By: Ben W. Kittredge, IV, MD
Two patients asked me this question last week while seeing me for a second opinion regarding knee arthroscopy.
The first patient, a 19-year-old college football player, has had intermittent discomfort in his
7/24/2017 11:40:12 AM
By: Marion M. Herring, MD
Shoulder dislocations are common among the young, active, athletic population. A shoulder dislocation is defined when the humerus, or upper arm bone, is forced away from the glenoid, or shoulder bone completely. The humerus
7/6/2017 4:27:09 PM
By: Daniel E. Weingold, MDThe shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body and as a result it allows us to do many things at a high level including throwing, serving, swimming, reaching, pushing, pulling and heavy lifting. The bones in your
6/29/2017 4:09:57 PM
Dr. Paul Kiritsis out of our St. Francis location recorded this great video to explain GIRD and the throwing shoulder!
6/22/2017 3:51:43 PM
In sports, injuries happen. Whether recreational or competitive and despite preparation, unforeseen circumstances will occur in athletics.
Proper training, practice, and preventative measures will minimize injury and in the event of an
6/20/2017 4:26:52 PM