Our Blog

25
Oct

Shoulder Injuries and Treatments: From Arthroscopy to Rotator Cuff Repair

You don’t realize just how much you move your shoulder until it hurts – and then it can be all you think about. Fortunately, an orthopedic specialist can provide a diagnosis for shoulder injuries and treatment options. Your shoulder is the most movable joint in the human body, according to the University of Rochester Medical Center. There is a drawback

Read more

2
May

3 Reasons for Hip Surgery

Hip surgery is something that seems rare, and often, the idea of it can be scary. However, there is often no need to fear surgical procedures on the hips. In fact, one of the biggest reasons for hip surgery is considered elective from a medical standpoint. Here are three big reasons you should get in touch with our team of

Read more

30
Mar

How Long Do Knee Replacements Last?

Knee replacement surgery (also known as knee arthroplasty) can be a wonderful procedure for individuals with severe pain and discomfort in their knees. Still, those who opt for this major surgery want to know that their new knee joints are going to last. Do Knee Replacements Last? Knee replacements won’t last forever. That’s because their parts are made from plastic

Read more

30
Mar

When to See a Tampa Bay Orthopedic Doctor

Are you experiencing chronic pain? If so, you might be wondering if you need to see an orthopedic doctor. There are times when you should go to your primary care doctor. However, there are other times when going straight to a specialist will bring the relief and the answers you need more quickly. Anytime you have pain in your joints,

Read more

23
Feb

What Is Kyphoplasty Surgery?

Spinal compression fractures can create long-term back pain, and several methods are used to relieve that pain. When conservative treatment doesn’t work or is not advisable for the patient, surgical options are preferred. One such option is kyphoplasty surgery. What is Kyphoplasty Surgery? In this minimally-invasive procedure, a narrow tube is inserted into the fractured vertebra through a small incision.

Read more