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What to Do If Your Orthopedic Surgery Is Postponed

The helpful information below was provided by OrthoInfo.Org and the Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. The COVID-19 pandemic has required that the country take protective measures to prevent the spread of the disease. To this end, many hospitals have postponed elective […]

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Is joint replacement surgery right for you?

Join us for a free information session with joint replacement specialist Dr. Mark Shekhman. He will discuss: Non-surgical arthritis treatments for hip & knee pain When to consider joint replacement and Makoplasty robotic-arm assisted surgery Types of procedures for personalized […]

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Making a Difference in the Lives of Athletes

There is nothing worse than for an athlete to be sidelined for an injury. Dr. Clifford Rios is one of our leading sports medicine experts who understands the pressures that athletes face. As the team physician for Trinity College Athletics, as […]

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Advancements in Knee Replacement

Dr. Daniel Witmer is a leading orthopedic surgeon who specializes in joint replacement of the hips and knees. During his fellowship at Indiana University, he was trained in complex hip and knee replacement and revision surgery, computer-assisted surgery, cementless and […]

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Helping a Soccer Player Get Back in the Game!

Dr. Robert Waskowitz helps an avid soccer player get back on the field after a debilitating ACL injury. Hear how he focuses on getting athletes 100% recovered so they can return to their passion. Dr. Waskowitz sees patients in Newington […]

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Winter is here and so are winter injuries!

According to data from the National Safety Council, 25,000 slip, trip and fall accidents occur daily in the US. Snow, ice and freezing temperatures in the winter multiply the number of wet and slippery surfaces at work and the potential for accidents. Follow these […]

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