Listen to the short interview! Just click below! OSMC Osteoporosis Interview for Midday Show – Dr Cullen May 2023 Dr. Cullen recently talked with Jonathan Wildes, DJ at WFRN 107.3 about osteoporosis. There are steps you can take to slow or stop the progress of lost of bone mass (aka: osteoporosis) and prevent broken bones!Read More
Beacon, OSMC, open new Granger ambulatory surgery center
The Surgery Center of Granger Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center (OSMC) and Beacon Health System celebrated the opening of The Surgery Center of Granger on Thursday with a ribbon cutting that marked the completion of the regional destination for orthopedic surgery and care. The Surgery Center of Granger reflects the vision and expertise of theseRead More
25 Tips regarding Osteoporosis
Bones, Bone Health, Osteoporosis – FAQs 1. Bone is living, growing tissue that is both flexible and strong. 2. Throughout life, you are constantly losing old bone and forming new bone. 3. Osteoporosis happens when you lose too much bone, make too little of it or both. 4. Bone loss usually speeds up at midlifeRead More
Lichelle was feeling PAIN! Yet, it was a different kind of pain… it was the old accounting system at OSMC.
Lichelle Boyd, Chief Financial Officer at OSMC, was feeling PAIN!! It was a different kind of pain than the expert orthopedic doctors could offer her treatment for… it was the old accounting system at OSMC! When Lichelle joined OSMC she found a talented, hard-working accounting team hampered by a legacy accounting application that hadn’t beenRead More
Knee Pain Doctor in Elkhart, IN
If you experience knee pain, you can sometimes find relief at home with heating pads or light stretching exercises. However, more severe situations (such as acute accidents that destroy tendons and ligaments or significant joint degeneration from arthritis, etc.) require medical care and, in some circumstances, knee surgery. If you’re experiencing knee pain every dayRead More
Achilles Heel Pain and Treatment Options
Achilles Heel Pain: Causes, Treatment and FAQs. Are you experiencing pain or burning near your heel or on the back of your leg? Perhaps you have a limited range of motion when flexing your foot? Do you have warmth around your heel or along the tendon? Are you wondering if you should visit an orthopedicRead More
Anterior vs. Posterior Hip Replacement
Anterior vs. Posterior Hip Replacement. What Do These Terms Mean? Is hip pain getting in the way of your daily life? Is it hard to take your dog for a walk, mow the lawn, go to the store, or do other everyday things? If so, you might be one of the three-hundred and thirty thousandRead More
Getting a Hip Replacement After a Serious Injury
Here’s what you should know about getting a hip replacement after a serious injury. What is a Hip Replacement? Total hip arthroplasty, which is another name for hip replacement surgery, might be an option if hip pain is getting in the way of daily life and non-surgical treatments haven’t worked or aren’t working anymore. DuringRead More
After nearly seven years of distress and pain, Diane can play again!
After nearly seven years of distress and pain, Diane can play again! It started when she had to miss a Tim McGraw concert in Indianapolis with her friends. “The pain was so intense I couldn’t find any comfort except lying flat on my back, on the floor, with my feet resting on a chair,” DianeRead More
OSMC wishes to Recognize our Radiologic Technologists!
OSMC would like to recognize the important and great work our Rad Techs do every day. They simply radiate positivity all year long! What is a Radiologic Technologist? Radiologic technologists are the health care professionals who perform diagnostic imaging procedures, such as X-ray examinations, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans and computed tomography (CT) scans.Read More