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Orthopedic Surgery Videos

Click on 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!

 

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How Stem Cell Therapy Can Get You Back in the Game

Whether you’re a professional or an amateur, a sports injury can sideline you from participating in your favorite physical activity. Unfortunately, traditional treatments for sports injuries can require extensive recovery time, including rest, surgical intervention, and rehabilitation, which can k...

Chronic Back Pain? Now’s the Time to Schedule a Consultation

Chronic low-back pain is one of the most common causes of disability worldwide. According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), Americans spend at least $50 billion each year on lower back pain and it’s the leading cause of lost productivity, making it imperative ...

How Different Types of Exercise Can Help Prevent Injuries

It doesn’t matter if you enjoy a pickup basketball game on the weekends or are a professional athlete, the number one way to prevent injury is with adequate physical conditioning. Not only do proper sports training regimens help decrease the risk of injury, but they also help decrease the severity...

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