OSMC is pleased to announce that Dr. Skyler King has joined the practice as an Orthopedic Sports Medicine Surgeon. Dr. King is board-certified and fellowship-trained . He is focused on providing comprehensive treatment for musculoskeletal conditions for athletes and active individuals who wish to ‘keep moving.’ This includes cartilage restoration, meniscal repair, ACL reconstruction, rotator cuff
The Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center of Northern Indiana, Inc. (OSMC) is pleased to announce Dr. Kyle Schultz has joined the organization. Dr. Schultz is a board-eligible, fellowship-trained orthopedic sports medicine surgeon. He specializes in replacing knees and replacing shoulders and other joints. He also specializes in advanced arthroscopic surgery, plus ACL construction and repair,
When you hear “sports medicine,” do you think about amateur or professional athletes needing therapy or treatment related to a sports injury? Lots of people do, but don’t let the name fool you! Sports medicine healthcare providers can help with pain or injuries of all kinds, including arthritis, bone breaks, tendonitis and more. They’re experts
Top five reasons to see an orthopedic provider. You have difficulty performing everyday activities – Bone and joint discomfort is common in older people, but it should not inhibit your daily activities. If you struggle to perform simple tasks such as climbing stairs or walking your dog, you should see an orthopedist. You suffer from
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
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
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.