Many have probably heard that people with various forms of arthritis have long been said to be able to predict the weather. “Do the seasonal changes affect Rheumatoid Arthritis?” is a common question people ask. Therefore, we will discuss Rheumatoid Arthritis and the seasonal changes.
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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is your body’s own natural healing mechanisms in the blood. We will discuss our stem cell and PRP joint regeneration treatment we provide at AOCBV.
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We have officially started construction on the site of our new building!
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Ideal candidates for PRP therapy have mild to moderate ligament issues, tennis elbow or calcification. During your consultation appointment, one of our trained medical professionals will evaluate your injury and determine if PRP therapy is right for you. We will answer the question, “Am I a Candidate for PRP Therapy?”
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Despite the fickleness of rheumatoid arthritis symptoms, there are many ways to determine if you have it. Our early arthritis clinic and arthritis & osteoporosis center consists of healthcare professionals who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of arthritis, as well as the development of individual treatment plans. We will discuss some of the many benefits of patient-centered diagnosis for Rheumatoid Arthritis.
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Arthritis & Osteoporosis Clinic of Brazos Valley provides in-house infusions to our patients. Many may be wondering how our Infusion Clinic can benefit them. Therefore, we will discuss some of the many benefits of the Infusion Clinic at AOCBV.
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Scleroderma is a group of diseases that causes your skin or other connective tissues in the body to become hard and tight. In addition to affecting the skin, Scleroderma may damage your internal organs, attack your blood vessels and even disrupt your disruptive track. Since Scleroderma can affect different parts of the body, the symptoms it produces vary.
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It is estimated that between 60 to 80 percent of the U.S. population experience back pain. It is one of the primary reasons why people call in sick from work and require disability. For some, back pain is only a one-time occurrence. For others, it is a chronic problem that can last up to three months at a time. We will discuss inflammatory back pain.
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Human skin is constantly regenerating itself. When this regeneration takes place in a normal way, it causes a person to have pliable, flexible, healthy looking skin. However, when an individual is dealing with Psoriasis, there’s an interruption in normal life cycle of their skin. Skin cells begin to grow at an accelerated rate and accumulate on the surface of the skin. This leads to the appearance of silvery scales on the affected area. Red patches develop that are itchy, and at times, painful. We will discuss the symptoms of Psoriasis, as well as the causes, risk factors and treatment options.
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In some cases, people are born with Myositis because of underlying problems. However, other factors can sometimes trigger it later in life. We will answer the question, “What is Myositis?”, as well as discuss the symptoms of Myositis, causes, risk factors and prevention.
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