A bursa is a fluid-filled sac that cushions the bone from other moving parts, such as tendons, muscles, and skin. Bursitis is when the bursa becomes inflamed, and usually happens with overuse or injury. Bursitis is not the same thing as tendonitis.

Cartilage Repair

Cartilage repair is a procedure that helps restore the cartilage in the knee. Cartilage repair can be performed on an otherwise healthy knee that has not been affected by osteoarthritis. It may help knees that have damaged cartilage due to injury, trauma, over use, or certain medical conditions.


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Foot and Ankle

Foot, ankle, and heel pain can be caused by a variety of ailments or conditions, including sprains, bunions, or plantar fasciitis. A podiatrist specializing in foot-related health can help to treat pain and prevent future discomfort.

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Head Injury

Head injury is a broad term that covers everything from a bump on the head to a serious skull fracture. Even something that might seem like a minor head injury can be serious if it leads to swelling in the brain and damaged brain cells.
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The hip joint, one of the largest joints in the body, supports your body weight and helps you stay balanced while you stand or walk. The hip joint is subject to a variety of problems.
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Joint Dislocation

A joint is dislocated when is the bones are forced out of their normal position. Joint dislocations are usually caused by a hard blow, fall, or accident.

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The knee joint is the largest joint in the human body. It is vulnerable to injuries, especially among athletes, as well as osteoarthritis.


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Wrist and Hand Orthopedics

Wrist and Hand

Wrist and hand pain can be common complaints due to injuries, sprains, or conditions such as arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome. Treatments can be as simple as wearing an occasional brace, or more intensive such as surgery. An orthopedic specialist can help to diagnose your pain and determine a solution.