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ARTESIA CLINIC

17906 Pioneer Blvd. Suite 101-102
Artesia, CA 90701

(562)865-2222

September 6, 2016

Best Mattress for Back Pain

We are not powerless against back pain. It can be alleviated or even prevented with one simple thing: how we sleep. Unfortunately, the reverse is also true. Some aches can be aggravated or even caused by how we position our bodies during slumber. How and on what we sleep can go a long way toward preventing or eliminating back pain completely.

Back pain is one of the most common complaints that people bring to their doctors. About 80 percent of adults report experiencing low back pain at some point in their lives. According to National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, a 1990 study ranked low back pain as sixth among the causes contributing to poor health and mortality. Two decades later, it moved to third place. Studies point to a relationship between back pain and sleep. The Sleep in America poll — a national, random-sample survey of 1029 noninstitutionalized adults weighted to be nationally representative that was conducted by the National Sleep Foundation—found that 21 percent of Americans experience chronic pain and that 36 percent report having had acute pain in the week preceding the poll.
April 7, 2016

Ironman Oceanside 70.3 – 2016

What a great event at Ironman Oceanside 70.3 this past weekend (April 2nd 2016)! It was awesome to race with our Optimum Athletes: Allan Lindo and Chema “Jose”Rodriguez.

In this early season, we try to capitalize on working on a good build and fitness, however injuries sometime play a role in training. It has been challenging for this two athletes to balance work, family, training and trying to be healthy as possible come race day. But with proper training and recovery treatment, anything is possible. Congratulations on getting it done guys! I’m proud to work with you!
May 27, 2015

DIRECT ACCESS TO PHYSICAL THERAPY LAWS

As of January 1, 2014, California law under AB1000 allows licensed physical therapists to provide direct physical therapy evaluation and treatment services for a period of up to 45 calendar days or 12 visits, whichever occurs first, after which time a physical therapist may continue providing you with physical therapy treatment services only after receiving, from a person holding a physician and surgeon’s certificate issued by the Medical Board of California or by the Osteopathic Medical Board of California, or from a person holding a certificate to practice podiatric medicine from the California Board of Podiatric Medicine and acting within his or her scope of practice, a dated signature on the physical therapist’s plan of care indicating approval of the physical therapist’s plan of care and that an in-person patient examination and evaluation was conducted by the physician and surgeon or podiatrist.
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