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Concussion Recovery: 5 Steps to Returning to Sports 

Concussion Recovery: 5 Steps to Returning to Sports 
Concussion recovery takes time, which means returning to sports must be a gradual process that’s done under close medical guidance. With some sports injuries, you can return to activity once pain and ...

Treating Joint Pain Without Opioid Medication

Treating joint pain without opioid medication
For short-term joint pain — after an injury or surgery, perhaps — physicians and surgeons often prescribe opioid medications, also known as narcotic drugs. For long-term pain management, on the othe...

MAKOplasty™ Technology Improves Joint Replacement Precision

Makoplasty technology improves joint replacement position
Doctors have control with every joint replacement, but MAKOplasty™ robotic arm-assisted technology helps orthopedic surgeons achieve an unmatched level of precision. MAKOplasty™ is an FDA-approved ...

Can Total Knee Replacement Surgery Be Affected by Diabetes?

total knee replacement surgery
Many patients who need total knee replacement surgery also suffer from diabetes. The reason for this is that roughly half of the 30 million American adults living with diabetes also suffer from arthritis...

Shoulder Pain Causes

Shoulder Pain Causes
To treat shoulder pain effectively, orthopedic and sports medicine specialists must first determine the cause of the problem. Shoulder pain can occur due to a variety of issues within the joint or among ...

Quadriceps Tendonitis Treatments

Quadriceps Tendonitis Treatments
Quadriceps tendonitis (or tendinopathy) is a term used to describe inflammation and irritation of the quadriceps tendon, a painful condition that can occur due to overuse or overdoing a specific acti...

Is a Bunionette Causing Your Foot Pain?

Is a Bunionette Causing Your Foot Pain?
A bunionette, or tailor’s bunion, is a bony bump on the outer side of the fifth toe. Despite the cute-sounding name, bunionettes are not harmless little foot problems. The condition can be small and pa...