Student finds relief from chronic knee instability

Student finds relief from chronic knee instability

Chronic knee pain was nothing new for Hillary Carnall. But when she found out surgery could cure her pain for good, everything changed.

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What is a reverse shoulder replacement?

What is a reverse shoulder replacement?

Your rotator cuff protects your shoulder joint. When you have a tear in your rotator cuff and your shoulder is also affected by arthritis, you may consider a reverse shoulder replacement.

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Amputation gives patient a second chance

Amputation gives patient a second chance

Despite the constant pain she faced from rheumatoid arthritis in her ankle, Sarah was always determined to find a solution to live without pain.

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Patient lives pain-free after choosing shoulder surgery

Patient lives pain-free after choosing shoulder surgery

Shoulder pain can prevent you from your everyday activities. When Cory Peter ruptured his bicep and tore his rotator cuff, he turned to his friend, Dr. Matthew Lavery, for help.

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7 tips for working out in cold weather

7 tips for working out in cold weather

You burn more calories training in the cold because your body has to use more energy to keep your body warm. OrthoIndy sports medicine physician, Dr. Chris Bales discusses tips and benefits for cold-weather training.

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What should I bring to a Super Bowl party?

What should I bring to a Super Bowl party?

If you started the year off on a healthy note, don’t kick your healthy habits to the curb for your Super Bowl party. Whether you’re hosting or in charge of a dessert or appetizer, there are plenty of ways to keep your dish healthy and delicious.

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What is tendinopathy in the shoulder?

What is tendinopathy in the shoulder?

What causes shoulder tendinopathy? Repeated movement like reaching over your head or throwing a ball are examples of overuse.

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How do I know if I am doing too much cardio?

How do I know if I am doing too much cardio?

Chronic cardio is not always the answer to losing weight. Cardio exercise is great for your body; however, it’s important to make sure you’re not doing too much.  A moderate…

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Why is bone health in women important?

Why is bone health in women important?

The orthopedic subspecialty referred to as bone tumor or orthopedic oncology is a highly specialized field.

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What is endoscopic carpal tunnel surgery?

What is endoscopic carpal tunnel surgery?

Occasionally, surgery is necessary to treat carpal tunnel syndrome. Endoscopic carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common treatment for patients who need surgery.

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What are the most common snowboarding injuries?

What are the most common snowboarding injuries?

Dr. Michael Thieken, OrthoIndy sports medicine physician, discusses the most common snowboarding injuries and how to prevent them.

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A thank you letter to Dr. David Fisher

A thank you letter to Dr. David Fisher

After 32 years of providing the community with quality joint replacements, Dr. David Fisher is retiring from OrthoIndy, effective January 4, 2020. All of OrthoIndy would like to thank Dr….

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