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Category Archives: Orthopedic Surgery

Does your knee implant have a serial number?

Patients are often confused with what a surgeon means by saying they are getting a customized knee replacement. Most surgeons are using advanced imaging (CT scans or MRI scans) for the production of cutting blocks, alignment aids or to use with a robot. However, these are not implants. A knee replacement implant is the actual …read more.

Why is my hand numb?

by Phil Burr, PA-C at  The Orthopedic Institute at Southwest Health You wake up in the middle of the night, and it feels like your hand is numb and tingling. You shake your hand to wake it up, and it goes away. You fall back asleep and don’t think much about it until you’re driving …read more.

Ouch! I twisted my Ankle…

By Phil Burr, PA-C at The Orthopedic Institute at Southwest Health Almost everybody, at some point in their lives will experience the pain and frustration of a twisted ankle. And you’ll struggle with questions like “Is it broken or just sprained?” “Should I go to the doctor or just ice it?” “How am I gonna …read more.

PREPARING FOR JOINT REPLACEMENT SURGERY

by: Kerri Sue Stange, MPT at The Orthopedic Institute at Southwest Health When you’re to the point where joint pain because unmanageable, joint replacement can help you get rid of that pain and get you back to your passions in life! Though recovery will take several weeks, if you plan ahead for the challenges it …read more.

Knee Replacement Q & A with Joshua Lindsey, MD

Breaking down the truth about custom knee replacements. Dr. Lindsey answers your questions and talks about the difference between the ConforMIS Knee and traditional Knee Replacements. Harvard trained orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Joshua Lindsey explains the difference between traditional knee replacements and custom knees. He answers the most asked questions about knee replacement surgery like: “How …read more.

Back in the Saddle

It wasn’t so long ago that Kevin Kase reluctantly accepted the fact his hip pain restricted some of his favorite activities, such as horseback riding and other physical endeavors. But when the pain grew so intense that he couldn’t sit for long, found it difficult to move without severe pain, and was persistently ornery and …read more.