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Orthopedic Surgery Videos

Click through the parts of the body shown below and choose the injury that you are currently coping with to activate an in-depth video guide to your condition. You can learn about causes, treatments, and much more information so that you can properly deal with your orthopedic injury!

Next, see information for our out-of-town patients.

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Avoiding Common Winter Injuries

Whether you live in a city that experiences true winter weather or you travel to participate in winter activities like downhill skiing, snowboarding or ice skating, there’s always a risk of muscular and joint injuries when dealing with ice and snow. While these outdoor sports are great for improvi...

Sports and Exercises for People with Knee Pain

If your knee pain is chronic, whether from arthritis or several ACL injuries, you may refrain from sports that feature a lot of running or jumping because of the impact they have on your knees. You may even avoid going to the gym for your regular workout for fear that you may aggravate your conditio...

Ways to Prevent Debilitating ACL Injuries

ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) injuries are the most common types of orthopedic knee injuries. The ACL is one of four significant ligaments in the knee joint that helps provide stability in the joint and helps facilitate the necessary coordination for movement. Therefore, damaging the ACL can easi...

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