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.
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.
Knee surgery allows patient to resume active lifestyle
Acl graft surgery and partial knee replacement surgery allows a patient to continue hiking, ziplining, white water rafting and more after years of arthritis pain.
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.
Knee pain but not ready for surgery?
Is the cartilage in your knee damaged and have you been told you may need knee surgery? OrthoIndy is now participating in an investigation of a new approach to knee cartilage repair.
Non-surgical alternative to knee surgery
Do you have knee pain? Have you been diagnosed with osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee? You may be eligible to participate in a clinical trial with Dr. Jack Farr at OrthoIndy.
Soccer player undergoes two ACL surgeries
After tearing her ACL and undergoing knee surgery. Shanna returns to soccer and tears her ACL and meniscus only to undergo surgery again. But now she’s back in the game.
Martial arts enthusiast undergoes ACL and shoulder surgery
After undergoing knee surgery Monte returned to his active lifestyle only to start experiencing shoulder pain. After shoulder treatment he has returned to martial arts.
Can PRP injections decrease your knee pain?
Cartilage restoration specialist explains injection alternatives for some knee arthritis patients who are looking to delay knee replacement surgery.
Knee replacement allows patient to travel
After recovering from total knee replacement surgery, Kathy finds a life free from knee pain and begins to travel the world.
How to recover from a combined knee ligament injury
Sometimes, an athlete will injure two or more ligaments at the same time, this is referred to as a combined or multi-knee ligament injury and can be very serious.
Collateral ligament injuries of the knee: Symptoms and treatment
A collateral ligament injury occurs when the MCL or LCL is injured. These ligaments are on the inside and outside of the knee.
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