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How Long Does Back Pain Last After A Car Accident?

Dr. Mark Hosko, MD, April 26 2024

Understanding Recovery Timelines and Effective Treatment Options for Car Accident-Related Back Injuries Car accidents are a frequent and overlooked cause of back injuries, ranging from mild strains to severe trauma like herniated discs or spinal fractures. Regardless of speed, force exerted during a collision can cause significant stress on the...

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Can A Car Accident Cause Sciatica Pain?

Dr. Mark Hosko, MD, April 19 2024

From Impact to Aftermath: Understanding the Link Between Car Accidents and Sciatica Pain Sciatica pain refers to pain radiating along the sciatic nerve, which extends from the lower back down to the feet. This is caused by nerve compression, including herniated discs, spinal stenosis, or degenerative disc disease. Symptoms are characterized by...

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How To Relieve Neck Pain After A Car Accident

Dr. Mark Hosko, MD, April 12 2024

Learn How To Treat Neck Pain After A Car Accident Suffering from neck pain is common following a car accident, and is attributed to the sudden impact and rapid movement of the head during a collision. While it may initially seem minor, neck pain can indicate underlying injuries including muscle strains, whiplash, or spinal cord

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What To Expect Physically After A Car Accident

Dr. Mark Hosko, MD, April 5 2024

Understanding the Physical Consequences of a Car Accident Car accidents are common occurrences that can have a significant impact on your health. From minor bruises to more severe injuries like fractures, whiplash, and even traumatic brain injuries, the range of potential harm is vast. It's important to be aware of the possible physical reactions...

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What Can Cause Knee Pain Without Injury?

Dr. Mark Hosko, MD, March 29 2024

Knee pain is a prevalent issue affecting various age groups, from active adolescents to older adults. there's a common misconception that knee pain is invariably tied to a specific injury, like a torn ligament or a fractured patella. However, knee pain can occur without a direct injury. Knee pain has a range of non-traumatic causes, like wear and...

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What Can Cause Shoulder Pain?

Dr. Mark Hosko, MD, March 21 2024

From Causes to Prevention to Treatment: Comprehensive Care for Your Shoulder Pain Shoulder pain is a prevalent condition that impacts all age groups, with various causes ranging from acute injuries to chronic disorders. Its widespread nature underscores the need for effective management strategies to alleviate discomfort and maintain

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What Can Cause Neck Pain?

Dr. Mark Hosko, MD, March 13 2024

Common Causes of Neck Pain Neck pain is a prevalent issue that affects a large portion of the population, significantly influencing quality of life and work productivity. The neck supports the head and facilitates its movement. As many as two-thirds of all people will suffer from neck pain at some stage in their lives. Origins of this discomfort...

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What Is A Food Allergy?

Dr. Mark Hosko, MD, March 5 2024

Food allergies represent a significant and potentially life-threatening immune system reaction that occurs after consuming certain foods. Unlike food intolerances, which can cause discomfort without involving the immune system, food allergies trigger a swift response from the body's immune system to what it mistakenly identifies as harmful...

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What Is A Slipped Disc In Your Back?

Dr. Mark Hosko, MD, February 28 2024

Understanding Slipped Discs: From Symptoms to Solutions A "slipped disc" is a condition more accurately known as a herniated or prolapsed disc in the spine. Slipped discs are significant because the spine supports the body's weight and enables movement. When a disc herniates, it compromises the structural integrity of the spine and impedes...

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When Is The Best Time To Get A Flu Shot?

Dr. Mark Hosko, MD, February 22 2024

Flu shots are essential in preventing seasonal influenza, a highly contagious respiratory illness. By getting vaccinated annually, individuals can significantly reduce their risk of contracting the flu, minimize the severity of symptoms if they do get sick, and protect vulnerable populations by contributing to herd

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