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The SpineForce equipment is available Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-4 and Wednesdays 9-11. Using the list below, find an open day for the SpineForce equipment and click on DETAILS to reveal what appointments are available to choose from. You can conveniently book multiple days and times by selecting ADD TO CART for each day you want to book and when done, select VIEW CART to select the times for each day. Call (716) 626-6301 or email us here to ask us about discounts for 10 and 50 session purchases.

Due to machine maintenance, Spine Force appointment scheduling will resume on November 16, 2015. Sorry for any inconvenience.
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Prolotherapy for cartilege growth in severe knee osteoarthritis December 4, 2016 - Chondrogenic Effect of Intra-articular Hypertonic-Dextrose (Prolotherapy) in Severe Knee Osteoarthritis Gasto´n Andre´s Topol, MD, Leandro Ariel Podesta, MD, Kenneth Dean Reeves, MD, FAAPM&R, Marcia Mallma Giraldo, MD, Lanny L. Johnson, MD, AAOS, Raul Grasso, MD, Alexis Jamı´n, MD, Tom Clark, DC, RVT, RMSK, David Rabago, MD Abstract Background: Dextrose injection is reported to improve knee…
The Dormant Butt Syndrome June 6, 2016 - http://www.cbsnews.com/news/dormant-butt-syndrome-a-cause-of-common-aches-and-pains/ Multiple news sources last week have reported on a physical phenomenon labeled as a “dormant butt syndrome”. This is a condition where postural muscles become deconditioned from too much siting and cause problems in the lower back, knees and hips. Although it sounds like it is something that has been newly discovered, medical, sports…
Soft Tissue – Why Is It Important April 28, 2015 - The soft connective tissue, located just under the skin, is a white membrane that wraps and connects the muscles, bones and blood vessels of the body. Soft tissue is also called fascia. This of it like the white fuzz inside an orange peel, connecting the "skin" and the "meat" of the orange. Learn More
Spring Clean the Diet April 22, 2015 - Spring is a time of regrowth and renewal. As the sun begins to shine and the temperature rises, we begin to open windows or clean the yard in order to prepare for a new season. Tis’ also the perfect time to “spring clean” your diet, transitioning from common comfort foods of winter to nutrient dense…
Physical Therapy Outdoor Walking Season April 13, 2015 - Spring marks the opening of “outdoor walking season” in western New York. Like any other activity, walking has its own specific injury profile often involving the foot and ankle. Learn More
Prolotherapy Prolotherapy Stimulates Tissue Repair March 23, 2015 - Prolotherapy is injection of any substance that promotes growth of normal cells, tissues, or organs. Studies have shown that it stimulates tissue repair.
Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: Understand it and Beat it! February 23, 2015 - The typical lumbar spinal stenosis patient has difficulty with walking, standing and occasionally reaching overhead. You are not doomed to a life of leg pain and weakness. We can guide you through a progression of non-surgical options.
What exactly is the practice of Yoga? February 23, 2015 - The practice of yoga is for keeping in shape, but it creates fitness in more then just the physical sense. Learn more about what the practice of yoga is.
Hypoglycemic Index helps determine what kind of foods are good for you! February 13, 2015 - The Glycemic Index is a way to categorize carbohydrate rich foods and classifies foods from 0 to 100, based on how quickly glucose is absorbed after foods are consumed. Learn more...
PRP Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Treatment for Knee Osteoarthritis: Study shows significant pain reduction and improvement in function December 14, 2014 - The purpose of this study was to investigate whether platelet-rich plasma therapy for early knee osteoarthritis is associated with good clinical outcomes and a change in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) structural appearances.

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Prolotherapy for cartilege growth in severe knee osteoarthritis

Posted by on Dec 4, 2016 in Featured | 0 comments

Chondrogenic Effect of Intra-articular Hypertonic-Dextrose (Prolotherapy) in Severe Knee Osteoarthritis Gasto´n Andre´s Topol, MD, Leandro Ariel Podesta, MD, Kenneth Dean Reeves, MD, FAAPM&R, Marcia Mallma Giraldo, MD, Lanny L. Johnson, MD, AAOS, Raul Grasso, MD, Alexis Jamı´n, MD, Tom Clark, DC, RVT, RMSK, David Rabago, MD Abstract Background: Dextrose injection is reported to improve knee osteoarthritis (KOA)related clinical outcomes, but its effect on articular cartilage is unknown. A chondrogenic effect of dextrose injection has been...

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The Dormant Butt Syndrome

Posted by on Jun 6, 2016 in Featured | 0 comments

The Dormant Butt Syndrome

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/dormant-butt-syndrome-a-cause-of-common-aches-and-pains/ Multiple news sources last week have reported on a physical phenomenon labeled as a “dormant butt syndrome”. This is a condition where postural muscles become deconditioned from too much siting and cause problems in the lower back, knees and hips. Although it sounds like it is something that has been newly discovered, medical, sports fitness and rehabilitation professionals have recognized this problem over a decade ago and have been addressing it through a...

