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NEW CONCEPTS IN DISLOCATION OF THE PATELLA
by Robert N. Steensen, M.D.
The patella (or kneecap) normally moves up and down in a groove on the front of the femur (thigh bone) as we bend and straighten our knee. The patella will sometimes come out of its groove during an injury. This is known as a dislocation of the patella or a patellar dislocation. It occurs most commonly in teenagers when the knee twists a specific way. Patients who sustain this injury may recover and do well or may have dislocations continue to occur from time to time. On some occasions, as the patella dislocates it scrapes cartilage off the side of the groove creating a loose piece that needs to be removed.Continue...
BENEFITS OF ENDOSCOPIC CARPAL TUNNEL SURGERY
by Raymond K. Wurapa, M.D.
Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Surgery
Endoscopic carpal tunnel surgery uses a thin, specialized device with a camera attached (endoscope), guided through a small incision at the wrist (single-portal technique). The device contains both the camera and the cutting tool. The endoscope lets the surgeon directly and clearly see the internal structures of the wrist, such as the transverse carpal ligament, without opening the entire area with the standard, larger incision.Continue...
HIP PAIN IN THE ACTIVE ADULT: WHAT CAN BE DONE?
by T. Ty Fowler, M.D.
Hip pain can vary from an occasional annoyance to a debilitating problem. Symptoms around the hip can present at any age and has many forms and causes consisting of:
- Soft tissue strains and irritations in and around the hip
- Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI)
- Hip dysplasia
This article focuses on the nagging hip pain that plagues so many young (teens to early fifties) active individuals.Continue...
VIDEO: CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME - WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
by Dr. Bryan T. Chambers
Dr. Bryan T. Chambers discusses carpal tunnel syndrome on NBC 4, including prevention and treatment options.
EVEN THE TOUGHEST TURN TO DR. POLITI: UFC PIONEER DISCUSSES RECENT HIP REPLACEMENT
Ultimate Fighting Championship pioneer Mark Coleman discusses his retirement, including his recent hip replacement surgery by Dr. Joel Politi.Continue...
BREAKTHROUGH TREATMENT FOR CHRONIC ELBOW TENDONITIS
by Raymond K. Wurapa, M.D.
Elbow tendonitis may present as either medial epicondylitis (tennis elbow) or lateral epicondylitis (golfer's elbow). The use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) in the office setting for treatment of this condition is becoming more commonplace. PRP contains a rich concentration of growth factors and cell mediators which are thought to stimulate the healing process.Continue...
Orthopedic ONE Opens Therapy Services Site in Hilliard
Orthopedic ONE is pleased to open a new Therapy Services site at 4611 Trueman Boulevard in Hilliard, just down the road from its Hilliard physician office on Trueman Court. The new site will begin seeing patients on Thursday, October 23.Continue...
Orthopedic ONE expands sports medicine coverage to include Soccer First and FC42
Orthopedic ONE Expands Sports Medicine Coverage to Include Two Prominent Soccer Organizations
Practice announces partnerships with Soccer First and FC42.
Orthopedic ONE is pleased to announce partnerships with two of central Ohio's leading soccer organizations – Soccer First and FC42. As the largest physician-owned orthopedic practice in Ohio, Orthopedic ONE will provide sports medicine services to the hundreds of athletes affiliated with both organizations.Continue...
Orthopedic ONE Grows to Nearly 60 Physicians
Six months after the merger that led to the formation of Orthopedic ONE, Ohio’s largest physician-owned orthopedic practice is increasing its roster of physicians from 54 to 57. Three new surgeons will join the practice in the coming months, including Dr. Randall R. Wroble, Dr. Thomas J. Ellis and Dr. Craig N. Dimitris.Continue...