BRI News & Updates

Mitochondrial Myopathy

According to the Muscular Dystrophy Association, mitochondrial myopathies are a family of diseases that affect the mitochondria (tiny energy powerhouses) within a person’s cells. Symptoms of these conditions include fatigue, muscle weakness, atrophy (or shrinking) of... Read more »

Post-Surgical Joint Care

Sometimes injuries or degenerative conditions will require surgery to help you return to your best level of function. If you and your surgeon decide that surgery is necessary to manage your condition, you should next consider options for maximizing your overall... Read more »


According to the national Arthritis Foundation, osteoarthritis (also known as degenerative joint disease) is the most common chronic condition of the joints. Osteoarthritis can impact any joint but it is known to affect the spine (neck and back), hips, knees, wrists,... Read more »

Sacroiliac Dysfunction

The sacroiliac (or “SI”) joint where your pelvic bones connect to the base of your spine, or sacrum. As a result, we all have two SI joints. SI Dysfunction can cause low back or pelvic pain and is usually the result of either too much or too little mobility at one or... Read more »

Hip Pain

The hip is a “ball and socket” joint covered in supportive connective tissue. While not always the case, issues affecting the hip joint itself can result in pain on the front of the hip or groin region. Pain on the outside or backside of your hip may be due to... Read more »

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