How To Prepare And Recover From Joint Replacement Surgery
30 March 2021
If you have persistent pain in one or more of your joints, it can make daily life more difficult. You may have trouble moving around and completing simple tasks around the house. However, you may be a good candidate for joint replacement surgery. Whether you're getting hip or knee replacement surgery, it's important to prepare and recover properly.
How to Prepare for Joint Replacement Surgery
By taking the time to prepare for your joint replacement surgery, you can increase your chances of having successful results.
Tips For Working With An Independent Orthopedic Evaluation Service
20 November 2020
Orthopedic injuries can be notoriously difficult to effectively diagnose. Not surprisingly, it will often be the case that accident victims that have suffered orthopedic injuries will need to undergo an independent orthopedic evaluation.
Develop A Professional Relationship With An Independent Orthopedic Evaluation Service
Lawyers and insurance professionals may need to work with independent orthopedic evaluation services on a regular basis. As a result, it can be extremely beneficial to develop a professional relationship with one of these services.
Ready to Get Outside? How to Care for Your Prosthesis This Summer
29 July 2020
If you're like most people, you've been stuck in the house for a few months. You're probably ready to get out and enjoy some of the warm summer temperatures. If this is your first summer with a prosthesis, you'll need to take some extra care and precautions before you head out. These steps are especially important if you haven't been wearing your prosthesis as often while the stay-at-home orders were in effect.
How Can An Orthopedic Physician Treat Wrist Pain?
19 May 2020
Wrist pain may seem like a small inconvenience, but it can worsen if you don't take it seriously. When you initially see your doctor because of wrist pain, they may suggest wearing a wrist brace to stabilize the joint. If rest and self-care don't cure your symptoms, your doctor will probably send you to a specialist. An orthopedic physician specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal issues. Wrist pain can be caused by arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, or an impinged nerve.