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Shoulder Surgery

Shoulder replacement surgery has been around for decades and a lot has changed in that time. Techniques have greatly improved...

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Knee Replacement

If you have persistent knee pain make an appointment with an orthopedic surgeon. Dr. George Cautilli, Medical Director for the Center for Joint Replacement at St. Mary Medical Center says an orthopedic surgeon is the […]

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Arthritis In The Hands And Wrists

If you know someone with gnarled and misshapen hands, chances are you know someone suffering from arthritis. Fortunately, not everyone will get arthritis in the hands and wrists. Family history is a factor according to Dr. Eon Shin, an Orthopedic Surgeon at St. Mary Medical Center. Another factor is how you use your hands and wrists on a day-to-day basis. People who regularly perform repetitive strenuous activities such as in construction may be predisposed to the condition.

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Advances in Hip Replacement

Hip replacement surgery has come a long way and the components used may now last a lifetime, rather than just a decade or so. Now computer technology is taking the surgery to the next level. Dr. Michael Ast, an Orthopedic Surgeon at St. Mary Medical Center, is one of just a handful of surgeons across the country using OrthAlign, a handheld navigational tool used to help the doctor precisely place the new joint in an optimal position for each patient.

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Spring Conditioning

Winter is finally becoming a memory and thoughts are turning to outdoor sports and activities. The summer softball season is approaching and you need to get in shape. Dr. John Nolan, Director of Orthopedic Trauma […]

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Hip Fractures

Hip fractures are a serious concern for people over age 70, mainly because of falls or thinning fragile bones. Dr. John Avallone, an orthopedic surgeon at St. Mary Medical Center says osteoporosis, which is more […]

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Seasonal Flu Resource Guide

CBSPhilly.com has compiled a resourceful list of links concerning the seasonal flu.

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St. Mary Celebrates Completion of 2nd Phase of Renovations

The ribbon was cut and the new emergency room entrance was opened at St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne.

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New Information Suggests Whooping Cough Vaccine Is Safe For Senior Citizens

Information in the Clinical Infectious Disease Journal suggests it’s safe for people over 65 to get the Whooping Cough vaccine.

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Health: Cell Phone Addictions

It’s a condition called “nomophobia” which stands for “No Mobile Phone Phobia.” It’s the fear of being without your cell phone.

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New Study Finds Evidence Of Chemo Brain

According to new information based on a retrospective study which looked at brain scans from 128 breast cancer patients, the condition known as Chemo Brain does exist.

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