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  • Hip Arthroscopy May Delay Arthritis

    Hip Arthroscopy May Delay Arthritis

    Hip arthroscopy is one of the cutting-edge areas in orthopedics. Highly specialized arthroscopic hip procedures have allowed athletes to get back to their game and people to return to their jobs sooner as compared to traditional open hip surgery. Often hip arthroscopy may be able to delay or prevent the need for more extensive procedures such as hip replacement.

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  • How to Avoid Common Sports Injuries

    How to Avoid Common Sports Injuries

    Regular participation in sports does carry some risk of injury. Sports injuries can be divided into acute injuries caused by direct impact such as a collision with another player or landing awkwardly, and chronic injuries caused by overuse of muscles and joints.

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  • Benefits of Robotic Hip Replacement

    Benefits of Robotic Hip Replacement

    Robotic hip replacement is one of the recent advances in medical technology that is making hip replacement surgery easier and more successful than ever before. Orthopedic surgeons can now customize hip replacement surgery to closely match the unique anatomy of each patient. This results in a precisely fitting, long-lasting, and well-functioning hip implant.

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  • Tips for Losing Weight Before Hip Replacement

    Tips for Losing Weight Before Hip Replacement

    Orthopedic surgeons often recommend that obese patients lose some weight before undergoing hip replacement. To understand why, let’s look at how excess weight affects your hip joint before, during, and after a hip replacement.

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  • Preventing Winter Sports Injuries

    Preventing Winter Sports Injuries

    Participating in winter sports is a great way to combat weight gain and stay in shape during the holiday season. Of course, when venturing out into the snow or taking part in any new activity, you must be careful to watch out for injuries that could be lurking behind every nook and cranny. Concussions, fractures, dislocations, or soft tissue injuries could easily put the best laid holiday plans on ice.

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  • Why Does Cold Weather Affect Joint Pain?

    Why Does Cold Weather Affect Joint Pain?

    Perhaps you have experienced the flare-up of a nagging joint pain triggered by the onset of winter. For some people the sensation is so finely tuned that they seem to be able to predict weather changes based on the condition of their joints.

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  • Can PRP Relieve My Hip Pain?

    Can PRP Relieve My Hip Pain?

    PRP therapy is one of the innovative breakthroughs in regenerative medicine that is helping more Americans recover faster from orthopedic injuries and remain active well into their 70s and 80s. It’s not just the weekend warriors that benefit, many top-level athletes and sportsmen have credited PRP with helping them return to their game within a matter of weeks after sustaining injury.

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  • How Does Diabetes Affect Your Joints?

    How Does Diabetes Affect Your Joints?

    Diabetes not only raises your blood sugar levels, but can have a harmful effect on your bones and joints as well. According to research studies conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 47% of arthritic patients also have diabetes, indicating a strong link between these two conditions.

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  • How Do I Know When It's Time For Hip Replacement?

    How Do I Know When It's Time For Hip Replacement?

    Did you know that every year about 300,000 people in the US alone undergo a total hip replacement with more than 90% of the people extremely happy with the results? Many individuals can get back to their active lifestyles within a few months or even weeks after the procedure.

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  • Am I a Candidate for PRP Injections?

    Am I a Candidate for PRP Injections?

    Do you have a tendon injury that stubbornly refuses to heal? Are you unable to put stress on your joint without experiencing pain? The reason damaged tendons, cartilages, and ligaments heal slowly is that they have limited blood supply and do not get enough nourishment or stimulus to re-grow after injury as compared to other tissues of the body.

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