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Suffolk, Virginia September 4, 2018 — Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center (SMOC), a leading orthopaedic center in Hampton Roads, today announced James H. Henick, MD, will join the practice. Specializing in Interventional Pain Management, Dr. Henick will also be bringing his expertise as a retired Air Force Colonel and former flight anesthesiologist to the growing SMOC care team.
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At SMOC, we are strong supporters of our local chapter of the Arthritis Foundation, especially their annual Jingle Bell Run. The Jingle Bell Run is a fun way to get decked out and be festive, while racing to raise funds and awareness to cure America’s #1 cause of disability.
Dr. Grabill will answer your questions and discuss Mako™ Robotic-Arm Assisted Technology and how it provides you with a personalized surgical plan for your hip or knee pain.
CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) – The latest technology in spinal cord stimulation offers another option for people who need to manage chronic pain.
KITTY HAWK, N.C. (WAVY) — People taking opioids for chronic pain now have a new option. Heather Breckenridge, of Kitty Hawk, is the first person from our region to be implanted with the latest type of spinal cord stimulator. She blew out two discs in her back while working at a wine store on the Outer Banks.
Press Release: Joint Center for Joints and More: New Combined Care Center Offers Patients Easy Access in Harborview
Partnership Offers Patients Primary Care, Orthopaedic Care and Outpatient Surgery Under One Roof
A local woman is able to walk, work and do things she loves again without pain that was chronic. It’s all thanks to a cutting-edge medical advancement called a spinal cord stimulator.
Press Release: Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center (SMOC) Among First Pain Clinics in Virginia to Use Non-Opioid Treatment for Patients with Chronic Pain
Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center (SMOC), Among First Pain Clinics in Virginia to Use Non-Opioid Treatment for Patients with Chronic Pain
My back hurt so bad, I could no longer pick up my grandbaby. She looked up at me with those puppy dog eyes that could make even a stranger melt, but my back pain was too much. All she wanted was for me to pick her up like I used to, and I could see the confusion and disappointment in her face. She could crawl onto my lap and sit with me, but I physically couldn’t pick her up.