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Why Your Knees Hurt More the Older You Get

Why Your Knees Hurt More the Older You Get

As you age, you may notice that your knee pain becomes increasingly more uncomfortable. Discover why your knees hurt more as you age and learn practical strategies to prevent and manage knee pain.
Apr 8th, 2024
5 Things Most Don't Know About Fibromyalgia

5 Things Most Don't Know About Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia, a chronic condition often misdiagnosed due to its varied symptoms like pain, fatigue, and cognitive issues, affects millions. Learn more about fibromyalgia and take charge of your health.
Oct 1st, 2023
Things You Didn't Know Negatively Impact Your Bone Health

Things You Didn't Know Negatively Impact Your Bone Health

Ensuring bone health is a vital aspect of orthopaedic care. But are you aware of the daily habits that might affect your skeletal well-being? We provide practical and effective strategies for improving your bone health for the long term.
Aug 1st, 2023
 Your Orthopaedic Surgeon's Favorite Workouts

Your Orthopaedic Surgeon's Favorite Workouts

Uncover the favorite workouts of orthopaedic surgeons. Enhance joint health, muscle strength, and mobility with these doctor-approved exercises. Get on the path to better physical fitness and well-being today.
Jul 11th, 2023
3 Tips to Accelerate Healing After Suffering a Fracture

3 Tips to Accelerate Healing After Suffering a Fracture

A broken bone can feel like a big setback. Thankfully, there are simple ways to speed up your recovery and get back on the move in no time. Keep reading to learn more about accelerating fracture healing so that you feel better fast.
Apr 11th, 2023
Could My Knee Pain Be a Meniscus Tear?

Could My Knee Pain Be a Meniscus Tear?

If you have ongoing knee pain, it could indicate a serious condition like a meniscus tear. This injury can cause difficulty bending or extending the knee and swelling and stiffness in the joint. Read more here about the risks of a meniscus tear.
Mar 9th, 2023
How Physical Therapy Can Minimize Your Need for Hip Surgery

How Physical Therapy Can Minimize Your Need for Hip Surgery

Hip joint pain makes it hard to do everyday tasks. Physical therapy is part of a conservative treatment plan if you’re not ready for hip replacement surgery. You might prevent or postpone the need for hip replacement surgery with physical therapy.
Feb 12th, 2023
Does My ACL Tear Require Surgery?

Does My ACL Tear Require Surgery?

Depending on the extent of your injury, we can successfully treat an ACL tear conservatively or with surgery. Most ACL injuries require surgery to regain total knee usage, but that’s not always the case. Does your ACL tear require surgery?
Dec 7th, 2022
The Importance of Routine and Monitored Physical Therapy

The Importance of Routine and Monitored Physical Therapy

The decision to have surgery is a difficult one and sometimes inevitable. It has an impact on how the body functions. If you’ve had major surgery, you probably need routine and monitored physical therapy after. You might even need it before surgery.
Nov 2nd, 2022
6 Effective Treatments for a Rotator Cuff Injury

6 Effective Treatments for a Rotator Cuff Injury

You may be unaware of how your rotator cuff supports your daily routine until an injury occurs. A torn rotator cuff can make everyday activities challenging. Find out more about the shoulder and how to treat rotator cuff injuries.
Sep 13th, 2022
What To Expect as Your Knee Fracture Heals

What To Expect as Your Knee Fracture Heals

Anyone can break a bone, including the knee. Fortunately, most knee fractures heal without complications. Whether you use conservative treatment or require surgery to restore knee function, you need time to heal and recover.
Aug 8th, 2022
5 Lifestyle Habits for Managing Your Arthritis

5 Lifestyle Habits for Managing Your Arthritis

Many healthy habits provide sustained pain relief if you’re experiencing aching, stiff joints due to arthritis. Good nutrition, sufficient sleep, and exercise make your body more resilient and often significantly improve your quality of life.
Jul 12th, 2022
What To Do About Painful Shin Splints

What To Do About Painful Shin Splints

If you have shin splints, you know how painful they can be. Learn more about shin splints, what they are, what causes them, and how you can relieve shin pain and heal.
Jun 1st, 2022
Everything You Should Know About Stress Fractures

Everything You Should Know About Stress Fractures

A stress fracture is a tiny tear in a bone that can worsen without proper care. Read on to learn more about stress fractures, where they occur, when to see a doctor, and what you can do to start the healing process.
May 1st, 2022
What Is Hyaluronic Acid and How Does It Help My Joints?

What Is Hyaluronic Acid and How Does It Help My Joints?

