With so many products on the market to help you reverse the effects of aging, it’s unfortunate that there are no creams or ointments available to reduce the pain you could feel as your joints age. However, Steindler Orthopedic Clinic has five tips you can use to help delay the onset of joint pain.
Research shows that losing even a little weight can make a big difference in reducing joint pain.
The joint replacement doctors at Steindler Orthopedic Clinic say if you’re experiencing the following signs, you may be ready for a joint replacement procedure.
A recent trend in surgery has nearly become standard. Read more to find out what makes a procedure minimally invasive and how it can benefit the patient.
Love your old pair of tennis shoes? Find out why you may want to replace that torn-up pair of shoes with newer, more comfortable footwear.
Plantar fasciitis, a condition that can affect one or both feet simultaneously, is caused when the plantar fascia tendon endures repetitive stress or excessive tension that creates small tears in the tendon, resulting in inflammation.
Any time you see the suffix itis, it indicates the inflammation of a particular part of the body (think appendicitis, which is inflammation of the appendix, or arthritis, which combines the Greek word for joint–arthro–and itis). Inflammation usually means pain. So in the case of wrist tendinitis, pain is caused by inflammation of the tendon or tendons of the wrist, typically due to trauma of some kind or repetitive stress.
As summer approaches, more children will be out on the baseball diamond. Unfortunately, the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission reports that more than 627,000 baseball-related injuries each year are treated in hospitals, doctors’ offices, clinics, and hospital emergency rooms. There are some tips, however, to prevent injuries on the field.
If you are experiencing pain in your hand or wrist when holding your child, you may be suffering from a condition known as mommy’s thumb. Find out what causes this condition that is becoming increasingly common in American households as well as the treatment recommendations from Steindler Orthopedic Clinic.
Exercising is an essential part of staying active and healthy. Unfortunately, it’s easy to push too hard during exercise, which can lead to injury. Here are some tips to remember while exercising to avoid injury.