As Sports Medicine Surges, Hope Springs Eternal….

“Unfortunately in our field, there often is acceptance and use before there is data,” When I came through my training, I never saw patients over 40 who required a ligament reconstruction of their knee.  I rarely encountered … continue reading

It’s Where Your Patients Are… Where Are You?

There’s little question that more and more physicians are starting to understand the opportunities offered to them by establishing a presence on the web… rooted in such a manner that it layers well onto the … continue reading

Partial Rotator Cuff Tears

Partial rotator cuff tears are a common cause of shoulder pain. It is not uncommon for most people to have an MRI report that mentions a partial rotator cuff tear. That tend to leads to a lot … continue reading

Torn Rotator Cuffs are a Common Shoulder Injury

Torn rotator cuffs are a frequently encountered problem identified in my office on a daily basis. Sadly, far too many patients are under the assumption that because something is torn, it must, therefore, be fixed. … continue reading

Knee Replacement Surgery Alternatives

Considering knee replacement surgery is a tough decision to make. Prior to taking the leap, many will try all reasonable alternatives to knee surgery before scheduling. Knee replacement surgery is a very commonly performed procedure that … continue reading

The 7-Minute Workout

We all know the benefits that daily exercise may bring to our aging bodies.  The benefits are far from being simply physical in nature. But… We’re working longer, we’re shuttling our children here and there… … continue reading

Preventing Pitching Injuries

As the weather warms and the fields are prepared, another season of baseball is upon us.   I remember quite well how excited I was about the start of another little league season.  At that … continue reading