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Discover What Sports Medicine Is and How It Can Help You - Blog Post

Discover What Sports Medicine Is and How It Can Help You


Orthopedic sports medicine isn’t just for athletes or people who play sports on the weekend. In fact, anyone can visit an orthopedist for any muscle or ligament issues that occur. The field relies on rehabilitation methods to help get the patient back on their feet in the shortest amount of time possible. Read more to […]

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Explore How Herniated Disc Injections Work to Relieve Your Back Pain - Blog Post

Explore How Herniated Disc Injections Work to Relieve Your Back Pain


Back pain can sneak up on you when you least expect it—if you have pain radiating through your lower back, a “slipped” a disc may be the cause of your discomfort. Herniated disc injections are a nonsurgical treatment option that can help relieve spinal nerve irritation. Discover how a spine specialist can help you alleviate […]

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Discover How to Prevent Winter Slips and Falls - Blog Post

Discover How to Prevent Winter Slips and Falls


Whether it’s a fracture or a sprain, the risk of orthopedic injuries is at its peak during the colder months. Understanding how to prevent winter slips and falls can help you enjoy this season without unnecessary pain or stiffness. Common Slip-And-Fall Injuries While anyone can injure themselves by slipping or falling, older individuals are more […]

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What Is a Hip Flexor Strain and How Is It Treated? - Blog Post

What Is a Hip Flexor Strain and How Is It Treated?


Hip flexor strains are most often caused by “overdoing it.” While not usually serious, this injury can be quite painful if left untreated. Understanding what a hip flexor strain is and its symptoms can help you get the right treatment for this common orthopedic condition. What Are Hip Flexors? Hip flexors are the flexible muscle […]

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What Is a Labral Tear and How Is It Treated? - Blog Post

What Is a Labral Tear and How Is It Treated?


Does your shoulder catch or lock when you lift heavy objects? You may be experiencing symptoms of a labral tear. Understanding what a labral tear is and the types of treatments a shoulder specialist offers can help you be on your way to performing everyday tasks without worrying about shoulder pain. What Is a Shoulder […]

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Discover the Benefits of PRP Injections for Knee Arthritis - Blog Post

Discover the Benefits of PRP Injections for Knee Arthritis


Using Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) injections for knee arthritis is a relatively new treatment option that utilizes your own blood to help relieve knee pain and promote long-lasting healing. Discover the many benefits of PRP treatments and how an orthopedic knee specialist can help you alleviate knee pain with this nonsurgical procedure. What Is Arthritis? Simply […]

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What Is Spinal Stenosis and How Is It Treated? - Blog Post

What Is Spinal Stenosis and How Is It Treated?


Spinal stenosis is a common orthopedic injury that occurs most often in the lower back and the neck. Understanding what spinal stenosis is and the types of treatments spine specialists offer can help you get back to enjoying your favorite activities pain-free. What Is Spinal Stenosis? Spinal stenosis is a narrowing of the spine, which […]

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How Do You Know if You Tore Your ACL? - Blog Post

How Do You Know if You Tore Your ACL?


Knee injuries can be painful and debilitating. Your ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) is a tissue band of ligaments that hold the knee bones together. The function of the ACL is to prevent your shinbone from sliding out in front of your thighbone. What Is ACL Injury? An ACL injury is a sprain or tear of […]

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Symptoms of Shoulder Arthritis - Blog Post

Symptoms of Shoulder Arthritis


The shoulder joint has more movement than any other joint in the body. Shoulder arthritis can make these frequent movements more painful. What is Shoulder Arthritis? The two main types of shoulder arthritis are: Osteoarthritis (degenerative joint disease) Rheumatoid arthritis (inflammatory) Osteoarthritis (OA) is typically seen in people over 50 and is due to the […]

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Treatment Options for Carpal Tunnel - Blog Post

Treatment Options for Carpal Tunnel


What is Carpal Tunnel? Carpal tunnel syndrome is a medical condition that comes from the irritation of the wrist’s median nerve. The median nerve is located in your carpal tunnel. When the nerve is pressed or squeezed, carpal tunnel syndrome can develop. What Causes Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? For many people, the exact cause of carpal […]

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