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What You Need to Know about the Mommy Makeover

Pregnancy is a wonderful thing in a woman's life but can cause dramatic body changes such as sagging, extra skin and stretch marks. A growing number of women undergo mommy makeovers each year in order to restore their pre-pregnancy body, which involve complementary combinations of plastic surgery procedures.

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Operation of Hope & Blessing Are Featured on CBS -The Doctors- TV Show

Mark your calendars for this amazing story of land-mine victim Blessing Makwera from Zimbabwe, Africa as he shares his inspirational tale of receiving his handsome new face on CBS “The Doctors” TV Show on January 7th.

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We Are Moving! Come Visit Us in Our New San Diego Medical Facility!

2015 will find us in our new location in San Diego at 8901 Activity Road, where we would like to welcome our patients on January 5th. Our new 30,000 square feet state-of-the-art medical facility will allow us to offer a more diverse menu of services designed to help our patients look and feel their best.

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How to Minimize the Chance of a Future ACL Tear

A recent study being presented at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine’s (AOSSM) Annual Meeting suggests that identification and patient education regarding modifiable risk factors may minimize the chance of a future ACL tear. Re-tearing a repaired knee Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) happens all too frequently, so it is important to know the factors that make it happen.

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Save the Date! 13th Annual Taste at the Cove Happening in September

San Diego Sports Medicine Foundation’s signature fundraiser, Taste at the Cove, is a 5-star event featuring food from San Diego’s top-rated restaurants, a New York-style Runway Fashion Show and 2 local honorees, one professional athlete and one in the medical field, as well as live and silent auctions.

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How Chiropractic Can Treat Plantar Fasciitis

One of the most common causes of pain in the feet – one that affects nearly two million people yearly in the U.S. – is plantar fasciitis, which is an inflammation of the plantar fascia ligament that connects the heel bone (calcaneous) and the toes. This ligament is composed of fibrous bands of tissue, and runs along the entire bottom of the foot. It stretches and contracts with every step or movement, and may become inflamed when tiny tears occur in the tissue.

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How Does Kinesiology Tape Work and How Can I Benefit from It?

In order to appreciate the benefits of kinesiology tape, it is important to understand how it differs from other types of athletic tape or medical tape. Most of these tapes are fairly thick and non-elastic. This allows them to provide rigid support to an injured area, limiting movement to protect it from further injury. Kinesiology tape, on the other hand, has unique elastic properties that allow it to provide dynamic support, protecting the muscles and/or joints, while still allowing a safe and functional range of motion.

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Common Golf Injuries

While golf is by no means a contact sport, there are still a number of injuries and subluxations that annually befall thousands of amateur duffers and scratch golfers alike. Professionals and serious golf enthusiasts often sustain injuries due to excessive use of particular joints and muscles, while less experienced golfers tend to suffer similar injuries because of poor technique.

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This page was last updated on 07/13/2014 11:39 AM PST by Staff at Oasis MD
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