Blog Archive

Am I a Good Candidate for Hip Replacement Surgery? Jul 29th, 2020

Pain anywhere in your body can range from annoying to debilitating. Hip pain is no exception, sometimes making it difficult to walk, stand, or even rest comfortably. Millions of people who suffer with hip pain know the desperation of trying to find lasting relief from their agony.  Armed with the...

Wrist Arthritis vs. Carpal Tunnel Jun 23rd, 2020

Whether you’re a factory line worker or a chronic social media scroller, your wrist is essential to your daily life and ability to function normally. When your wrist and the bones and muscles within it become damaged and irritated, you experience the pain and immobility associated with conditions like carpal...

Sports Medicine: Getting You Back in the Game May 14th, 2020

With sports injuries accounting for just over a third of all injuries in recent years, and just under one-third in children more currently, it’s no wonder that sports medicine doctors are in high demand. From tough-tackling football players to gracefully tiptoeing ballerinas, no athlete is immune to injuries. If you’re...

Facts You Should Know About Total Shoulder Replacement Apr 24th, 2020

Given how much you rely on your shoulders, hearing a diagnosis that you need to have total shoulder replacement can be scary. Make sure you know the facts about what you’re facing. With that in mind, we’re here to be fully informed.  At the Center for Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine,...

Getting Back Into Sports After an ACL Tear Mar 30th, 2020

ACL tear: Two of the most feared words to hear if you’re an athlete. This injury typically means surgery and several months of downtime. There is life after an ACL tear, however, and we’re here to support you, from your diagnosis to your return to the field.  At the Center...

Ignoring a Hairline Fracture May Lead to a More Serious Fracture Feb 25th, 2020

A hairline fracture might seem like a mild problem, but ignoring the issue and putting further pressure on the bone can lead to a more serious breakage. It's best to visit a doctor and take it easy, especially if you’re an athlete. If left untreated, a hairline fracture can quickly...