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Soft Tissue – Why Is It Important

Posted by on Apr 28, 2015 in Featured | 0 comments

Soft Tissue – Why Is It Important

The soft connective tissue, located just under the skin, is a white membrane that wraps and connects the muscles, bones and blood vessels of the body.  Soft tissue is also called fascia.  This of it like the white fuzz inside an orange peel, connecting the “skin” and the “meat” of the orange. At times, the muscles and fascia are not stretched enough and they become stuck or tear, which results in soft tissue injuries or adhesions.  The outcome?  You’ll have restricted muscle movement, pain, soreness and reduced...

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Spring Clean the Diet

Posted by on Apr 22, 2015 in Featured | 0 comments

Spring is a time of regrowth and renewal. As the sun begins to shine and the temperature rises, we begin to open windows or clean the yard in order to prepare for a new season. Tis’ also the perfect time to “spring clean” your diet, transitioning from common comfort foods of winter to nutrient dense foods of spring. Begin with your food supply. Open the freezer and fridge and throw away any foods that may have freezer burn and expired items. Some foods do not have an expiration date; the USDA provides an extensive list of foods and estimated...

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Outdoor Walking Season

Posted by on Apr 13, 2015 in Featured | 0 comments

Outdoor Walking Season

Spring marks the opening of “outdoor walking season” in western New York. Like any other activity, walking has its own specific injury profile often involving the foot and ankle. If you haven’t been consistent with a walking routine and have experienced a long layoff, how you reengage in walking is very important for avoiding injury and improving your fitness.   So, let’s get ready for a walk by not taking our feet and ankles for granted and doing some specific things for them.   Problems such as plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendonitis can...

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Prolotherapy Stimulates Tissue Repair

Posted by on Mar 23, 2015 in Featured | 0 comments

Prolotherapy Stimulates Tissue Repair

Prolotherapy is injection of any substance that promotes growth of normal cells, tissues, or organs. Prolotherapy is performed in all major hospitals but not by the name prolotherapy. An example is injection of red blood cell growth stimulator (erythropoietin) in patients with anemia. The three types of prolotherapy are: 1. Growth factor injection prolotherapy:  Injection of a growth factor (a complex protein) that specifically begins growth of a certain cell line (erythropoietin example). This type of prolotherapy is in early stages of study...

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Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: Understand it and Beat it!

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Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: Understand it and Beat it!

Lumbar spinal stenosis is a narrowing of the necessary spaces that act as tunnels for the nervous tissue of the spine and its blood supply. It’s more common after age 50 but we see it in younger patients as well. Your nervous system is designed to stand up to a good amount of compression but for those with a history of injury to the structures of the back, particularly the lumbar disc, this narrowing can become a problem. The typical lumbar spinal stenosis patient has difficulty with walking, standing and occasionally reaching overhead....

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What exactly is the practice of Yoga?

Posted by on Feb 23, 2015 in Featured | 0 comments

What exactly is the practice of Yoga?

In my experience teaching, I have found that many people who come to practice yoga are not really sure what yoga is all about or have a misconception that yoga is a form of physical fitness. With all the yoga gear being sold at Wegmans stores and yoga classes popping up in all the fitness gyms, it is easy to believe that yoga is for keeping in shape or having amazing flexibility in your body. While it is true that yoga is for keeping in shape, it creates fitness in more then just the physical sense. Yoga is mostly marketed in the Western...

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Hypoglycemic Index helps determine what kind of foods are good for you!

Posted by on Feb 13, 2015 in Featured | 0 comments

Hypoglycemic Index helps determine what kind of foods are good for you!

The Glycemic Index: The importance of using it daily with intention of improving your nutrition. The Glycemic Index is a way to categorize carbohydrate rich foods. Jennie Brand Miller, PhD of Australia was one of the first researchers to study the effects of carbohydrate rich foods on blood sugar levels and the release of insulin after food consumption. The glycemic index classifies foods from 0 to 100, based on how quickly glucose is absorbed after foods are consumed. Foods with scores less than 55 are classified as low glycemic index foods,...

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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Treatment for Knee Osteoarthritis: Study shows significant pain reduction and improvement in function

Posted by on Dec 14, 2014 in Featured | 0 comments

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Treatment for Knee Osteoarthritis: Study shows significant pain reduction and improvement in function

Clinical and MRI Outcomes After Platelet-Rich Plasma Treatment for Knee Osteoarthritis Brian Halpern, MD, Salma Chaudhury, MD, PhD, MRC, Scott A. Rodeo, MD, Catherine Hayter, MD, Eric Bogner, MD, Hollis G. Potter, MD, Joseph Nguyen, MPH Clin J Sport Med. 2013;23(3):238-239. Abstract The purpose of this study was to investigate whether platelet-rich plasma therapy for early knee osteoarthritis is associated with good clinical outcomes and a change in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) structural appearances. The design was a prospective cohort...

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