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When you experience hip or knee pain you want relief! Good joints are critical to keeping your Life in Motion. Total/Partial Knee Replacements have advanced to the extent where some are performed on an outpatient basis with no inpatient hospital stay. Anterior Hip Replacements provide distinct benefits to the patients such as: Faster recovery with … Read More
As we approach the colder months, many sports are well within their season or just about to begin. However some individuals may be taking this opportunity to rest, cross-train, and plan goals for next year. During this time, it’s wise to assess the stresses that your favorite activity is having upon you and plan realistic … Read More
Older individuals with hip fracture are more than 3.5 times more likely to die within 12 months compared to non-injured; mortality higher in men than in women. Hip fractures are a major public health problem, associated with high morbidity and mortality, and high costs to the healthcare system. With the ageing of populations worldwide, the socioeconomic … Read More
By Randall Kline, DPM, FACFAS, FAPWCA, Allied Bone and Joint, South Bend, IN With every Sunburst season comes new runners busting with energy to join in the fun. But often that burst is a little too energetic, causing another experience- the pain of a running injury. It’s no surprise to veteran runners that plantar fasciitis … Read More
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Dan Marino said, “Sometimes you do take it for granted. You go out there and play every Sunday and nothing happens. Then all of a sudden when something does, it’s a shock.” So was the case in October 1993 in a game against the Cleveland Browns. Marino … Read More
By: Dr. Richard McClain, Allied Bone and Joint Plymouth Office Many patients I see have severe pain in certain joints, like a knee, hip, or shoulder, and have tried the typical medications or braces with little relief. The question I often am asked is “is there anything else we can do other surgery?” Absolutely! … Read More