Pain2Manage team excels in minimally invasive treatments, physical restoration of various musculoskeletal disorders and ultrasound guided regenerative procedures.
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These days, plastic surgery is all about subtle changes, or what New York City–based dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon Dendy Engelman, M.D., calls “tweakments,” which you can easily get on your lunch break. According to new statistics released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the number of minimally invasive cosmetic procedures (like Botox and facial fillers) has risen consistently since 2000, with a total rise of 180 percent.Read more
For 44-year-old Louisville, KY, dermatologist Tami Buss Cassis, MD, there’s one go-to treatment that she personally relies on to keep her skin looking youthful and fresh. Using a small, roller-like device with tiny needles, microneedling works by making miniscule holes spaced apart in a given area of your skin.Read more
When I tore my rotator cuff in 2008, I had conventional laparoscopic surgery to repair it. The outcome was excellent, but the recovery was long and horrible. The orthopedist wouldn’t let me drive for six weeks, or run, swim or lift weights for three months. I suffered through weeks of torturous physical therapy. It was nearly six months before I felt normal again.Read more