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Jun 10 2013
Orthopedic Conditions and Injuries That Come with Aging

By: Glenn Axelrod  Blog: Care That Moves You

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There are structural and functional changes that come with aging, which make the body more susceptible to injury, both from acute trauma and from repetitive overuse/overloading.

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Feb 15 2013
Orthopedics: What Treatment Is Right For You?

By: Glenn Axelrod  Blog: Care That Moves You

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Orthopedic surgery is a surgical specialty which deals with diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions involving bone, muscle, and joints. Although it is a surgical specialty, the majority of patient can be treated non-operatively; we refer to that as conservative treatment. The conditions may be traumatic as well as non-traumatic. Most surgical procedures are considered to be elective, meaning that surgery is likely to lead to a better outcome than non-operative treatment, but that it is not absolutely medically necessary.

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Aug 31 2012
St. Joseph's Health Musculoskeletal Minute

By: Glenn Axelrod  Blog: Care That Moves You

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Welcome back to St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center's Musculoskeletal Minute! This video blog features doctors from St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center in Syracuse, NY, speaking on orthopedic topics of interest. You will see a new video blog out every few weeks. In this edition, Dr. Glenn Axelrod, orthopedic surgeon at St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center, discusses knee pain in adolescent women.

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