Welcome to OMNI Orthopaedics


Spine Problems

As you age, your body is prone to develop some form of chronic pain in some part of your body. The most common location for you to develop a disorder of chronic pain is in your spine. The disorders themselves are not the problem, the problem is when these disorders put pressure onto nearby nerves or your spinal cord, which can cause pain, numbness, or even paralysis. Are you experiencing pain in your back? If so, we recommend that you get in touch with your physician and have them further inspect your pain.

How To Keep Feet Healthy

The average human foot holds 26 bones and 33 joints. It is important to
take care of your feet because if your feet are in pain it could effect
the knees, hips, and spine. There are many ways to improve the health of
your feet. The most important of those is that you should always
practice good hygiene for your feet, that means cleaning your feet,
trimming your toenails, refining your nail edges, and pushing your
cuticles back. It's not about looking good, it's about feeling good.

When Should I See A Physician?

We all have busy lives that include things such as work, school, or taking care of kids so it can be difficult to schedule just one more thing. For that reason, when we begin to experience pain, we have a tendency to ignore it or minimize it so that we don't have to address it. If you're feeling pain, you shouldn't hold off on getting it checked out. Pain is often a symptom of a deeper issue. Whether you're feeling pain from your elbows, your feet and ankles, or anywhere in between it could be a rare and serious condition that is important to catch early.