You can find hyaluronic acid almost everywhere in the human body. It’s in large amounts of your skin, bones, cartilage, and synovial fluid. Our viscosupplementation injections contain hyaluronic acid to relieve joint pain. Here’s how.
Apr 1st, 2022
Healthy Habits That Support Joint Health

Healthy Habits That Support Joint Health

Joint health is directly connected to your overall health and affects your quality of life, so it’s essential to create healthy habits that support your joint wellness. Whether joint pain is chronic or temporary, these tips will help ease your pain.
Mar 1st, 2022
Life After Hip Replacement

Life After Hip Replacement

Hip replacement surgery can ease pain and enhance your quality of life. Rehabilitation is critical for the flexibility and stability of your hip. It helps you strengthen muscles, increase mobility, and learn how to move with the new joint.
Feb 1st, 2022
When to See a Specialist About Joint Pain

When to See a Specialist About Joint Pain

Joint pain is common. The root cause may be harmless or a warning sign of more serious diseases. Normal wear and tear can trigger pain, but so can osteoarthritis. We'll tell you what's behind joint pain and when to see a doctor.
Jan 1st, 2022
6 Signs of a Rotator Cuff Injury

6 Signs of a Rotator Cuff Injury

Do you suddenly find it difficult to do everyday activities such as combing your hair, carrying shopping bags, or even putting on your jacket? You may have a rotator cuff injury, causing pain, stiffness, and cracking or popping of the shoulder joint.
Dec 1st, 2021
Recovering from Knee Replacement Surgery: What to Expect

Recovering from Knee Replacement Surgery: What to Expect

Knee replacement surgery provides relief for many patients. However, you may be worried about recovering from surgery. Knee replacements are invasive but low-risk operations, and we’ll help you recover every step of the way. Read more here.
Nov 2nd, 2021
5 Benefits of Knee Arthroscopy

5 Benefits of Knee Arthroscopy

With the help of arthroscopy, knee joints are easily examined to treat injuries. A special optical probe (an arthroscope) is inserted into the joint through a small incision in the skin. Read more about arthroscopy here and see if it’s right for you.
Oct 10th, 2021
Getting Active Again After an ACL Injury

Getting Active Again After an ACL Injury

An ACL injury doesn’t have to result in permanent pain. In fact, we have many solutions to relieve you of your discomfort. ACL injuries are serious, but getting active after an accident can improve your mobility and decrease reinjury risks.
Sep 9th, 2021
How to Avoid Carpal Tunnel in an Office Job

How to Avoid Carpal Tunnel in an Office Job

Many people with carpal tunnel syndrome have mild or moderate symptoms that come and go. The best way to avoid getting carpal tunnel is by practicing preventive measures, especially if you have an office job. Read more about prevention here.
Aug 18th, 2021

Adjusting to Life With Arthritis

Arthritis can lead to joint pain and swelling, restricted mobility, and weakness. All of these complaints can seriously affect everyday life and well-being. Here’s how you can adjust to life with arthritis.
Jul 19th, 2021

Signs You May Need a Hip Replacement

Each year in the United States, approximately 330,000 people turn to a hip replacement in order to regain pain-free movement. To determine whether you might benefit from hip replacement, we’ve pulled together some points to consider.
Jun 18th, 2021

How to Tell if You Tore Your ACL

The knee joint is composed of the femur, patella, and the tibia bones. They are one of the most stressed joints in the entire body and absorb a great deal of stress on a daily basis.
Mar 5th, 2021

The Benefits of Arthroscopy for Athletes

Being an athlete definitely has its ups and downs. On one hand, many athletes absolutely love their sport and relish in the routine of practicing and competing.
Feb 19th, 2021

3 Signs You May Have Osteoarthritis in Your Hip

As we age the cartilage between our joints wears down, causing the bones in the joint to rub against each other. This is known as osteoarthritis, or “wear and tear” arthritis, and it is very common in adults over the age of 50.
Jan 8th, 2021

Different Types of Joints & Common Problems

Did you know that there are between 250-350 joints in the human body? The reason why this is not an exact number is because the number of joints can vary with age,...
Dec 23rd, 2020

When to See an Orthopaedic Surgeon

Got pain? If your pain is musculoskeletal, meaning that it is derived from the muscles, tendons, ligaments, or bones, then you may want to consider seeing an orthopedic surgeon.
Dec 18th, 2020

The 7 Most Common Sports Injuries

Playing sports has a number of benefits. Some of these benefits relate to cardiovascular and musculoskeletal health, while others relate to learning the importance of teamwork or personal development.
Nov 27th, 2020

Ways to Promote Bone Health

Your bones are the structural foundation of your entire body and it is highly important to keep them healthy. While the body makes new bone at a rate faster than it breaks down bone ...
Nov 20th, 2020

Why Does my Hip Hurt?

Hip conditions are one of the most frequently misdiagnosed or undiagnosed conditions.
Nov 13th, 2020

How to Preserve Your Joints

Did you know that there are approximately 250 joints in an adult human body? Some of these joints, like synarthroses are immovable and fixed in place, while others like ampiarthroses may move ever so slightly.
Oct 30th, 2020

Do I Need a Partial or Total Knee Replacement?

Did you know that your knee is one of the most stressed joints in the body? In fact according to a recent study, one pound of weight exerted on your knee translates to four pounds of joint stress.
Oct 9th, 2020