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Jodi Seidler

Jodi Seidler, Community Member

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Hip Replacement Check List

  • Learn what to do before surgery (therapies and emotional support)
  • Keep track of your medical records¬†with an online storage system to share with your medical team and family (password protected storage system)
  • Know what questions to ask your surgeons, and compare their answers before you... Read moreChevron
posted 10/28/2016, comments (0)|
hotaudra27

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hip pain

I have pain starting at the top of my illeum crest and have been diagnosed with gall stones, while also having swelling edema in my lower legs and ankles with a slight red rashlike area on my lower legs. This all came about after falling nine times on winter ice in the year 2013 while delivering a news paper route. You can respond to me at... Read moreChevron

posted 09/03/2016, comments (0)|
randylmartin

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acne only on my nose on my face

I have been getting acne on my nose and it is painful. It will not completely clear up and always have one developing. It leaves a purpie looking area under the skin. I recently have gotten a pimple on my palm and one on my finger. I also have gotten numerous ones on both feet.

posted 01/17/2016, comments (0)|
Christina Lasich, MD

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Specialist in Pain Management and Spine Rehabilitation

A New Year Offers New Opportunities to Relieve Osteoarthritis Pain

A New Year offers new opportunities to feel better.  A new year may bring new scientific breakthroughs.  A new year may bring new technologies.  A new year may bring new resolutions.  What ever your new year brings you; let’s hope for less osteoarthritis pain.

 

This upcoming year we may see new... Read moreChevron

posted 12/22/2015, comments (0)|
Christina Lasich, MD

Christina Lasich, MD, Health Pro

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Specialist in Pain Management and Spine Rehabilitation

Deciphering Arthritic Hand Deformities

Just by looking at your hands, you might be able to tell what type of arthritis you have.  All of the joints, bones, ligaments and tendons in the hand get affected in a variety of different ways.  Certain characteristic hand deformities are diagnostic clues.  Here is a list of common hand deformities seen and the corresponding... Read moreChevron

posted 12/16/2015, comments (0)|

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