OrthoIndy has helped thousands of patients find true pain relief through hip and knee joint replacements. Much of our success is staying up on — and often driving — the…
Only you and your doctor can tell if and when should you have hip replacement surgery. But if you find yourself nodding your head to any of these signs, reopen…
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Active mom Shelly Williams found everyday tasks difficult on her hip. OrthoIndy total joint replacement surgeon, Dr. Patrick Millikan provides a solution.
What is the difference between osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis? Find out more and what kind of specialist to see for each condition.
Your hip flexors connect the top of your thigh bone (femur) to your lower back, hips and groin. These strains are caused by overusing the muscles and tendons.
Osteoarthritis is caused by long term wear and tear on your joint and usually occurs in older adults. This can cause little bony projections to form on your bones to protect your weak joint called bone spurs.
Iliotibial band syndrome can slow down your activities. Activities that can bring on symptoms are running, cycling, hiking and walking long distances.
Consistent running, walking or cycling makes it difficult for hip tendonitis to heal and you should seek your various treatment options to relieve your pain.
Osteoarthritis causes your bones to rub together since there’s no cartilage to cushion them anymore. When this happens, it causes pain, stiffness and swelling
After a labrum tear in her hip and a hip arthroscopy, patient returns to OrthoIndy for shoulder treatment. Find out how this patient was able to return to yoga.
What are the types of hip replacement surgery and how soon can you get back to your active lifestyle? Find out more about total hip replacement surgery.
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