Category: What’s New

Spondylosis: Risk Factors and Treatment Options

Dr. LaSalle’s interview with Spine Universe about the risk factors and treatment options for Spondylosis. Spondylosis is a type of arthritis caused by wear and tear to the spine. This can be a result of discs and joints degenerate, or when bone spurs grow on the vertebrae. These changes can impair the spine’s movement and affect […]

Chronic Pain? Try Physical Therapy.

Staying active is an important factor in keeping pain away. Studies have shown that those who exercise greater than three times per week have 28% less chronic musculoskeletal complaints. At Hudson Wellness your Physical Therapist will carefully analyze your body and movement pattern and develop a custom treatment program. The custom program will work to […]

Staying Productive While Working from Home 

Tips to help you stay focused from Hudson Wellness Chiropractor Kaitlyn Clarke, DC, CNS.  Claim your home workspace: Set aside a dedicated space for you to work from, ideally free from distractions. If you don’t have this space, you will lose focus, end up working from your couch or off your coffee table. Sure this might […]

Increased Safety Measures at
Hudson Medical + Wellness

We will continue to focus on delivering care at the highest safety standards. We remain dedicated to serving our patients and our community. During these times we have implemented new protocols and safety and cleaning measures, here are some things you should know before your appointment:  Appointment times will be limited as we will be […]

A Preliminary Update to The Soliris To Stop Immune Mediated Death in Covid-19 (SOLID-C19) Compassionate Use Study.

Thomas C. Pitts, M.D. Director of Neurology – Hudson MedicalDiplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology with Special Qualifications in Clinical NeurophysiologyAdded Qualifications in Headache Medicine – National Headache FoundationCertified Multiple Sclerosis Specialist – Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis CentersMyasthenia Gravis Foundation of America Partner Provider  Alumni – Columbia University College of Physicians Surgeons  Alumni […]

Interpreting muscle function from Electromyography (EMG)

Electromyography (EMG) is a diagnostic procedure used to evaluate neuromuscular function and detect any neural or muscular abnormalities. Your pain management doctor may order an EMG if you display symptoms such as shooting pain, tingling, weakness, numbness, and/or cramping. During the study, tiny electrodes are inserted into different muscle groups to record electrical activity while […]

5 Ways to Improve Brain Health

In today’s competitive environment, you need every advantage you can get to achieve your goals and take your career or company to the next level. Have you ever wanted to sharpen your decision-making skills, increase productivity and/or have better focus? The good news is, you can! It all starts with understanding how your brain works […]

Chiropractic Care for Stress During the Holidays

For most, the holiday season cheer does not come without its fair share of stress. The holidays are when all the little stressors of life culminate into one big mess; finances, family, relationships, work, eating (too much), exercise (or lack thereof!). 7 Ways that chiropractic helps you manage your Holiday stress and life stress in […]

Diagnostic Challenges of Small Fiber Neuropathy

If you are suffering from chronic nerve pain that doesn’t seem to respond to pain management treatments such as nerve blocks or steroid injections, you may be suffering from a condition called small fiber neuropathy (SFN). This condition results from damage to small nerve fibers found throughout the body and can be hard to diagnose […]

Vertigo: Causes, Treatments & When To Seek Care.

What is vertigo? Vertigo is a sudden sensation that you or your environment is spinning.  While oftentimes mistakenly used interchangeably with acrophobia, a fear of heights, vertigo is actually a symptom rather than a condition itself. Vertigo varies in both severity and duration, and is commonly caused by problems with the inner ear, which plays […]