    10 tips to Prevent Skin Cancer (Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month)

    Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the US and is also the most preventable form of cancer. Greater than 90% of skin cancers are caused by exposure to the harmful UV rays of the sun. Although skin cancer can be easily prevented, most people don’t take the necessary precautions.

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  • At Home Exercises to Keep You Fit

    At Home Exercises to Keep You Fit

    Regular exercise is the key to keeping physically and mentally fit. But as social distancing is an important part of controlling the pandemic spread of the novel coronavirus, going to the gym or outdoor physical activities are best avoided.

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  • Signs and Symptoms of IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)

    Signs and Symptoms of IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)

    IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) is a very commonly diagnosed condition by gastroenterologists. It is a functional disorder, which means no structural or biochemical abnormalities can be identified that cause the condition.

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  • 5 Advantages of Robotic Surgery

    5 Advantages of Robotic Surgery

    Robotic surgery, also known as robot-assisted surgery, enhances the surgeon’s ability to perform very complex and delicate surgical procedures with a high degree of accuracy and precision significantly improving surgical outcomes. /p>

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  • Superfoods that Help Fight Inflammation

    Superfoods that Help Fight Inflammation

    Inflammation is a process by which your body protects itself against foreign substances or injury. However, if the inflammation continues for a long time, it can do more harm than good. The good news is by controlling your diet you may be able to reduce inflammation.

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  • When Was Your Last Colon Examination?

    When Was Your Last Colon Examination?

    Many people don’t consider getting a colon examination until they start having bowel problems. Unfortunately, by then it might be too late. So, why is getting a colon examination so important? Because colon cancer is a serious disease that can prove to be fatal if not treated in time. Getting a regular colon cancer examination on a regular basis as recommended by your doctor can greatly lower your risk of developing colon cancer.

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