Educational videos by our providers help answer patients frequently asked questions about common medical issues. Our newest videos by providers in Occupational Medicine, Orthopedics and Physical Therapy departments talk about incontinence, bursitis, arthritis, back pain, and how to return to health and healing after a workplace injury.
- Incontinence can be embarrassing. But it’s common and often treatable with physical therapy. Annie Balok, DPT, talks about her specialty pelvic floor physical therapy.
- Experiencing pain caused by reaching overhead? Tyler Wipf, a physicians assistant in orthopedic surgery talks about shoulder impingement syndrome, bursitis of the shoulder, treating pain caused by reaching overhead or across the body. Options include medications, physical therapy and cortisone injections.
- Arthritis? Kendra Blosser, orthopedic physician assistant, talks about injections to improve mobility how they work and how long they last.
- Questions about L&I? Daniel Gonzalez-Dilan, MD talks about helping patients navigate occupational medicine, referring them to specialists and getting them back to work. “The earlier we can get an injured worker back to the worksite, either light duty or full duty, the less disabled they may be in the future.”
- Back injuries at work – Ouch!: Yomi Adekeye, MD, on how to get better faster and prevent re injury at work. “We’re trying to make the workplace safer at the end of the day. That’s the goal.”