Baseball is good for the soul, as any avid fan will tell you, but it can be hard on the joints.
7 tips for how to tend to both your joints AND your flowers.
While there is no cure for osteoarthritis, there are various ways to treat the symptoms, including physical therapy, over-the-counter medications, and weight loss.
We recently sat down with Dr. Wasik Ashraf, a New York State orthopedic surgeon, to talk about surgical trends he’s seen in the past year that will gain even more traction in 2022.
The body is designed to heal itself. For example, when you cut your finger, blood platelets clot to stop the bleeding and healthy cells repair the damaged tissue. Regenerative medicine […]
Injectable bone substitutes can play an important role in some orthopedic procedures. For patients who require surgery to repair joint problems such as rotator cuff tears and knee reconstruction, these […]
Procrastination is a fact of life for many of us. But when it comes to our health, it can have serious consequences. To avoid any health-related consequences to your joints, […]
Perhaps you’ve had trouble opening jars lately, gripping a tennis racket, holding on to a broom or a cup while taking a sip of water. Does your wrist throb, swell, […]
Anika (with Arthrosurface and Parcus) will be showcasing two of its most groundbreaking products at this year’s annual meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS)”. AAOS is the […]
It’s not uncommon for people who have undergone a toe fusion, also referred to as arthrodesis, to continue experiencing pain and minimal range of motion (ROM) following their recovery. As […]
You use it when you throw a baseball, paint a ceiling, and lift a barbell over your head: the rotator cuff. It’s a collection of four muscles and attached tendons […]
Perhaps over-the-counter pain medications no longer ease your knee pain. Maybe the days of hoisting your grandchild on to your shoulders, her favorite perch, are over. And unfortunately, that complaining […]