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Lower Back Pain Stats and Solutions
“My Back Hurts”
“I have this burning pain down into my buttocks and leg”
“I have Arthritis and Degenerative Disc Disease in my back”
“Pain Medication helps a little but it’s only temporary relief”
These are some of the most common statements we hear from our diverse patient population. While every patient is unique, our team works diligently to create a treatment plan specific to each and every patient, which usually yields a good and sustained outcome.
Dr. Randy Wroble Discusses the Return of High School Sports Amid COVID-19
As high school sports make their return this month, Dr. Randy Wroble, Orthopedic ONE Sports Medicine specialist and chairman of the OHSAA’s Joint Advisory Committee on Sports Medicine weighs in on which sports may be most susceptible, as well as concerns about asymptomatic athletes spreading the virus.Continue...
That Nagging Shin Pain…The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
With warmer weather comes the urge for many of us to spend more time outside being active! Running remains a popular way to get and stay fit. Runners reap the many health benefits of cardiovascular exercise, and let's not forget that euphoric feeling known as runner's high! Also running is a pretty easy hobby to start and can be done anywhere, no gym membership required.
As with all activities, runners are susceptible to injuries, one of the most common being shin related aches and pains. We lump these injuries into a category of “overuse injuries” and in the shins specifically, injury can evolve into Stress Reactions and Stress Fractures if not treated properly. Shin Splints is a term used by many to describe any type of pain experienced in the front or inside of the lower leg. You may also see Shin Splints referred to as Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome, or MTSS. Shin Splints occur as a result of inflammation to the muscles, tendons and periosteum of the tibia, the larger of the two lower leg bones. Symptoms include pain and tenderness along the inside or front of the tibia. Shin Splints can be diagnosed through a physical exam with a Sports Medicine Provider and are initially managed conservatively, without impacting an athlete’s training goals.
Putting our patients and employees first in midst of a shutdown
Our CEO Tim Smith recently spoke to Reporter Carrie Ghose with Columbus Business First about the company's immediate response and recovery to the COVID-19 shutdown, including the ban on elective procedures.
In sharing this story, we want to acknowledge the following:
1. Our incredible team of associates who have remained flexible throughout these uncertain times and have helped us keep our fellow employees and patients healthy and safe.
2. Our physicians, leadership and especially our HR team who worked tirelessly to find programs and resources like those mentioned in the article to keep our workforce intact.
3. Our patients who understood when procedures had to placed on hold or rescheduled due to changing orders and guidelines outside of our control. Thank you for your continued trust in us.
Read the full article below or in Columbus Business First.Continue...
Lower Extremity Exercises You Can Do at Home
You don't need a gym membership or high-end equipment to improve your lower body strength! Follow along with Andrea Pohlman, MSAH, AT, as she guides you through this series of exercises that uses common household items and can be done anywhere!Continue...
Beat the Heat
As the temperatures rise and the desire to enjoy outdoor activities increases, so does the likelihood of developing heat illness. Heat illness has several forms, ranging from minor to severe. Luckily, developing complications is preventable if the early signs of heat illness are recognized quickly and treated properly.
Early Signs of Heat Illness
Orthopedic ONE Welcomes Five New Physicians in 2020
Orthopedic ONE grows by five new surgeons - specializing in adult reconstructive surgery, sports medicine and spine surgeryContinue...
Strength and Stretching Exercises for Runners
With the recent concerns of COVID-19 and closures or restrictions at many gyms, a growing number of people are incorporating running into their exercise routines.
This video will cover injury prevention, considerations for the appropriate volume for a running program, and post-run recovery techniques.
Follow along with Mackenzie Lefforge, DPT by clicking the video below.