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  • Did you know?

    Did you know that AOK Spine and Pain is only one part of AOK Medical Center? Check out our new medical center website at www.aokmedicalcenter.com for more details!

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  • Did you know?

    Did you know that AOKC is just one part of the AOK Medical Center? Visit our new medical center website at www.aokmedicalcenter.com for more details!

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  • Running- How to Start

    Fresh off the tails of the annual Chevron Houston Marathon many Houstonians see their friends and family that participated basking in their accomplishment and enjoying their “runners high” and think to themselves “how do they do it?” Do you see the positive effect running has on their lives and want to enjoy the same benefits but don’t know where to start or find the motivation? As if getting in better shape wasn’t reason enough running also relieves stress and strengthens your muscles.

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  • 2014 GHATS

    The Greater Houston Athletic Trainers Society (GHATS) held their 25th Annual Student Athletic Trainer Workshop Saturday, January 11th, 2014. The workshop was the largest free student workshop in the country.

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    Do you love AOK Spine and Pain and the care you receive from our wonderful physicians? Leave a review! Visit www.drscore.com, www.yelp.com, or www.vitals.com, type in the name of your physician and share your feedback! Once your review has been submitted send a copy of it to AOKReviews2013@gmail.com along with your name and address and receive a Starbucks gift card!

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  • Camden Wealth Advisors Cup

    We are pleased to announce that Dr. Jack Jensen will be the Team Physician for the 2014 PowerShares Series, Camden Wealth Advisors Cup. The event will feature tennis legends, Andre Agassi, James Blake, Jim Courier, and Andy Roddick

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  • Why Walk Upright?

    The question of when hominoids began to walk on two limbs rather than four is being defined by new fossil discoveries by anthropologists, but the question of why humans became bipedal may be more difficult to answer.

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  • How to Fit Shoes Properly

    It is important for a multitude of reasons that we buy shoes that fit us properly. First, and most important, it keeps our feet healthy and an in good condition. Second, IT’S MORE COMFORTABLE! Follow these few simple tips and I can guarantee you your “dogs will be barkin” a whole lot less.

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  • The Jurassic Knee- By Dr. Jack Jensen

    The first change occurred 180 million years ago during the Jurassic Period, when the femur angled in toward the midline and brought the knee’s orientation to the front. With this change, walking became more efficient. The next event occurred in the Cretaceous period, during the time of the emergence of the earliest mammals (protomammals).

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  • High Heels-Pros and Cons

    High heels are a common staple in most women’s wardrobes these days. Having been created centuries ago, during the 1500’s to be exact, high heels were initially designed as footwear for men. While the benefits of wearing heels are quite obvious (boosts confidence, changes posture, slims us down and makes us taller) there are also multiple disadvantages that if not taken seriously could have a major impact on your health.

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