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MOS Orthopedic Blog
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.
Learn what it will take for Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels to return to the field after undergoing surgery to repair a torn ligament in his left thumb.
In this video, Gene Santos, a certified orthopedic technologist with Muir Orthopaedic Specialists, shares what to expect when getting a short leg cast.
Repairing a meniscus tear is growing in popularity thanks to the development of newer tools and a better understanding of the importance of the meniscus in the protection of the joint.
Dr. Michael Sacco answers one of the questions he gets most and explains why cracking knuckles is not bad for you. In fact, he mentions it’s actually like yoga for your knuckles.
Gene Santos, certified orthopedic technologist, shows the process for putting on and taking off a wrist cast in two informational videos.
MOS Athletic Trainer Trevor Magnotti discusses Kevin Durant’s knee injury and explains what a bone bruise and mild MCL (medial collateral ligament) sprain mean in terms of treatment and getting back on the court.