By Annette “Dr. Z” Zaharoff, M.D. In 2016, a study published in the “Annals of Internal Medicine” found that physicians spend about 27 percent of their work day treating patients. If that doesn’t sound like a lot of time, well, it really isn’t. Consider that some primary care physicians see up to anywhere from 25… Continue Reading
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I had pain in both of my hands. Some of it is just probably how my joints are put together, but it is all aggravated by the repetitive motion issues in the work I do as an artist who makes contemporary quilts and who designs fabric for the quilting industry. I have arthritis in both… Continue Reading
A lifetime of playing competitive baseball was catching up to Hector Toledo. The Venezuelan native had been playing since the age of 6, and also spent much of his youth competing in high-performance water-skiing tournaments, soccer and karate. “Everything that was bad for the knee, I did,” Toledo said with a laugh. Now over the… Continue Reading
By Annette “Dr. Z” Zaharoff, M.D. On our clinic’s Facebook page (Facebook.com/DrZaharoff) we recently posted an item that came to our attention thanks to our friends at The Orthobiologic Institute. The post is about news from The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center about a new implant device for knees designed to help ease the… Continue Reading
By Annette “Dr. Z” Zaharoff, M.D. I recently returned from a workshop in Orlando, Florida called “Dedicated Ultrasound Training: Hands-on Image Guided Techniques & Applications.” Ok maybe it doesn’t sound fascinating, but keeping up with how to best use ultrasound technology for the various Regenerative Injection Techniques I employ at the Non-Surgical Center of Texas… Continue Reading
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