Meniscus Tear explained by Scott Curtis D.O., Princeton Spine & Joint Center
Rotator Cuff Injuries explained by Dr. Scott Curtis: As a sports medicine doctor, one of the most common complaints that I’ll see from patients is shoulder pain. And one of the most common reasons for one to develop shoulder pain is because of a rotator
Cervicogenic Headache Symptoms explained by Zinovy Meyler MD, Princeton Spine & Joint Center: There are many different types of headaches that people can experience. When I see patients that are referred with a headache, usually it’s a headache that stems from the neck. It’s important
Cervicogenic Headache Causes explained by Zinovy Meyler MD, Princeton Spine & Joint Center: In order to talk about the reasons to have this type of a headache I need to say a couple of things about the anatomy. If we visualize the spine and think
Cervicogenic Headache Diagnosis explained by Zinovy Meyler D.O., Princeton Spine & Joint Center: When I see a patient, in terms of diagnosing this issue, the first thing is the symptoms that the patient experiences. That’s a very important part of the diagnosis, which is then
Cervicogenic Headache Treatments explained by Zinovy Meyler D.O, Princeton Spine & Joint Center: Once the diagnosis is confirmed the next step is formulating the treatment. In formulating the treatment it is very important to remember that cervicogenic headaches are not one entity. It’s a syndrome.
Shoulder Pain explained by Zach Perlman DO, Princeton Spine & Joint Center “Shoulder pain is very common in athletes and also in the general population and this is because the shoulder is the most mobile joint in your body. The function of the shoulder joint
Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome explained by Jason Kirkbride DO, Princeton Spine & Joint Center “Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome is an umbrella term for pain located on the lateral side of your hip or the outer portion of your hip. It used to be called trochanteric