We now have promising data on a new way to repair rotator cuff tears that preserves good parts of the shoulder, rather than replacing the entire joint.
MOS Orthopedic Blog
It’s true that the older you are, the more vulnerable you are to bone problems. But everyone should follow Dr. Tischenko’s tips for good bones.
In this blog, Drs. Joseph X. Kou and Murali Moorthy explain a recent campaign by the American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society that reminds patients to Look for the “O,” orthopedic surgeon, when looking for a doctor to treat foot and ankle issues.
Dr. Wyzykowski shares some helpful tips to stop hand pain when using smartphones and lets you know when it is time to seek professional help for the pain.
Winter sports injuries can make the holiday season anything but jolly. We’ve compiled tips to help patients avoid injury and stay healthy this winter.
Looking for a fresh start on fitness for the New Year? Consider high intensity interval training (HIIT), the trending, non-boring workout.
Don’t spend time in the emergency room; enjoy Halloween by following these hand safety tips while carving your pumpkin into a spooky jack-o’-lantern.
Is stem cell therapy a viable non-surgical treatment for ACL tears? MOS’ Dr. Bader discusses this matter using Miami Dolphins’ quarterback, Ryan Tannehill’s, injury as an example.
Dr. Donald Lewis, orthopedic surgeon who specializes in upper extremities, shares his advice on what you can do to keep yourself free of hand injuries.