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The Impact of Air Pollution on Osteoporosis and Bone Loss

Osteoporosis is a condition that occurs in about 44 million people, or about more than half of those 50 and older. It contributes to about 2.1 osteoporosis-related bone fractures, resulting in about $20 billion in annual direct health costs. It’s a condition that disproportionately affects women, as about 80 percent of the ten million people […]

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Femoral Fractures: Treating One Of Childhoods Most Common Bone Injuries

The femur is the most prominent bone in the body, making standing and walking possible. Femur fractures occur when the thighbone comes under significant force. When these types of fractures occur in children, it’s essential to seek medical care immediately, as it’s crucial to try and protect it from damage. At our orthopedic clinic, we […]

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What is Orthopedic Rehabilitation? Its Benefits and How It Helps

For people with conditions that limit their ability to perform everyday activities, orthopedic rehabilitation is considered one of the most assured ways to help people get back on track. Orthopedic rehabilitation work to treat conditions that affect the musculoskeletal system, integrating your body and making it work for you again. But what is orthopedic rehabilitation […]

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Why You Should Consider Outpatient Programs For Total Joint Replacement

Total joint replacement has two main goals: to help patients relieve pain and restore the function of their joints. Today’s implants for joint replacements are more successful than they used to be because the technologies aiding these procedures have also improved. In addition, total joint replacements have started moving from traditional hospital settings to outpatient […]

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Why Orthopedists Are Suggesting Joint Replacements for Younger Patients

In recent years, more joint replacement surgeries have gone up, but the number of people choosing joint replacement is moving towards a younger demographic. Studies from the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons have shown that the average hip replacement and knee replacement are decreasing. The average number of younger patients receiving these replacements has kept […]

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Why Arthroplasty May Be The Future Of Joint Replacement

If you find yourself constantly struggling with joint pain, specifically along the hips, knees, and ankles, then orthopedic treatment can offer you a great way to treat it. One common surgical treatment performed at our office is arthroplasty. Arthroplasty is a procedure that replaces compromised joints through the use of replacing, remodeling, and realigning the […]

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Joint Replacement in 23 Hours: Is It Right for You?

In some of the most recent trends found in joint replacement, many patients have been opting for a procedure called a 23-hour joint replacement. Throughout the procedure, patients will have the surgery performed, spend one night in hospital, and then take the rest of their time recovering at home. This can be a great option […]

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The New Mi-Eye Device and How It Aids Arthroscopic Procedures

In orthopedic care, diagnostics play an essential role in how joint conditions are treated. In normal settings, diagnoses are performed using an MRI scan to look inside the affected joint area and search for signs of damage or injury. MRI scans, however, cannot keep up with the demands of today’s treatment, as this piece of […]

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How Early Identification May Help Prevent Osteoarthritis

As the most widespread form of arthritis, osteoarthritis has limited strategies for nonsurgical treatments due to their limited uses. People with painful osteoarthritis tend to have already extensive structural damage throughout the knees, which can prevent successful treatment and reversal of the disease. Because medical researchers are still looking for ways to treat osteoarthritis effectively, […]

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Using Nerve Stem Cell Therapy To Promote Knee Cartilage Repair

Injured cartilage cannot properly heal on its own and often requires a combination of surgical techniques and physical therapy to be able to repair and replace the damaged cartilage. The knees are especially prone to cartilage damage due to the amount of pressure and flexibility needed to support the body’s range of motion, and depending […]

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