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Changes at TOC – Interventional Rehabilitation Department

As we continue to ensure the safety of our patients and comply with both state and federal regulations, we are implementing some new changes in our Interventional Rehabilitation Department (formerly referred to as “Pain Management”). As of June 1, 2017, the following changes will be made: Patients who are taking benzodiazepine medications (Xanax, Klonopin, Ativan,… Read More »



Do You Suffer from Flat Feet?

Do you have pain or discomfort in your feet or ankles joints? You may have flat feet, a condition that is caused from a collapsed arch. In a normal arch, there’s an upward curve in the middle of your foot which is stabilized by tendons and ligaments in your foot and lower leg. When those… Read More »




Understanding Chronic Pain

Everyone suffers from occasional pain due to arthritis, back pain or migraines, but if you’ve experienced pain lasting several months or longer, you may be one of the millions of Americans with chronic pain. This is a complex condition whose exact causes and treatments remain difficult to understand and hard to control, despite increasing research.… Read More »




Preventing Falls & Fractures

As we age, the likelihood of experiencing a fracture due to a fall increases significantly, the most common causes being hazards both indoors and outside. The most common reasons people fall include poor vision, certain medications, lack of muscle strength, problems with balance, slow reflexes which make it difficult to keep your balance, tripping due… Read More »