The Visionaries: Dr. Dallas-Prunskis and Dr. Prunskis featured in Country Magazine

Thank you to Country Magazine and David Rutter for a lovely article about our physician founding couple! On their relationship: That romance alone is another contender for a compelling opening narrative—two brilliant young physicians working together, pushing each other intellectually, and driving forth on a mission to become healers and innovators. Regarding their relentless pursuit […]

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Exercise Tips for Avoiding Low Back Pain

It may be a natural inclination for those who suffer from low back pain to want to avoid exercise or other movements that may exacerbate their discomfort. However, research shows that exercising can actually help relieve and prevent low back pain, provided you’re doing the right moves. The best exercises for finding relief and protection […]

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Shoulder Pain Exercises: How to Deal with Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain is a frequent problem for athletes and non-athletes alike. Common causes include sports injuries such as those from tennis, swimming, and weightlifting, as well as more general injuries from things like gardening, reaching for items on high shelves, and cleaning your house. Some localized shoulder pain can even be traced back to injuries […]

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Pain Differences Between Men & Women

We all experience pain to different degrees, but a new study of adult patients at the Pain Management Center of Loyola University suggests that there is a distinct difference between how men and women experience pain, with women being more likely to seek treatment for chronic pain. The study, led by Meda Raghavendra, MD and […]

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Tips to a Pain Free Summer

Its summer – time for fun in the sun! Summer is a great time of the year, the weather is nice and people can finally get outdoors! Of course, summer offers a number of activities for both children and adults. There’s so much to do—bicycle rides, picnics, trips to the beach, vacationing, and spending time […]

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Does Cold Weather Cause Pain?

Do you ever notice that in the wintertime, your aches and pains get worse or that you have them more often? It may have to do with the cold temperature outside. Not only does the colder air cause symptoms or flare-ups of many conditions, but changes in barometric pressure or humidity can also make ailments […]

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