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As published on PPM News: The EPAT treatment doesn’t leave scars, requires no anesthesia, and has no down time.
August 24, 2021
For frozen shoulder, the treatment not only breaks up the fibrous tissue that is restricting the movement of shoulder but it stimulates blood flow which facilitates pain relief and healing, too.”
As published on South Florida Hospital News: “Tips for Seniors to Minimize Effects of Age on Bones and Joints”
August 4, 2021
Don’t ignore those chronic aches and pains. Like unrepaired, leaking faucets, they likely will become only worse with age. Avoid the hospital emergency room unless you suspect a hip fracture or have an open wound, or family practice doctor’s office and, instead, seek out an orthopedic specialist for examination…” Dr. Badia says.
As published on Bonezone: “Surgical Drilling: Surgeon Perspective on Improving Care Standards”
July 19, 2021
One major hazard of drilling not discussed was the issue of plunging. Plunging occurs when the drill bit penetrates beyond the far cortex of the bone. This presents a risk of “plunging” into critical structures such as nerves or vessels. In standard orthopedic drilling, surgeons depend on tactile and auditory feedback to know when to halt progression of the drill. Between doctors, patients…
As published on Facility Safety Management: “Work-Injury Protocols Outdated; Fail to Include Orthopedists”
July 13, 2021
Most importantly, remain physically active. Exercise regularly to strengthen your body core and your muscles and joints,” Dr. Badia says.
As published on Verywell Health: “The 8 Best Arthritis Gloves of 2021”
June 10, 2021
I often recommend arthritis gloves, as do our hand therapists (CHT), in the late post-op phase after joint replacement or fusions in the hand and wrist, since this helps to continue reducing post-op swelling while permitting function…”
As published on “Health is Action” magazine
Painful, arthritic hips, knees or shoulders can make even the simplest movements impossible. To regain mobility, more people in their 40s, 50s and 60s are deciding joint replacement surgery (arthroplasty) is the smartest choice. And if you’re in your 70s or 80s, joint replacement can allow you to continue to live independently….”