Home | Donate | Contact Us | Physicians | 1.888.STJOES1
St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center

Blogs

Oct 9 2014
New Treatments For Cartilage Injuries

By: Todd Battaglia  Blog: Care That Moves You

0

New Cartilage Treatment for Athletes and Young Individuals

Continue reading "New Treatments For Cartilage Injuries"

Permalink | Read Comments (0) | Add a Comment | Subscribe to this Blog


Jun 25 2013
Pitch Perfect - How to Keep Your Shoulder In Shape

By: Todd Battaglia  Blog: St. Joseph's Health Connections

0

With baseball season in full swing, pitchers across Central New York are putting great demands on their shoulders. High-speed throwing represents the pinnacle of function for the human shoulder, balancing mobility, strength and stability. Unfortunately, this balance is easily disrupted; in fact, shoulder pain is the most common complaint in the throwing athlete.

Continue reading "Pitch Perfect - How to Keep Your Shoulder In Shape"

Permalink | Read Comments (0) | Add a Comment | Subscribe to this Blog


Jun 24 2013
Pitch Perfect - How to Keep Your Shoulder In Shape

By: Todd Battaglia  Blog: Care That Moves You

0

With baseball season in full swing, pitchers across Central New York are putting great demands on their shoulders. High-speed throwing represents the pinnacle of function for the human shoulder, balancing mobility, strength and stability. Unfortunately, this balance is easily disrupted; in fact, shoulder pain is the most common complaint in the throwing athlete.

Continue reading "Pitch Perfect - How to Keep Your Shoulder In Shape"

Permalink | Read Comments (0) | Add a Comment | Subscribe to this Blog


Feb 6 2013
Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Surgery

By: Todd Battaglia  Blog: Care That Moves You

0

Rotator cuff tears are one of the most common causes of shoulder pain and dysfunction in the adult shoulder, and are one of the most frequent indications for shoulder surgery. Despite its ubiquity, however, there is no such thing as a “standard “rotator cuff repair. In fact, there are two completely different repair techniques used today – the more traditional “open” repair which utilizes a 3-5 cm incision to directly visualize and fix the rotator cuff, and “arthroscopic” repair, which utilizes a camera to repair the tendons through very small incisions. Arthroscopic cuff repair is a relatively new technique, first popularized approximately 15 years ago.

Continue reading "Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Surgery"

Permalink | Read Comments (0) | Add a Comment | Subscribe to this Blog


Sep 10 2012
St. Joseph's Health Musculoskeletal Minute

By: Todd Battaglia  Blog: Care That Moves You

0

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. Todd Battaglia, orthopedic surgeon at St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center, speaks on ACL injuries, including how they occur and the healing process.

Continue reading "St. Joseph's Health Musculoskeletal Minute"

Permalink | Read Comments (0) | Add a Comment | Subscribe to this Blog


Recent Entries

Archives


select

The information provided on this site should not be taken as medical advice. As always, we strongly recommend that you consult with a physician if you have any medical concerns.