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8 Signs To Know If You Need Hip Replacement Surgery

Dated on: 04/03/2019 | Post By: orthobethesda

An ailing hip can make doing the things you love uncomfortable or even impossible. If you're struggling with hip pain or stiffness that prevents you from performing your normal, everyday activities, you may find that hip replacement surgery could have a profound impact on your life — relieving your painful symptoms and increasing your mobility and ability to function. However, for some, conservative treatments are completely sufficient. How do you know the right option for you? Let's take a look at eight signs that will help you decide if you need hip replacement surgery. 1. You Have Chronic and Significant Pain Damage [ ... ]

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How to Prevent Soccer Injuries

11/18/2019

Soccer is the most widely played team sport in the world, and is quickly growing in the U.S. As more kids and adults start to play the sport, soccer-related injuries will likely increase. What Are the Most Common Soccer Injuries? The most common soccer injuries [ ... ]

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How to Treat Sesamoiditis at Home

11/04/2019

The sesamoids are special bones in the body. They’re not connected to any other bone at the joint. Instead, they act as pulleys to aid tendon movement. Two of these sesamoids are present under the forefoot near the big toe. Sesamoids in the forefoot help [ ... ]

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How Toe Implant Surgery Treats Osteoarthritis

10/21/2019

Osteoarthritis is a disease that causes thinning of the cartilage in your joint. If you have osteoarthritis at the base of your big toe, it can cause the joint to become stiff and painful, making it difficult to stand, walk or run. Implant surgery for osteoarthritis offers a less [ ... ]

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Bilateral Knee Replacement Recovery Tips

10/07/2019

When you have a bilateral knee replacement, the recovery phase plays a vital role in helping you resume normal activities quickly. The recovery and rehab process can help you heal faster after surgery and improve the long-term outcome of the surgery. Here we discuss the [ ... ]

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Types of Bursitis

10/03/2019

Bursitis is a painful ailment affecting your joints. Fluid-filled sacs known as bursae act as a cushion between your tendons, bones, muscles and joints. Inflammation of these sacs is called bursitis. It's a fairly common condition, but many individuals treat inflammation of the bursa at home and [ ... ]

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Common Snow Shoveling Injuries

09/23/2019

Shoveling snow can be a daunting task during the winter months. Injuries such as shoulder and lower back pain occur frequently. In more severe cases, slips on ice, bone fractures, hypothermia and heart-related ailments may occur. With some preparation, you can prevent these injuries. At [ ... ]

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Top of Foot: Treatment Tips for Fracture, Sprain or Strain

09/09/2019

Acute injuries such as fractures, strains and top of the foot sprains can occur in people of all ages. Anyone can experience a twist in the ankle, which can cause intermittent sharp pain on the top of the foot. Let's look at how to identify each [ ... ]

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Types of Rotator Cuff Tears

09/01/2019

If you've had any kind of shoulder discomfort, chances are you've heard about rotator cuff injuries and the pain and complications they can bring on. Your shoulder joint is an extremely complex body part that allows your arm to have its remarkable range of motion. [ ... ]

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Why College & High School Athletes Need Sports Medicine

08/26/2019

Did you know that physical therapy can help your young athlete deal with pains and sudden sports injuries? A physical therapist can help your athlete do special exercises that strengthen the ligaments, muscles, tendons and joints. Your child will be able to recover faster and [ ... ]

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Common Reasons Why Physical Therapy Is Important

08/19/2019

Physical therapy improves mobility and function in athletes and the elderly who have injuries, illnesses or medical conditions. Not everyone likes physical therapy, though. People sometimes opt for surgery because they believe it's a faster and more effective method of treating their conditions. However, one [ ... ]

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How to Prevent Soccer Injuries

11/18/2019

Soccer is the most widely played team sport in the world, and is quickly growing in the U.S. As more kids and adults start to play the sport, soccer-related injuries will likely increase. What Are the Most Common Soccer Injuries? The most common soccer injuries[ ... ]

read more

How to Treat Sesamoiditis at Home

11/04/2019

The sesamoids are special bones in the body. They’re not connected to any other bone at the joint. Instead, they act as pulleys to aid tendon movement. Two of these sesamoids are present under the forefoot near the big toe. Sesamoids in the forefoot help[ ... ]

read more

How Toe Implant Surgery Treats Osteoarthritis

10/21/2019

Osteoarthritis is a disease that causes thinning of the cartilage in your joint. If you have osteoarthritis at the base of your big toe, it can cause the joint to become stiff and painful, making it difficult to stand, walk or run. Implant surgery for osteoarthritis offers a less[ ... ]

read more

Bilateral Knee Replacement Recovery Tips

10/07/2019

When you have a bilateral knee replacement, the recovery phase plays a vital role in helping you resume normal activities quickly. The recovery and rehab process can help you heal faster after surgery and improve the long-term outcome of the surgery. Here we discuss the[ ... ]

read more

Types of Bursitis

10/03/2019

Bursitis is a painful ailment affecting your joints. Fluid-filled sacs known as bursae act as a cushion between your tendons, bones, muscles and joints. Inflammation of these sacs is called bursitis. It's a fairly common condition, but many individuals treat inflammation of the bursa at home and[ ... ]

read more

Common Snow Shoveling Injuries

09/23/2019

Shoveling snow can be a daunting task during the winter months. Injuries such as shoulder and lower back pain occur frequently. In more severe cases, slips on ice, bone fractures, hypothermia and heart-related ailments may occur. With some preparation, you can prevent these injuries. At[ ... ]

read more

Top of Foot: Treatment Tips for Fracture, Sprain or Strain

09/09/2019

Acute injuries such as fractures, strains and top of the foot sprains can occur in people of all ages. Anyone can experience a twist in the ankle, which can cause intermittent sharp pain on the top of the foot. Let's look at how to identify each[ ... ]

read more

Types of Rotator Cuff Tears

09/01/2019

If you've had any kind of shoulder discomfort, chances are you've heard about rotator cuff injuries and the pain and complications they can bring on. Your shoulder joint is an extremely complex body part that allows your arm to have its remarkable range of motion.[ ... ]

read more

Why College & High School Athletes Need Sports Medicine

08/26/2019

Did you know that physical therapy can help your young athlete deal with pains and sudden sports injuries? A physical therapist can help your athlete do special exercises that strengthen the ligaments, muscles, tendons and joints. Your child will be able to recover faster and[ ... ]

read more

Common Reasons Why Physical Therapy Is Important

08/19/2019

Physical therapy improves mobility and function in athletes and the elderly who have injuries, illnesses or medical conditions. Not everyone likes physical therapy, though. People sometimes opt for surgery because they believe it's a faster and more effective method of treating their conditions. However, one[ ... ]

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