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Do I Need Hand or Wrist Surgery?

Your hands are the most versatile part of your body. So when any aspect — from a knuckle to a wrist — causes pain or doesn’t function correctly, relief is critical. If first-line treatments aren’t effective, hand surgery may be the solution.

Jan 8th, 2021
How Hyaluronic Acid Can Help Your Joints

Do you struggle with arthritis in your knees? Perhaps you’re wondering if it’s time for a knee replacement. You may be able to postpone knee surgery by giving hyaluronic acid a try.

Jan 1st, 2021
Healing From Hip Replacement Surgery

If you’re scheduled for hip replacement surgery, you will want to know what recovery is like. When will you begin walking? When will you be able to drive again? It’s time to learn about the basic timeline for hip replacement recovery.

Dec 1st, 2020
What to Do About Tendonitis

Are you feeling a lot of pain in an arm, shoulder, or wrist? Perhaps the pain is around your knee. It’s not getting any better. What’s going on? You may have tendonitis.

Nov 5th, 2020
Is Osteoarthritis Curable?

The pain in your knee or hip joint doesn’t seem to be going away. It may be caused by osteoarthritis. What can you do to keep the pain at bay? Learn more about osteoarthritis causes and treatments.

Oct 8th, 2020
Understanding the Power of Platelets in Healing

If you have a musculoskeletal injury or arthritis, you’re looking for the most effective treatment to relieve pain and inflammation. Learn how platelet-rich plasma, or PRP, can speed healing and aid mobility.

Sep 9th, 2020
5 Ways to Reduce Lower Back Pain at Work

If you stand at an assembly line or sit at your computer all day, you’re at risk for chronic lower back pain. Learn how you can help prevent this condition and reduce your pain if it does occur.

Aug 12th, 2020
The Link Between Fluid Retention and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Does your wrist hurt at the end of a long day on the computer? The pain could be caused by a compressed nerve that travels from your arm into your hand — a condition called carpal tunnel syndrome. If you’re retaining fluid, that could be the culprit.

Jul 20th, 2020
Why Are Rotator Cuff Injuries so Common?

A shoulder injury can impact not only your personal life but also your work life. You may not be able to reach for a glass of water or paint a ceiling without pain. Learn what causes rotator cuff injuries and how they’re treated.

May 12th, 2020
You Don't Have to Suffer From Hammertoe: We Can Help

You’ve noticed one of your toe joints no longer sits flat against the floor; it sticks up. You have a hammertoe, and it may be painful. Don’t let your quality of life suffer; we can offer effective treatments.

Apr 1st, 2020
The Difference Between a Fracture and a Stress Fracture

If you have pain in your foot, ankle, or lower leg, you may have a stress fracture. Stress fractures, while not as serious as a complete break or fracture, still require professional medical treatment for proper healing.

Mar 1st, 2020
Get Back Into the Game Sooner with Tennis Elbow Surgery

If tennis elbow has you watching the game from the sidelines, look into tennis elbow surgery! This procedure can get you back on the court sooner. Read more to learn if tennis elbow surgery can help you get back in the game.

Jan 2nd, 2020
Avoiding Carpal Tunnel in an Office Job

Working at an office job can increase your risk of developing carpal tunnel syndrome, a condition related to repetitive finger and hand movements. Find out what you can do to avoid this painful and debilitating condition.

Dec 1st, 2019
Do Bunions Require Surgery?

Bunions are deformities in the foot that vary in severity. When conservative treatments fail to alleviate your symptoms, surgery may be the best option.

Sep 1st, 2019
Why Women are More Prone to ACL Tears than Men

You work just as hard, you play just as hard, it doesn’t seem fair that, as a woman, you’re two to eight times more likely to suffer from an ACL tear than a man. Find out why this is true and what you can do about it.

Jul 31st, 2019
Am I Too Young for Hip Replacement Surgery?

Thinking hip replacement surgery is only for boomers and beyond? Wrong! The percentage of 45- to 54-year-olds who receive this ball-and-socket hip joint replacement surgery has increased dramatically.

Jun 1st, 2019