Helpful tips to avoid holiday snacking
OrthoIndy clinical nutrition manager, Jessica Moosbrugger, provides five helpful tips to avoid holiday snacking.
Retired firefighter undergoes cervical spine surgery
During a routine training, John’s commitment to being a firefighter was threatened when he felt a twinge in his upper back. Learn how he found treatment for his back pain.
One-year-old has surgery to repair hip dysplasia
After Nora’s parents began worrying when she didn’t start walking they brought her to OrthoIndy where she was diagnosed with hip dysplasia and would need surgery.
Top 5 most common soccer injuries
Most soccer injuries involve the lower extremities of the body. Learn more about the five most common soccer injuries and the risks of playing soccer.
Patient undergoes back surgery for a herniated disc and finds relief
Back surgery for a herniated disc allows high school athletic director and varsity baseball coach to return to work without back pain.
What causes slipped capital femoral epiphysis?
Slipped capital femoral epiphysis occurs when the ball at the head of the thigh bone slips off the neck of the bone. Most commonly, this hip condition occurs in teens.
Bow legged: Causes, symptoms and treatment
When a child with bowed legs stands with their feet together, there is a noticeable space between their lower legs and knees. Learn how bow legs are diagnosed and corrected.
Rickets: Symptoms, causes, prevention and treatment
Rickets is a condition that causes weak or soft bones in children. Learn what causes rickets and how it can be corrected or prevented.
How can I boost my energy?
OrthoIndy physical medicine and rehabilitation physician, also referred to as a physiatrist, Dr. Ronald Miller provides tips on how to increase energy and motivation throughout the day.
What is a unicameral bone cyst?
Primarily developing in children, a unicameral bone cysts, also called a simple bone cyst, is a common, noncancerous (benign) bone tumor. Learn how they are treated.
What makes the practice of physiatry a team approach?
A physiatrist is trained to lead this collaborative care and coordinate with a team of medical providers. The team might include nurses, physical therapist or surgeons.
OrthoIndy now offering FREE spine MRI review
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