Category: Orthopedics

Feb
26
2015
2.26 Blog

It sounds amazing, but it the not-too-distant future, we may be able to replace a torn meniscus cartilage in the knee with a personalized implant made with a 3-D printer. … More…

Jan
28
2015

Snow Shoveling Tips

by Jon Cinkay
1.27 Blog

Snowfall brings some great, fun activities, like sledding, building snowmen, and making snow angels. Unfortunately, it also brings chores, the biggest of which is shoveling all that snow so that … More…

Jan
23
2015

The Effects of Flat Feet in Children

by Siobhan Mangan and Dr. David Scher
1.23 Blog

Does my child have flat feet? What are the effects of flat feet in young children?  Are there any? These are a few questions parents ponder and often choose to … More…

Jan
12
2015

Shoulder Injury Prevention Tips

by Dr. Joshua Dines
1.12 Blog

A new year brings about new resolutions for most, including aspirations of working out consistently. Overhand sports such as baseball, tennis, volleyball, swimming, and softball require a significant amount of … More…

Jan
7
2015

Ask the Expert: Bicep Tears

by Dr. Frank Cordasco
1.7 Blog

In this week’s installment of Ask the Expert, Dr. Frank Cordasco, Orthopedic Surgeon, answers questions on bicep tears. Q1. What is a bicep tear? The biceps muscle is a bipennate … More…