Shoulder Surgery And Recovering From Shoulder Pain

Some of the patients who need to fix their shoulders surgically will have issues with the muscles connected to the shoulder area. Other patients will have problems with the joint of the shoulder specifically. Both of these sets of problems will influence one another, however, making it particularly important for patients to get surgery if they need it. The people who have developed arthritis in their shoulders might need surgery immediately.

Complex Meniscus Tears And Surgical Procedures

If you have developed a complex meniscus tear in one of your knees, then you will likely need to go through an orthopedic procedure called a meniscotomy. Keep reading to understand what a complex tear is and how a surgical procedure can help. What Is A Complex Meniscus Tear? A complex meniscus tear is an injury that typically involves the inner portion of the meniscus. The meniscus as a whole keeps the knee healthy by absorbing shock and stopping the end of the femur and tibia from rubbing against one another.

Can You Return To Roller Derby After A Knee Injury?

If you've recently suffered damage to your ACL, meniscus, or other connective tissue within your knee as a result of roller derby, you may be dismayed at the thought of sitting out a season and antsy to return to your sport. However, many orthopedists will recommend against a return to contact derby, even after your knee heals, due to the risk of a further disabling injury. If you're not yet ready to retire, what are your options?

Three Exercises That Are Good For Stiff, Sore Shoulders

If your shoulders are often sore and stiff, doing some stretching exercises may ease your discomfort.  Here are three exercises to try the next time your shoulder is bothering you. Hanging Shoulder Stretches This exercise will help loosen the muscles not only in your arm, but also in your back where it ties into your shoulder. Find a table or desk that's about waist height. Brace one arm on the desk, grasping its edge with your hand.

The Link Between Crohn's Disease And Knee Replacement Surgery

If you have Crohn's disease, you've likely come to expect random intestinal flare-ups and the diarrhea, cramping, fevers, and fatigue that come along with them. What you may not expect, though, is chronic knee pain. Knee pain is a common symptom of Crohn's disease and knee replacement surgery is often required to decrease the pain in and restore function to the knees. The Risk Of Osteoporosis Osteoporosis occurs when a person's bones are weakened or lose density and become excessively porous.