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Arthroscopy For a Torn Meniscus

A severe meniscus tear can lay you flat in no time, but arthroscopic surgery provides relief from the pain and brings back your mobility. Learn about the meniscus itself, the risk factors for a tear, and the benefits of this advanced treatment.

Sep 21st, 2020
The Science Behind ACL Repair

Whether you’re an avid athlete or not, ACL injuries are common and painful. When other treatments don’t work, arthroscopic repair surgery may be the best option. Learn about the sophisticated surgery, aftercare, and recovery here.

Aug 23rd, 2020
Exercises to Ensure Knee Stability

Knee strength and stability is key to avoiding injury, staving off chronic conditions, and recovering from surgery. Learn about easy exercises you can do to make your knees “rock solid.”

Jul 23rd, 2020
5 Tips to Prevent an ACL Injury

An ACL injury is usually sudden, audible, painful, and not easy or quick to recover from. Learn what you can do to lower your risk for this type of injury and an advanced surgical option available to you if you do.

Jun 22nd, 2020
When is it Time For a Knee Replacement?

If you’ve suffered for years with knee pain, it might be time to take the plunge and have your knee replaced, but how do you know for sure? Learn here about what makes knee replacement advisable.

May 26th, 2020
What Causes Frozen Shoulder and How You Can Fix It

Did you know that, like water, your shoulder can freeze over time, and then thaw? Trouble is the pain and immobility can be long-lasting. There’s a minimally invasive surgical option that’s now available if more conservative treatments have failed.

Feb 1st, 2020
The Anatomy of a Rotator Cuff Injury

You likely use your shoulders a lot. Because of this, your chances of injuring your rotator cuffs are considerable. Read on to learn how you can injure your rotator cuffs and what the symptoms are if you do.

Jan 1st, 2020
Why Physical Therapy Makes All the Difference in Your Rehab

When you have experienced an injury or had surgery, you need time to heal. You want to get back to doing all the things you need and want to do as quickly as possible. Physical therapy makes your rehab more effective and as short as possible.

Dec 1st, 2019
Top Signs Your Meniscus May Be in Trouble

Your meniscus plays a part in helping you run, walk, and bend your knee. To prevent a full tear, read on to learn a few signs that your meniscus may be in trouble.

Nov 1st, 2019
Here's How Your Shoes Affect Your Knee Pain

Wearing the wrong kind of shoes can wreak havoc on your body and make it difficult to walk and stand. It’s important you pay attention to your footwear to avoid any problems. Keep reading to learn more.

Sep 1st, 2019
What Causes Hamstring Injuries?

Hamstring injuries can cause a ton of pain, while simultaneously making it difficult to complete daily tasks. The level of injury may provide a clue to its cause. Read on to learn more.

Aug 22nd, 2019
What to Expect When Recovering From Knee Replacement Surgery

Knee replacement surgery can give you back your active lifestyle, but be prepared for the time and effort it takes to get there. Are you considering knee replacement surgery? Here’s what to expect during the several months of recovery after surgery.

Mar 2nd, 2019
How Shoulder Arthroscopy Can Help Treat Shoulder Injuries

Have you sustained a shoulder injury during sports, work, or another accident? Find out how a shoulder arthroscopy can help you fully heal from shoulder conditions. Here’s what you need to know about this minimally invasive procedure.

Jan 9th, 2019
The 10 Most Common Ways You Can Damage Your Meniscus

Knee pain can stop you in your tracks. And meniscus damage, which can occur during activity or due to degeneration of this cushioning cartilage, could be the cause. Be aware of the 10 most common ways you could damage your meniscus.

Oct 29th, 2018
How Torn Hamstrings are Repaired

If you’ve injured your hamstring, letting nature run its course may not be the best way to heal. Torn hamstrings often benefit from a little surgical intervention to make sure you regain full function of this important group of muscles.

Sep 26th, 2018
What Is Frozen Shoulder?

If you’ve had pain and stiffness in your shoulder for months but don’t recall hurting it, it’s possible that you have a frozen shoulder. The good news is that it’s treatable and usually resolves; the bad news is that it could take some time.

Jul 25th, 2018
5 Tips to Protect Your Knees As You Age

Our bodies start to change as we get older, and particularly after 50, our joints start wearing out. The good news is there are steps you can take to protect your knee joints and keep yourself moving for decades yet to come.

Jun 18th, 2018
Never Give Up: Christina McNamara Schmidt’s Journey

When a hamstring surgery went wrong for triathlete Christina McNamara Schmidt, she didn’t give up. And neither did Dr. Struan Coleman. Here’s how one woman met the right doctor in order to get back into the game.

May 30th, 2018
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