Posts by Dr. Emily Doubt



The Piriformis Muscle

August 27, 2020 Uncategorized 0

The piriformis muscle resides deep to your gluteal muscles.  It is a smallish triangular muscle that attaches from your tailbone (sacrum) to your hip bone (femur).  The piriformis is responsible for helping with external rotation of the thigh.  This muscle

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Neck Facet Syndrome

July 10, 2020 Uncategorized 0

Facet Syndrome is a common cause of neck pain. Facets joints (also known as zygopophyseal joints) are part of your vertebrae.  Part of their job is to protect your nervous system.  When your spine is hyper-extended these joints can get

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Touching on Tofu

October 17, 2016 Uncategorized 0

Great places to find tofu recipes are tastespotting.com and Oyshee app; both of these are community cooking forums. Tofu is a soy product that can be eaten raw or cooked.  It is considered a protein substitute.  It is a common

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