Dr. Yusuf Mosuro delves into how everyday people can manage their aches and pains without going under the knife through surgery.
Whether an athlete or a certified couch potato and everything in between, everyone is subject to pain at some time or another during their lifetime.
When prospective patients visit Dr. Yusuf Mosuro he introduces them to innovative procedures that he is using to reduce and in some instances end pain altogether. Treatments are individualized to the specific pain problems of his patients. Being pain free leads his patients to live a happier and more productive life.
In particular there is one type of pain that is common to many patients seen by
Dr. Yusuf Mosuro called Facet Joint disorder. If you suffer from sudden episodes of pain that can occur several times in a month or year that result in flexibility loss or inflamed joints, this ailment may be the cause. Many patients feel pain traveling from their lower back through the buttocks to the back of their upper leg. This can be particularly painful when a person bends backward or forward. One has no idea how many times a day they are required to use this joint until this type of pain surfaces.
Getting diagnosed with this disorder is usually a result of an x-ray or CT-Scan.
Dr. Yusuf Mosuro relies on such methods as physical therapy, heat applied to effected areas, prescribing anti-inflammatory medications, exercise, insisting on consistent good posture and other techniques to end facet joint disorders.
No matter what the sport there is no athlete who has escaped an injury of some type that caused pain. There are various levels of pain but learning to live with pain in a manner that does not become debilitating is no small feat. Dr. Yusuf Mosuro has studied and researched the effectiveness of various methods over many years. During this time he has discovered successful coping mechanisms for sports injuries.
Nutrition and water intake levels can also affect how our pain is managed especially since our bodies are comprised of 60% water. Whether an athlete or not, many of us have intensified pain due to being dehydrated. Proper hydration can mean the difference between a slight twinge to a severe headache or back pain. Fruits that are lower in natural sugars like pineapples and cherries and green leafy vegetables such as fresh kale can reduce the inflammation in our joints. We have seen an uptick in the use of kale in smoothies and juicing, but there are many recipes including kale chips. It also has a high level of nutrients and essential vitamins A, C, K, Iron, and Calcium.
With more people living sedentary lifestyles, Dr. Yusuf Mosuro likes to remind his patients that walking those 10,000 steps each day not only can burn between
2,000-3,500 calories per day but it is necessary to keep our joints healthy and is simple to do.
In terms of all the latest innovations in pain management, Dr. Yusuf Mosuro has it all covered. So if you are looking for a doctor who prefers using minimally invasive procedures to cure or manage pain, you might want to look him up. That decision may lead you a more productive, pain-free life. For more information please visit http://www.dryusufmosuro.com
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