Are massages good for back pain?
Massage therapy reduces muscle stiffness and increases blood flow, which allows more nutrients to reach your muscles. It can help relieve soreness from your muscles as well as relieve pain from a soft tissue injury.
How do you treat a Lisfranc injury (midfoot injury)?
A lisfranc injury, also referred to as a midfoot injury, occurs when the bones in the midfoot are broken or ligaments that support the midfoot are torn.
Complex knee pain brings Ohio native to OrthoIndy
Knee pain causes a patient to drive four hours for a solution. After complex knee surgery and reconstructive osteotomy patient finally feels pain-free again.
What is Morton’s neuroma?
If you feel like you are walking on a marble or rock and you have pain in the ball of your foot, you may have Morton’s neuroma.
Does smoking slow down the healing process after surgery?
Quitting before your procedure and not smoking afterward can significantly increase your chances of healing faster. It allows more oxygen to reach your cells and increases blood flow which helps your body heal.
How do you wean off pop?
THIS POST IS PART OF THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE The problem with soft drinks such as pop, also referred to as ‘soda’, is that it’s packed with…
What is vertical talus?
Vertical talus is diagnosed at birth. It is a rare deformity that babies are born with and is also called congenital vertical talus.
Swimmer rebounds from sports injury
Elyse Heiser rebounds from patellar dislocation after receiving care from Dr. Kosmas Kayes at OrthoIndy. She is now able to swim at a competitive level and got normal back.
What is a hip labral tear?
The tear happens when the labrum is separated from the socket. Most commonly it’s the result of repetitive action that strains the hip joint. Learn more.
What is a hip arthroscopy?
Hip arthroscopies are a common surgical procedure that helps treat a large number of hip injuries and conditions. Learn more.
What is hip impingement?
Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), also referred to as hip impingement, is when extra bone grows along one or both of the bones that form the hip joint.
What is Diabetic (Charcot) foot?
Diabetic foot problems, such as Charcot foot, are a common cause of hospitalization for those with diabetes. Charcot foot in diabetes is a serious problem.
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