Is Outpatient Total Joint Replacement Right for You?
Imagine undergoing a total joint replacement of the knee, hip or shoulder without the hospital stay. A traditional joint replacement requires a 1-3 night stay in the hospital, but if you are in overall good health and have the right home support system an outpatient approach may be right for you.Continue...
Recognize to Recover: What You Need to Know about Concussions
The United States Soccer Federation has rolled out a comprehensive player health and safety program called Recognize to Recover. This purpose of this program is to promote safe play and reduce injuries in soccer players of all ages. Recognize to Recover was developed with a goal of providing coaches, players, parents and referees with information, guidance and educational materials to aid in the prevention and management of injuries.
Always a hot topic in the soccer community, Recognize to Recover has created resources to help soccer players, coaches, parents and referees identify and seek treatment for concussions. Recognize to Recover realizes that concussions can be difficult to spot on the field, especially for those who are not trained medical professionals. U.S. Soccer created Recognize to Recover resources that will help coaches, players, parents and referees identify the signs and symptoms of concussion and immediately take action with the appropriate treatment.
Check out the video below and review these key points to ensure that if your athlete goes down with a head injury, you can RECOGNIZE the severity of the injury and seek medical attention so your player can RECOVER to their fullest potential.
Therapy Services Spotlight: Improving Core Strength
Orthopedic ONE Therapy Services demonstrates two versions of the plank, which will help strengthen the core muscles.
Working the muscles in the midsection can improve an athlete's stability and speed, as well as prevent injuries.
Therapy Services Spotlight: Strengthening the Gluteal Muscles
Orthopedic ONE Therapy Services guides you through a series of four exercises to help strengthen the gluteal muscles. These three muscles are the largest and strongest in the body and work to abduct, rotate and extend the hip. Developing this muscle group makes everyday tasks like sitting down, standing up, picking up heavy objects and climbing stairs easier. Overtime, performing these exercises will improve overall athletic performance and reduce the risk of injury.
Therapy Services Spotlight: Dynamic Warm-Up and Static Cool Down Tutorial
No matter how you like to stay active, we can't stress the importance of a proper warm-up and cool down! Orthopedic ONE supports the use of the Dynamic Warm-Up and Static Cool Down methods to increase athletic performance and reduce the likelihood of injury.
Watch as two of our Physical Therapists demonstrate how to complete these moves that will make the beginning and end of your workout just as impactful as your training! Click here for step by step instructions to go along with our tutorial!
Is there increased risk of injury on artificial turf? Hear from Dr. Edwards on 10TV.
Dr. Vivek Sahai talks total knee replacement on Good Day Columbus
Check out Pete Scalia's interview with his surgeon Dr. Vivek Sahai of Orthopedic ONE. The pair discuss Pete's recent bilateral knee replacement and his recovery. Follow #PetesProgress on social media, or at www.MyFox28Columbus.com.
Watch the full segment here.
Orthopedic ONE debuts new ad campaign
Check out our latest advertising campaign - and spot some of our physician and staff cameos!