What To Look For In An Artificial Leg

Posted on: 12 November 2019

You have had part of your leg amputated, and while you have had opportunities to have an artificial limb in the past to replace the part of your leg that you've lost, you've been content to deal with the missing limb up until recently. Whether you are more active, just want to see what your options are, or you have other reasons for wanting to entertain getting a prosthesis, you can do your part to have a healthy body and get a custom artificial leg without much issue. [Read More]

Joint Replacements: What To Know

Posted on: 30 June 2019

If you've already been talking to your doctor about joint replacement services involving one of your knees or hips, you may be in lot of pain and want to go forward with a procedure immediately. However, you must become aware of these details and work with your physician to make the joint replacement a success. Weight Loss Could Be a Requirement People who are overweight or obese are sometimes more likely to seek and need joint replacements. [Read More]

Causes, Prevention, And Treatment Of Rotator Cuff Injuries

Posted on: 8 September 2018

It can be very easy to injure your rotator cuff if you engage in certain repetitive activities and have other health risks. Rotator cuff injuries make life difficult as you likely rely on your shoulder for reaching and lifting. However, there are some things you can do to make injury much less likely to happen. Here is more information about the risk factors for rotator cuff injury and things you can do to prevent damage. [Read More]

Modern State-Of-The-Art Orthopedic Procedures Offer You Better Options For Fractured Bones

Posted on: 23 February 2017

Orthopedists have certainly come a long way in treating fractured bones. Period history reminds you that the ancestors of present-day orthopedists skilfully managed treating fractured bones by using wooden sticks to immobilize a fractured limb. They artfully placed an injured extremity in a filled sandbox for good measure. As technology evolved, plaster-of Paris method was a great improvement in the form of a cast. The scientific objective of fixing fractured bones was always about immobilizing fractured fragments as best as possible. [Read More]