Some days aches and pains are enough to keep you from the activities you love. It’s a catch-22 — it hurts to move but moving will help the hurt. Arthritis is the leading cause of disability for adults in America. It is widespread and encompasses a variety of diagnoses and forms. Generally speaking, arthritis describes
Are you suffering from knee or other joint pain? Do you need surgery but hate to think about the painful and lengthy recovery time? New joint replacement technology is making a world of difference for patients. OSMC now offers robotic knee replacement surgery and will add additional robotic assisted joint replacement options in the future.
Bones can be double scary this month. October 20th is World Osteoporosis Day. With Halloween on the way, creepy skeletons and scary bone creatures are common, but these are not as frightening and alarming as when your own bones become thin and fragile. Weak and porous bone problems are part of a disease known as
Roger Benko, a long time patient and community leader, shares his experience with OSMC. He reviews his treatment and friendships built through trust, with Dr. Robert Ellis (retired), Dr. Louis Sfreddo (retired), and Dr. Will Stevenson.
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Part 2 of John DeVries, PT and RJ Perry, PTA review crutch use and proper fitting.
In this segment, John DeVries, PT and RJ Perry, PTA review crutch use and proper fitting.
As children and teenagers become more active and participate in sports, it can sometimes mean injuries, especially repeat injuries. With the surge of year-round training and competitions, these young bodies are prone to repetitive stress injuries (RSIs). “RSIs are most likely to occur in children and teens in the area of growth plates,” explained Ryan
There is no easy answer to the question, “are multi-sport athletes better than single-sport athletes?” It’s a loaded question, and every athlete is different; the simple answer is – it depends. One of the biggest debates in today’s youth sports culture is whether athletes are best to specialize in one sport or try their hands
Today, it’s hard to know where you should or can go for medical help. Through the coronavirus pandemic, life continues. With the increase in dog walks, there’s sure to be an increase in twisted ankles, pulled muscles, and happy pups! But in the event of an injury like a sprain, dislocation or a broken bone,