An alternative to surgery allows patient to continue showing sheep
David Bruner wasn’t ready to give up his love for sheep showing. After getting injections for a pinched nerve in his spine from Dr. Osborne, he is now pain-free.
Top 5 most common Halloween injuries and how to prevent them
Halloween is an exciting time filled with candy and costumes. However, it can lead to scary Halloween injuries. Learn more about Halloween safety tips for parents.
What to expect during a visit with a physiatrist
Once you have made an appointment with a physiatrist, you might be unsure what to expect next. Here we explain an initial visit with a physiatrist, treatment plan and goals.
Giving up pain pills allows patient to find back pain relief
After years of back pain and an increasing amount of addictive pain medication, patient turns to OrthoIndy physiatry to relieve back pain and quit addictive pain medication.
Understanding opioid pain medication and why it isn’t the answer
Although physiatrists do not perform traditional surgery, it is important to note that they do not heavily rely on addictive opioid pain medication to treat patients.
When should I visit a physical medicine and rehabilitation doctor?
If you are experiencing extended pain or you are under the care of a primary care physician and still experiencing pain, it might be time to seek help from a physiatrist.
Improved outcomes with the Mazor X™ Robotic Guidance System for back surgery
Dr. Greg Poulter, OrthoIndy spine surgeon, is seeing improved outcomes in his patients with the use of the Mazor X Robotic Guidance System for back surgery.
What are the health benefits of eating pumpkin?
OrthoIndy clinical nutrition manager, Jessica Moosbrugger, discusses the benefits of eating pumpkin.
Neurofibromatosis: Symptoms, causes and treatment
Neurofibromatosis affects the growth and development of nerve cell tissues, which can cause tumors to grow on nerves. Learn how neurofibromatosis in children is treated.
What is Erbs palsy (brachial plexus birth palsy)?
Most commonly, Erb’s palsy is caused when an infant’s neck is stretched to the side during a difficult delivery. Learn about the symptoms of Erb’s palsy and how it’s diagnosed.
Juvenile arthritis: Signs, types and treatment
What are the symptoms of juvenile arthritis and can juvenile arthritis go away? Learn this and more including how it’s diagnosed and treated.
Recognizing and treating limb length discrepancy
A difference between the lengths of the arms or legs is referred to as limb length discrepancy. Treatment depends on the length of the discrepancy, the child’s age and the cause.
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