Blogs

How PRP Can Heal Your Injury

Are you looking for a safer and more natural way to help your body heal? You don’t have to look very far — you’ve got the tools you need within your own blood. Learn more about PRP therapy in action.

Oct 6th, 2021
When Your Knee Is More of a Liability Than an Asset

Your knees help you walk, bend, sit, jump, and get to where you need to go. But when knee pain makes carrying out your normal activities and enjoying time with family and friends difficult, knee replacement can offer a better alternative.

Jun 13th, 2021
The Importance of Arthroscopy When You Have Joint Problems

When you have joint pain, like in your shoulder or knee, you probably search for solutions on your own, such as resting the joint and taking pain relievers. It’s time to learn why arthroscopy can help with diagnosing and treating joint issues.

May 10th, 2021
How Does Diabetes Affect Your Feet?

The feet of people with diabetes are particularly vulnerable to injury and disease because of the potential for damaged nerves in the legs and feet. Here’s more about how diabetes affects your feet.

Apr 4th, 2021
Why Proper Care for a Torn Meniscus Matters

Torn meniscus injuries are relatively common, and if your injury is mild, you might be tempted to ignore it. If you do, be prepared for some unpleasant consequences. Here’s why prompt, proper medical care is essential for long-term knee health.

Mar 10th, 2021
Why You Should Never Play With a Sprain

No pain, no gain, right? Not when it comes to acute injuries like sprains. In fact, trying to ignore a sprain and power through can cause more problems in the long run. Keep reading to learn why you shouldn’t play with a sprain.

Feb 12th, 2021
Next Steps After You Tear Your ACL

A torn ACL can be a devastating injury. It causes intense pain, limits your mobility, and sidelines you from physical activities. Fortunately, invasive surgery isn’t the only way to heal a torn ACL. Learn about the steps you can take toward recovery.

Jan 1st, 2021
Can Osteoarthritis Be Prevented?

Arthritis troubles a host of Americans in their later years, and even some younger people. Osteoarthritis is a common joint disease that can make performing everyday tasks painful. Can osteoarthritis be prevented? What can you do?

Dec 7th, 2020
Leading Causes of Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain can bring more than annoyance and discomfort if it goes on without treatment. Leading causes include sudden trauma, wear-and-tear, and repetitive strain.

Nov 9th, 2020
Diagnosing a Cartilage Injury

Colliding with an opponent on the field or tripping down stairs is bound to cause pain — but what’s the damage? Is it a fracture? A sprain? Maybe it’s your cartilage. Here’s how to know for sure.

Oct 9th, 2020
Know Your Options When You Tear Your Rotator Cuff

If you have a torn rotator cuff in your shoulder, your pain and lost range of motion could become a real problem, impeding your daily life activities. Here’s what you should know about your treatment options to restore function to your rotator cuff.

Sep 10th, 2020
Can PRP Help My Arthritic Joints?

If your joints ache, swell, and keep you from leading an active life, consider using healing properties from your own blood to treat your arthritis. Learn more about PRP therapy and how it can get you back on your feet again.

Aug 3rd, 2020
Orthopedic Surgery and COVID19: What You Should Know

Are elective surgeries still postponed? Should you have orthopedic surgery during the pandemic? We answer all your questions in this post. Here’s everything you need to know about orthopedic surgery and COVID-19.

Jul 17th, 2020
When a Hip Replacement Is Your Best Option

No one wants to have surgery. But, sometimes, having a joint replaced is the only way to live a pain-free life. If you have hip pain, here are a few signs that can indicate it’s time to consider having joint replacement surgery.

May 29th, 2020
Crack Dog Anatomy: Canine 3d for Windows 10

Download crack for Dog Anatomy: Canine 3D for Windows 10 or keygen : A fantastic, interactive visual reference with over 300 anatomical structures. Rotate the model, cut down through layers, or zoom in.

Apr 5th, 2018