Pain in the neck (and back)

I have seen no shortage of patients with back problems, and a good 4 out of every 5 have clear spasms in the long muscles [...]

Pain in the neck (and back) 2017-07-19T09:45:45+00:00

Making a comeback

It has been so long since I last posted that I felt inclined to use the above title. Then in doing so it dawned on [...]

Making a comeback 2017-07-19T09:44:09+00:00

Change is hard

A common misconception when it comes to dealing with health or medical issues is that if there is a problem, there is also a drug [...]

Change is hard 2017-07-19T09:37:13+00:00

“So Smart”

Last week I was describing shoulder anatomy while examining a patient to reason through what could be causing his pain, when he reported to his [...]

“So Smart” 2017-07-18T13:19:08+00:00

The Worst Patients

It is a well-known fact that “doctors and nurses make the worst patients”. But do we…? Or is it just that we are average, every-day [...]

The Worst Patients 2017-07-18T13:14:27+00:00

Saving Lives… or Averting Death?

The ‘superhero’ mantra physicians would love most to tout when asked what our work entails would likely be, “Saving lives and stamping out disease!” At the very [...]

Saving Lives… or Averting Death? 2017-07-18T13:10:49+00:00