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Jun 14 2015
The Internet May Cause “Cyberchondria”

By: Blog Administrator  Blog: Care That Moves You

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More people are looking to the internet and social media as a first line of defense for diagnosing ailments

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Dec 25 2014
Emerging Options for Ankle Arthritis

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Ankle arthritis is a degenerative condition that can cause significant pain and functional limitation

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Dec 8 2014
Techniques,Tech, and Materials Push Old Joints to New Places

By: Seth Greenky  Blog: Care That Moves You

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Advances in the art of replacing worn out joints occurs along many fronts...

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Dec 3 2014
Can Your Shoulder Be Replaced?

By: Ortho Blog Admin  Blog: Care That Moves You

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The answer is YES! More importantly, shoulder replacement works! Many people have experienced, or know someone who has experienced, joint replacement surgery. Knee and hip joint replacements are some of the most common orthopedic procedures performed today. Amazingly, the first reports of hip and shoulder replacements originated in Europe over a century ago. Modern hip replacement surgery was pioneered by Sir John Charnley, MD (1911–1982) in England in the 1960’s. Since that time, hip and knee replacements have evolved to become commonly performed and successful orthopedic procedures.

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Nov 8 2014
Team Dinner

By: Frank Panzetta  Blog: Care That Moves You

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After a rigorous day of patient screening we gathered for our team dinner. The next several days will be quite busy as we prepare to operate on 60 patients, and perform over 65 joint replacements.

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