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  • Torn Meniscus Symptoms & Treatments: What You Need To Know

    Wednesday, 26 August 2015 Torn Meniscus Symptoms & Treatments: What You Need To Kn...

    The old sentiment of not knowing what you have until it’s gone can so often be applied to the meniscus. Many patients go their entire lives unaware of the important work this piece of of fibrocartilage does until their knee begins to experience torn meniscus symptoms. Read More »

  • Get the Facts: Biceps Tendon Rupture

    Monday, 24 August 2015 Get the Facts: Biceps Tendon Rupture

    It can happen when helping out a buddy on moving day or when you are unjamming a relative’s stuck window on a sweltering day. Unexpectedly, you may have suffered a bicep rupture if you felt an acute pain during a lifting motion. In some cases, active individuals could experience a rupture through contact sports or weightlifting. In reality, the injury is abrupt in nature. The physicians at Rothman Institute understand that you need immediate counsel when facing biceps tendon rupture. Read More »

  • FAQs About Golfer’s Elbow

    Friday, 21 August 2015 FAQs About Golfer’s Elbow

    If you golf, play tennis, or do other activities which involve the repeated swinging of your arm, you may notice pain developing on the inner side of your elbow. If so, you may be experiencing Golfer’s elbow, a form of tendonitis similar to tennis elbow. Also known as medial epicondylitis, this condition is caused by the overuse of the muscles and tendons of the forearm, leading to inflammation and pain around the joint. Read More »

  • Be in the Know: Understand Your Knee Arthritis Treatment Options

    Friday, 21 August 2015 Be in the Know: Understand Your Knee Arthritis Treatment Opt...

    For many, knee arthritis can really hold an individual back from living an active, healthy lifestyle. Sometimes patients express sentiments of surprise—reporting the feeling that their arthritis pain snuck up on them. It can be hard to cope with the initial diagnosis without a treatment plan to look forward to. Claiming hope and the sheer motivation to push onward toward rehabilitation can be as simple as feeling fully informed of all options and resources available to you. With this in mind, Rothman Institute informs and empowers patients with every possible knee arthritis treatment option. Read More »

  • Local Wrist Break Surgeons Offer The Latest Treatments

    Monday, 17 August 2015 Local Wrist Break Surgeons Offer The Latest Treatments

    If you or someone you love has experienced a wrist break, you may be happy to know that most such injuries do not require a surgical procedure. In many cases, a cast can offer an effective treatment option. However, for certain cases, surgery does prove to be the best option to hold bones in place as they heal. If you find yourself in such a situation, wondering how to choose among the wrist break surgeons in your area, Rothman Institute can help. Read More »

  • How To Prepare For Distal Radial Fracture Surgery: A Step-By-Step Guide

    Friday, 14 August 2015 How To Prepare For Distal Radial Fracture Surgery: A Step-By...

    Distal radial fractures are the most common form of wrist fracture, and many of these can be treated without surgery. However, some of the more severe cases of this type of injury do require an operation to restore the bone to its proper position and prevent it from moving out of place until it is sufficiently healed. If you or someone you love have experienced such an injury, you may be wondering how to prepare for distal radial fracture surgery in case the doctor recommends this course of treatment, based on your particular condition. At Rothman Institute, we are dedicated to helping patients like you understand and receive the treatments they need at every stage of recovery. Read More »

  • Important Information For Patients Looking For Wrist Fracture Surgeons

    Wednesday, 12 August 2015 Important Information For Patients Looking For Wrist Fractur...

    Have you, or has someone you love, experienced a wrist fracture? Although this may be a new and unfamiliar experience, it is important to remember that there are experienced wrist fracture surgeons and doctors nearby who can provide the help you need. Read More »

  • Five Facts Your Wrist Fracture Physicians Want You To Know

    Monday, 10 August 2015 Five Facts Your Wrist Fracture Physicians Want You To Know

    If you have experienced a wrist fracture, you probably have a number of questions about your condition, treatment options, and the outlook for your recovery. At Rothman Institute, our wrist fracture physicians have extensive experience in this area of orthopaedics. With this in-depth knowledge, they want to help you begin your journey toward recovery by sharing five important facts that anyone with a wrist fracture should know. Read More »

  • FAQs About Tennis Elbow

    Tuesday, 21 July 2015 FAQs About Tennis Elbow

    Tennis elbow, a condition also called lateral epicondylitis, is one of the most common elbow injuries in the world of sports. This painful condition typically occurs when the tendons in an athlete's elbow are overworked, usually through repetitive movement of the wrist and arm. Although the exact causes of this condition are as yet unknown, it is thought to be due to tiny tears of the tendons that attach the muscles of the forearm to the arm bone at the elbow joint. However, despite the uncertainties still surrounding this common conditions, the experts at Rothman Institute still have answers to many of your frequently asked questions. Read More »

  • Your Journey Through Hip Arthroscopy

    Monday, 20 July 2015 Your Journey Through Hip Arthroscopy

    Hip arthroscopy is a developing field of orthopaedics which is bringing very promising results to patients with painful hip conditions across the country. If you or a loved one have suffered from ongoing hip pain due to an injury or an ongoing disease, your doctor may recommend this procedure to relieve pain and help you return to your favorite activities. Read More »