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Lawn mowing injuries

Cutting the grass is not only dirty and loud, it’s dangerous: Each year 80,000 Americans require hospital treatment for lawnmower accidents, the majority of which are caused when other things—think rocks and sticks—are accidentally picked up and thrown by the mower blades.


Sidestep it: Make sure your mower is in good working condition, clear the yard of any objects that could be flung by the lawnmower blades, and don’t mow without enough daylight. Always wear proper protective equipment, including pants, long sleeves, closed toe shoes, sunglasses and, ideally, hearing protection.


Treat it: If you feel like your muscles are the problem then come see Dr. Scott. He can help the pain go away. Even if the muscles aren't the problem you can come to Dr. Scott to have help with the pain.

To make an appointment call 208-846-8898.

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  • "I was recently in a bad car accident, and even though I walked away okay, problems with my neck and back followed. After my first visit with Dr. Scott I felt better. Dr. Gibbons and his wife were more than helpful and comforting."
    Jordan B - Meridian, ID