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Patient Education

Orthopedics is a discipline concerned with preventing or correcting disorders of the body’s basic framework, including the bones, joints, and muscles. An orthopedic surgeon is a physician with many years training in the physical, medical, or surgical treatment and/or rehabilitation of the body’s intricate mechanical system. Orthopedic physicians may also have additional training in sub-specialties such as sports medicine, joint replacement, knee, ankle, or shoulder reconstruction, foot problems and scoliosis or other disorders of the spine.


NOTE: The following links contain excellent discussions and illustrative materials covering many of the most common clinical problems seen in our offices. The links will open to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons at http://orthoinfo.aaos.org/.

 

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Patient Resource Articles

Arthritis at the Base of the Thumb

Carpal Thunnel Syndrome

 

Concussions

 

Duputren's Disease

 

 

Golf Stretches

Rotator Cuff Tears

 

Tennis Elbow

 

What is an MRI and Why Do I Need It?

 

Hand Surgeon Provides Simple Tips to Avoid Spoiling Your Family's Halloween

SLAP Labral Tear

 

Throwing Injuries

 

Shoulder Arthritis/ Replacement

 

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

TOCA Tips: ACL Injuries

 

TOCA Tips: Ankle Sprain

 

TOCA Tips: Preventing Heat Illness

 

TOCA Tips: Running Shoe Essentials

TOCA Tips: Sports Concussion

 

Hip Bursitis

 

Bone Growth Stimulators

 

Stress Fractures

Fracture Nonunion

 

Frozen Shoulder

 

 

 






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