Dr. Edgar Neil Pasia D.O.
Sports Medicine Specialist | Sports Medicine940 River Centre Dr. Port Huron MI, 48060
Dr. Edgar Pasia is a Sports Medicine Family Practitioner in Port Huron, MI. As a Sports Medicine Family Practitioner, Dr. Pasia is trained to assess, diagnose, prevent, and treat sports injuries in patients of all ages, and refer those patients to further services if needed. Sports Medicine Family Practitioners must complete specialized training in order to help each patient maximize function and improve quality of life.
Education and Training
Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine of Midwestern University 2000
Orthopaedic SurgeryAmerican Board of Orthopaedic SurgeryABOS
- Topical tissue factor pathway inhibitor improves free-flap survival in a model simulating free-flap errors.
- Treatment of avascular ulcers with cytokine-induced tissue generation and skin grafting.
- Local irrigation with tissue factor pathway inhibitor inhibits intimal hyperplasia induced by arterial interventions.
- Effect of phosphate concentration in buffered irrigating solutions on arterial thrombosis.
- Neck Pain
- Back Pain
- Pinched Nerve
- Herniated Disc
- Birth Defects
- Spinal Stenosis
- Degenerative Disc Disease (ddd)
- MemberAmerican Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
- Member American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
- Member American Osteopathic Association
- Member North American Spine Society
- Member American Osteopathic Association, DO
- St. James Hospital & Medical Centers 2001
- Leatherman Spine Fellowship 2005
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- When Do You Need to See a Sports Medicine Doctor?
IntroductionPeople of all ages may engage in sports as a pastime for enjoyment or athletic competition. However, participating in sports can also sometimes result in injuries. Effectively and quickly attending to these injuries make it possible for athletes to recover and return doing sports.Sports...
- Treatment for Meningitis
The severity of meningitis varies from one person to another. In common cases, medications can help solve the problem and the person may recover within 1 to 3 weeks. But in cases where there is a risk of the infection spreading to the meninges, hospitalization and other confirmation tests might be...
- What Is a Bruise?
IntroductionBruises, also known as contusions, appear due to certain types of trauma. Bruises are formed when the body’s soft tissues are injured due to bumps, twists, fall, or blow to the body. This injury causes tiny blood vessels and small veins to break and release red blood cells (RBCs)...
- What Team of Specialists Should I Contact if I Have Meningitis?
As complex as it is, meningitis can sometimes be a threat to life. Treating meningitis can be tricky, hence, it needs a team of medical practitioners to make a diagnosis and offer treatment for the condition. You can call your doctor immediately under the following circumstances:...
- What are the Benefits of Plyometrics?
Plyometrics, plyos, or jump training, is an exercise regimen developed to improve power, agility, and speed. These exercises were developed originally for the Olympic athletes to enhance their performance. Now, these rebounding exercises have become very popular among others, particularly for...
- Is Sepsis a Chronic Condition?
Sepsis is a life-threatening condition, which is a result of the body’s reaction to an infection. Your body can respond to an infection by going into overdrive despite its immune system’s protection against diseases and infections.Sepsis is a dangerous condition where the body fights an...