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Is Cinnamon a Natural Fat Burner?

Who doesn’t love cinnamon? It’s the perfect balance of spicy sweet, and used on its own has no calories or sugar. Studies have also shown that cinnamon may even help keep blood sugar stabilized. Now, it seems, according to another study, it may even be an effective fat burner, but the key is to use … Continued

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More Sleep May Ease Fibromyalgia Pain

Fibromyalgia is a generalized pain disorder, and we see and treat many patients in the clinic with this oftentimes quite debilitating disease. While our regenerative medicine techniques can be very helpful, one study also suggests there may be something else patients can do in addition to help relieve some of their symptoms: get more sleep! … Continued

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Is Your Cipro Antibiotics Damaging Your Cells?

We sometimes see new patients in our clinic who have had devastational results after taking quinolone antibiotics in the past, such as Cipro (ciprofloxacin). Usually, these are severe and chronic problems in their tendons, a common issue associated with these antibiotics. A recent study suggests, however, that tendon issues aren’t the only problems we should … Continued

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Is an Aspirin a Day Worth the Risk?

It seems like almost every patient we see in their 40s or older has been told that a baby aspirin a day will keep heart attacks at bay. Whether they’ve heard it from a doctor, a family member or friend, or, probably even more likely in today’s digital age, off the Internet, many are under … Continued

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Obesity In Your Genes Don’t Mean You’re Doomed To A Fat Life

Thanksgiving has come and gone for yet another year, though you’ll probably be shuffling those leftovers in and out of your fridge for a few more days, and we’ve officially entered the holiday season. For many of us, that means indulging to excess in all kinds of delectable holiday foods for the next five or … Continued

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Fasting May Give Your Stem Cells a Boost

There are many things you can do to help improve your stem cells, your body’s natural repairmen. Cutting the sugar, exercising, avoiding certain medications and steroids for starters. In fact, we provide a supplement to patients and right here on our blog that covers some of the primary things you can do to make sure … Continued

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Glucosamine and Chondroitin: A Dynamic Supplement Duo for Arthritis

What exactly makes glucosamine and chondroitin such a dynamic and powerful duo at relieving arthritis? Could it their ability to relieve pain? Or perhaps it’s because they help reduce cartilage loss? Maybe it’s their because of their anti-inflammatory properties that tame the swelling so common in arthritis? Maybe it’s the fact that they don’t come … Continued

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Curcumin for Your Bone, Joint, and Stem Cell Health

With a great deal of supporting research, curcumin has taken center stage in the world of supplements in the U.S. in the last few years. Why? It seems it provides many benefits throughout the body, but our particular focus in interventional orthopedics is on curcumin for joint health, specifically its impact on the bones, joints, … Continued

benefits of fish oil

Fish Oil Isn’t Just For The Heart: Your Joints Love It Too

It seems every time a new study comes out attempting to discredit fish oil, two more come out singing its praises, so what’s a consumer to believe? In general, the supplements that really work seem to get attacked the most as big drug companies know these supplements could create problems for their bottom line. Fish … Continued

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5 Ways To Keep Your Joints Healthy And Prevent Arthritis

Keeping your joints healthy and strong is the key to preventing, or delaying the onset of, wear-and tear arthritis, or osteoarthritis. If arthritis is already a part of your life, this doesn’t mean you should stop caring for you joints. There are many things you can either relieve your symptoms or protect your joints as … Continued