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How Viscosupplementation Can Alleviate Your Knee Pain Dec 1st, 2022

Knee pain is common, particularly in people with osteoarthritis. It’s a common form of arthritis involving wear-and-tear damage in your joints that can lead to stiffness, pain, and immobility. No matter who you are, it’s difficult not to use your knee joints.  Viscosupplementation is an excellent treatment option, specifically for pain...

What Every Athlete Should Know About Injury Prevention Nov 1st, 2022

You're always at risk of injuries while playing sports or exercising. Even non-contact sports put you at risk, even if you take the necessary steps to protect yourself. But that doesn’t mean you should give up on sports or fall out of shape with a more sedentary lifestyle. Our team of...

Healthy Habits That Support Your Shoulder Oct 1st, 2022

If you’ve ever injured your shoulder, you know that a shoulder injury, like a rotator cuff tear or impingement, can involve a lengthy recovery with costly and inconvenient complications along the way. It quickly becomes apparent just how much you rely on your shoulder joints when you experience the pain and immobility...

A Closer Look At Your Knee Anatomy (And What Can Go Wrong) Sep 1st, 2022

Knee pain, especially if it’s persistent or comes with weakness, is a sign of a problem. The worse it becomes, the more likely a knee injury or condition is to disrupt your ability to walk or stand. While you might not initially understand what happened inside your knee to cause pain, swelling,...

What’s Involved in Physical Therapy? Aug 1st, 2022

Various orthopedic conditions and injuries, which often happen due to falls or during sports, benefit from physical therapy throughout the recovery. Physical therapy can also help you recover after surgery or avoid surgery altogether. There are countless benefits of physical therapy, and its importance in orthopedic medicine is undeniable.  Still, many people...

5 Tips for Recovery After a Rotator Cuff Injury Jul 1st, 2022

The group of muscles that controls the majority of your shoulder’s movements is called the rotator cuff. You can thank it for allowing you to reach upward and outward and lift objects.  Rotator cuff injuries, like rotator cuff tears, are the most common causes of shoulder pain. For many people, a rotator...

Here’s How Diabetes Affects Your Feet Jun 1st, 2022

Diabetes can cause significant issues for your feet, several of which can become severe enough to lead to amputation. Learning about the connection between diabetes and your feet helps you be more prepared and diligent about dealing with issues that arise, no matter how small they may seem at first. ...

PRP Treatment: How Your Own Blood Can Help Treat Your Chronic Foot Pain May 25th, 2022

The foot is a particularly bothersome place for chronic pain. In fact, chronic pain in the foot may impact your ability to walk or stand comfortably. If you’re an athlete and don’t have a solution for your chronic foot pain, you can say goodbye to the speed and agility you...

What You Should Know About Outpatient Joint Replacements Apr 26th, 2022

You might assume that a surgery as extensive as a joint replacement would require a hospital stay of at least a few days. In reality, this isn’t always the case.  Thanks to advancements in surgical techniques and technology, outpatient joint replacements offer considerable benefits compared to inpatient surgeries of the...