Meniscus Treatment Using 3D Printing

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…

2.26 Blog
Jan
30
2015
1.30 Blog

Commonly believed to loosen muscles before running and alleviate tightness afterwards, stretching has long been considered an important part of the runner’s routine. But are these beliefs simply held on … More…

Jan
28
2015
1.28 blog

In this week’s installment of Ask the Expert, Dr. Jessica Gordon, Rheumatologist, answers questions on Raynaud’s Phenomenon. Q1. What is Raynaud’s Phenomenon? Raynaud’s Phenomenon is an exaggerated response of the … More…

Jan
28
2015
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
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
16
2015
1.16 Blog

A recent NY Times article discussed the possibility that running can keep a person young, and in a way it can- specifically in terms of being healthy, fit, and keeping … More…