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Will an ACL Tear Heal on Its Own?

ACL tears are a relatively common knee injury among very active people. While many tears require surgery, some people can do well with nonsurgical alternatives. Here’s how to tell if surgery might be needed for your ACL tear.

Jan 7th, 2021
How to Avoid Rotator Cuff Injuries

After age 60, rotator cuff injuries are common. However, at any age, there are steps you can take to avoid a rotator cuff injury altogether. Here’s what you need to know to keep your shoulders healthy and pain-free long term.

Dec 1st, 2020
What to Do About Frozen Shoulder

When the tissues that make up the shoulder joint become thick, tight, or inflamed, you may experience pain and limited range of motion. If you find yourself in this situation, an orthopaedic specialist can help.

Nov 12th, 2020
Osteoarthritis and Hand Pain

You have 29 little bones in your hand and wrist, and everywhere they meet is a potential site for osteoarthritis. Find out which joints are most susceptible and what you can do about it.

Oct 14th, 2020
Healing From Elbow Fracture Repair Surgery: What to Expect

Elbow injuries can sideline even the best players. Surgery can repair a fractured elbow, but you need some time to recover, which means reducing your normal activity as you heal. Learn what to expect during your surgical recovery.

Sep 15th, 2020
6 Signs of a Concussion

Did you know you can have a concussion and not even know it? These head injuries affect brain function, making it difficult to self-evaluate. Learn the signs of a concussion to help you understand when you’re hurt and when to seek help.

Aug 11th, 2020
Joint Replacement: When Can it Help?

Struggling with joint pain and not finding relief from conservative treatment methods? Joint replacement surgery could be the solution you need! Read on to learn whether joint replacement surgery can help and if it could be right for you.

Jul 15th, 2020
The Difference Between a Fracture and a Break

Is a fracture more serious than a break, or is it the other way around? Find out what the terminology behind broken bones means and get a better understanding of your diagnosis.

Jun 18th, 2020
What to Do If Your Child Breaks a Bone

While no one wants to see their child injured, broken bones are relatively common childhood injuries. Fortunately, you can act quickly and get expert orthopedic care to reduce their pain and get them on the road to recovery quickly.

Apr 8th, 2020