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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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Ease your pinched nerves with yoga

Having a pinched nerve in your neck or your back is an extremely painful condition. The pain can be so bad at times that it’s debilitating, impacting your welfare and your ability to participate in everyday life. The longer the pain goes on, the more likely you are to develop problems such as depression and even a dependence on powerful pain medications. And while you may have been told that surgery may be your only chance at a normal life, some experts disagree. Some experts have begun to promote yoga as a safer alternative to surgery when it comes to the treatment of pinched nerves. About Pinched Nerves Pinched nerves happen when a nerve becomes compressed. The compressed nerve becomes inflamed and begins to cause symptoms such as shooting pains, numbness and tingling, or burning sensations along the nerve pathway. While this can happen in any joint in your body, it is most commonly found in your neck and back as a result of an accident or hereditary disc condition. Recommended Poses One of the more common poses that is recommended for the relief of pain associated with pinched nerves is the supported child's pose. In order to perform the child's pose, you will need to place a yoga bolster or several firm pillows parallel to your yoga space. The pillows should be stacked in rows of three, two high. Place your knees near the end of the first stack of pillows at the middle of the yoga space. Lower your head and shoulders down onto the first stack of pillows while shifting your weight backwards toward your heels, pushing your arms out in front of you. Hold the position for up to five minutes several times per week. You can support your ankles and knees by placing rolled up towels under the joints for support. Additional poses that encourage healing of pinched nerves include the supported bridge pose and slow, controlled neck stretches. Considerations If your current pinched nerve therapy isn’t producing the results you had hoped for, it’s time to consider adding yoga to your regimen. However, even yoga may not provide the relief you are looking for. Become Pain Free offers information on specialized treatments for spine injuries and disorders. They can help you understand your pinched nerve pain and help you determine the best course of action for your unique situation. Call today and let us show you how yoga can help you you’re your pinched nerves faster than with conservative therapy alone or make recommendations for further treatment if yoga isn't working. Don’t let your current therapy get on your last nerve. Call (888) 373-3720 or visit today.

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