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
Surgeon, Dr. Skyler King, has joined the Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center (OSMC).
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 cuffRead More
Sports Medicine Can Help Anyone Recover from an Injury
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 expertsRead More
Dog shows & bad knees…. Don’t mix!
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 myRead More
Knee pain fixed!! Now he’s ready to golf!
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. TheRead More
She couldn’t get there!
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 kneeRead More