Category: Orthopedic Doctor

April 14th, 2022

The Expert Back Doctors at Orthopedic Associates

You’re ready to find solutions for your back pain, but where do you turn to find the right back doctors for these treatments? Your primary care physician or family doctor would likely refer you to see a back specialist: a provider with unique training specifically for diagnosing and treating conditions affecting the back and spine.… Continue reading The Expert Back Doctors at Orthopedic Associates

March 31st, 2022

How Orthopedic Doctors Help Osteoarthritis

A report from the Arthritis Foundation suggests that more than 60 million adults have some form of arthritis. So, the likelihood of you or someone you love being affected by this condition is high. Osteoarthritis is a common type of arthritis – and one of the reasons patients seek support from their primary care physician.… Continue reading How Orthopedic Doctors Help Osteoarthritis

March 17th, 2022

For Broken Bones, Visit an Orthopedic Specialist

It can happen in an instant: an accident on the sports field or tripping on the rug can result in a broken bone that requires immediate treatment. There are 206 bones in the human body, and countless ways these bones can be broken. These bones work together to support your movement and structure. If something… Continue reading For Broken Bones, Visit an Orthopedic Specialist

December 21st, 2021

What Are Common Alternatives to Orthopedic Surgery?

If an orthopedic condition is causing pain or mobility issues, you might assume that surgery is your only option. While there are many benefits from orthopedic surgery for specific situations, we also offer a range of minimally-invasive treatments. When surgery is required, you have access to a team of top-notch orthopedic surgeons with years of… Continue reading What Are Common Alternatives to Orthopedic Surgery?

November 11th, 2021

Spine Pain – Prevention and Treatments

Spine pain is a common condition – with most people complaining about back pain at some point in their lives. In fact, an estimated 80% of people will have low back pain at least once, but often multiple times. For some patients, it’s an occasional flare-up after specific activities. But other patients have ongoing back… Continue reading Spine Pain – Prevention and Treatments