Golfer’s shoulder and elbow are common complaints among those who hit the links regularly resulting in pain, stiffness, or weakness in the shoulder & elbow.
There is a reason that 80% of all adults will experience lower back pain at some point in their lives, due to the anatomy of the lower spine.
Pain management specialists have additional education in the physiology of pain, how it develops, and how pain signals are transmitted throughout the body.
Failure to understand chronic pain and get an early diagnosis is a recipe for severe pain that can spread to other parts of the body.
Although more than 50% of primary spinal surgeries are successful, there is a chance that it will be a failed back surgery and not relieve pain.
Degenerative arthritis occurs when the protective linings of our joints break down. Wear-and-tear causes parts to break down over time.
No one likes a pain in the neck... but fortunately there are several minimally invasive, non-surgical options for treating this type of pain.
Lower back pain is occurs often, and is usually caused by daily twisting and turning, bending, and lifting.
The knee joint is where many of the body’s major muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bones meet. It's no wonder knee pain is a common complaint.
Dr. Skaribas has been having great success in caring for patients using our virtual Telehealth services during COVID-19.