If you’re a female athlete, you’re up to eight times more likely to suffer a ligament tear in your knee than your brother. Dr. George Stollsteimer, an orthopedic surgeon at St. Mary Medical Center says […]
When Trauma surgeons and EMS workers are on the same page, the patient benefits. Dr. David Hardeski, an orthopedic trauma surgeon...
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Next time you go for a walk, grab a pair of light weights and swing your straight arms as you walk. That’s just one way to strengthen your shoulders and keep them healthy. Dr. Richard Cautilli, Chairman of Orthopedics at St. Mary Medical Center also suggests swimming and gym activities where arms are placed above the head. Around the house, stand far enough back from the coat closet to use straight, extended arms to hang up your coat. When putting the clean dishes back in the cupboard, put the heavy plates on a higher shelf, that will help those shoulders get stronger.
Shoulder replacement surgery has been around for decades and a lot has changed in that time. Techniques have greatly improved along with the materials used in the replacement joint. Dr. John Avallone, an Orthopedic Surgeon at St. Mary Medical Center, says those two advancements have made shoulder surgery safer and more effective for patients who would not have been candidates in years past.
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 […]
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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