Properly replacing water loss experienced during the intense minutes of a professional sports competition is a delicate and vital balance for athletes who battle dehydration on the ice, field or court.
As American's bone health declines, patients encouraged to understand, prevent and manage the risks to reduce fractures and associated complications
Too much, too soon, injures young bodies
Risk of requiring narcotic refill following total knee arthroplasty may be lower among elderly patients and patients with good pain control postoperatively, according to study results.
We like to use smartphone apps for just about everything these days, but the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is urgingTrusted Source people to steer clear of those that claim to evaluate, diagnose, or treat head injuries including concussions.
Last October, Esteban Serrano wrenched his knee badly during his weekly soccer game with friends. Serrano, a software engineer, grew up playing soccer in Quito, Ecuador, and he has kept up the sport since moving to the United States two decades ago.
While the faces of orthopedic providers now more closely reflect the diverse patient populations they serve, continued efforts must be made to realize the potential benefit afforded by such diversity of perspective.
Leo Anderson was in the middle of a baseball game when he threw a ball he had just caught, heard a crunch in his elbow and fell to the ground. That sound was a growth plate in his elbow breaking, and it ended the now-15-year-old’s season last spring.
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