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Dr. Raha Mobarak

Dr. Raha Mobarak is originally from Dallas,
where he graduated from J.J. Pearce High School.

He then went on to undergraduate studies at the University of Dallas and Baylor University with a focus on French and Pre-Med. As an avid athlete and former rugby player, interest in foot and ankle sports medicine and surgery became a key role when attending medical school at Barry University. He received his Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine in 2005. He was then granted entry into the prestigious Albuquerque VAMC Podiatric Surgical Residency Program focusing on diabetic limb salvage, elective surgeries of all foot and ankle pathologies, and trauma surgeries under the supervision and guidance of Dr. John Hembree. He then continued on and completed a year of fellowship at the Lovelace Healthcare System, where he explored further into reconstruction and trauma of the foot and ankle using arthroscopic techniques and external fixation methods

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777 East Wheatland Road, Duncanville, TX, 75116
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Back Pain? Be careful of these activites

Without even realizing it, many people fall into bad habits that can wreak havoc on their backs. Because spinal misalignment can lead to all sorts of other health problems, taking care to treat your body right during everyday work and play activates will help you avoid chronic medical conditions as well as aches and pains. Running Running can be a great exercise, a source of stress relief, and a social activity. But running can also put stress on your joints. A study by the National Institutes of Health shows that running downhill, for instance, can put strain on the lower back and compress the spine. Sleeping Sleep is supposed to make you feel better, right? Marlene Caldwell, a physical therapist at the Cleveland Clinic Center, says the key to avoiding morning stiffness is keeping the spine in a neutral position. She recommends sleeping on your back or your side, and to make sure your pillow supports your neck, not just your head. If you're sleeping on your side, make sure your pillow is big enough to keep your neck inline with the rest of your spine. Sitting Too much sitting can put stress on the lower back, impact posture, and lead to serious chronic medical conditions. If you catch yourself in the same position for more than an hour, take a break and walk around. Keep the blood flowing and try to maintain neutral postures that don't strain your spine. By staying aware of how your actions impact your spine, you can help lower the risk of major injury and pain. Source: Southtown Star


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