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Healing alternatives for back pain and sports injuries

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Osteopathic practitioner Dr. John P. Collins joins the Partners in Health and Biz radio show this Saturday, June 14 at 9 a.m. to discuss the healing alternatives for back pain and sports injuries.

Dr. Collins is a Physiatrist, founding member and partner of Maryland Spine & Sports Medicine in Clarksville, MD.

He specializes in the comprehensive evaluation and treatment of patients with spine and musculoskeletal conditions. He performs trigger point injections, fluoroscopic and ultrasound guided joint and spinal injections. He also provides osteopathic manual therapy, medical acupuncture and EMG/NCS, when medically appropriate.

Dr. Collins and colleagues Drs. Clark Brill and Aaron Twigg are all board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

In addition, Maryland Spine and Sports Medicine treats neck pain, rotator cuff injuries, knee injuries, arthritis/tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and myofascial pain.

During the Saturday, live broadcast, Dr. Collins will be available to speak with callers about issues concerning their back pain, exercise, medications and when or if surgery should be considered.

Are you a victim of back pain? Do you know what causes low back pain and sciatica?

Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433 or visit the PIH radio website to listen online.



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