September 16, 2021 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ELKHART, INDIANA – The Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center of Northern Indiana, Inc., commonly known as OSMC, is pleased to announce that its new Granger clinic location will welcome patients starting Monday, October 4, 2021. Located at 1202 East University Parkway in Granger, Indiana, between Fir Road and Main
Christopher Annis, MD, anesthesiologist and pain management physician, of the Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center of Northern Indiana, Inc. (OSMC,) has joined the board of directors of Elkhart General Hospital, Beacon Health System. As an Elkhart General Hospital trustee, Dr. Annis participates in board’s oversight of the hospital’s quality of care, business operations and the
You know how it is. You wake up after what you thought was a great night’s sleep only to find your arm in a semi-permanent position above your head. The shoulder pain — ouch! Slowly, but surely your shoulder loosens and allows your arm to return to a normal position. That same morning you reach
Osteoporosis is a sneaky disease and is painless in the beginning stages of bone loss. As it advances, one can have painful fractures and bone deformities, such as dowager’s hump or kyphosis of the spine. These injuries can lead to loss of quality and quantity of life. According to the International Osteoporosis Foundation, osteoporosis and
The pain was still manageable, but her legs were bowing and she was hunching over. Jeanne D. says she’s had knee problems for a long time. “I was able to keep moving for years by visiting OSMC for occasional pain injections,” she says. “The pain was still manageable, but I had significant bowing of my
After years of shaking off a regular, but small bit of knee pain, Larry Baranowski says,” all of sudden it seemed like the pain got so bad, so fast. I had massive amounts of pain and swelling from just a little walking.” “I decided to try some pain injections, but I had no relief. The
Being a pain in the neck is better than having a pain in the neck. These days, with more time in front of our computers and on our phones in not-so-ergo-friendly offices (aka the sofa), we’re setting ourselves up for unwelcomed aches and pains. With win ter behind us and spring cleaning ahead of us,
Her sewing room was in the basement. She was not. With the severe osteoarthritis, Cheryle Barton’s right knee wouldn’t let her get to one of her favorite pastimes – sewing. “I upholster and do mending, and recently I’ve been making facemasks, she explains.” Suffering with knee pain for years, Cheryle worked to strengthen her knee
Big trouble with his golf game, it’s something Dale Schrock never anticipated from that last batch of leaves he gathered. “Late last October, I was emptying the bag of leaves, something I’ve done hundreds of times before, and I lost my balance on an incline area in the yard. Down I went on my right shoulder.
If you’re in or nearing middle age, there’s an excellent chance you’ve noticed that your body doesn’t move the same as it did when you were younger. You might feel stiff in the morning when you get out of bed. You might find aches and pains occur more easily and more often after routine chores.