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What You Need to Know About Hip Fractures

By Deidre Blake, MD

There are roughly 300,000 hip fractures every year in the United States and this number is projected to reach 500,000 by 2040. Eighty-five percent of these fractures occur in people who are 65 years of age and older, associated with 25 percent mortality within five years of fracture. It is extremely important for people to understand that hip fractures are serious and life changing for the patient. The good news is that there are a number of positive, preventive measures you can take to reduce your risk for hip fracture.

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Treating Hip and Groin Pain in Young Athletes

By Zaneb Yaseen, MD

There is a common assumption that debilitating hip and groin pain is a problem exclusive to middle-aged adults and seniors. However, there is now growing recognition among coaches and trainers that hip and groin pain caused by femoroacetabular impingement can also affect young athletes. With proper diagnosis and treatment, these athletes can return to their sport of choice without pain and may even avoid or delay the onset of arthritis in their hips later in life.

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New Developments in Local Orthopedic Care

By Deidre Blake, MD

Capabilities in local orthopedic care continue to expand with the availability of joint revision surgery. If you have had hip- or knee-replacement surgery and are wondering what is available to you should your artificial joint wear out, we now have the expertise locally to address this specific problem.

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Minimally Invasive Shoulder Surgery

By Joseph Mannino, MD

There are two common shoulder injuries that can be treated very effectively with minimally invasive surgery. The surgical technique is called arthroscopy and is performed through at least two small incisions, using miniaturized instruments for cutting and repair.

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Knee Replacement is a Common and Effective Surgical Procedure

 

by Joseph Mannino, MD

By the time we reach age fifty and older, many of us begin to suffer knee pain from osteoarthritis, which can often be relieved with pain medicine. However, when you begin to experience a level of knee pain that that makes walking difficult and stops you from doing the things you enjoy, it may be time to consult an orthopedic surgeon to discuss knee replacement surgery.

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Early Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis is Important

By Robert Meador, Jr., MD

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic autoimmune disease that affects 1.3 million Americans, the majority of whom are women. RA is a particularly devastating disease that can lead to extensive joint destruction. However, with early diagnosis and treatment the outlook for people with RA has improved dramatically over the past 20 years.

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