If you don’t want to end up needing hand surgery, follow these helpful tips and tricks to keep your hands flexible, healthy, and pain-free. Read to learn more about hand health and hand surgery prevention.
Pain and dysfunction in your hip joints can limit your ability to stay active. With surgical hip replacement, you can reclaim your mobility. But, it takes some time to recover from hip replacement. Read to learn what to expect.
Knee pain results after a torn meniscus. In some cases, you may need surgical treatment to fully restore your knee joint and relieve your pain. Read on to learn more about your treatment options for a torn meniscus, including surgery.
Joint replacement surgery is a significant decision, but one that can also make a positive difference in your quality of life. Is it time to consider joint replacement? Here are some signs you might be ready.
Your hands and wrists contain delicate structures of tendon and bone. If these tendons become inflamed, you could experience carpal tunnel syndrome. Read to learn more about the symptoms and treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome.
A partial knee replacement surgery can increase your mobility and comfort for years to come. What should you expect in the days, weeks, and months as you recover after partial knee replacement? Read on for the information you need.
If you’re worried that you might need wrist surgery, you should know that you have every reason to feel optimistic about your treatment outcomes. Read on to learn more about the effectiveness of wrist surgery.
If you have arthritis in your hands, symptoms of pain and stiffness can impede your daily life. Could you benefit from hand surgery for arthritis? Read to find out more about arthritis treatment and hand surgery.
Rotator cuff tears or injuries can result in pain and dysfunction in your shoulder joint. Read to learn more about your options for treating a rotator cuff injury, including how to relieve your aching shoulder.
If you play baseball, you put your shoulder through a lot of stress, especially when you’re pitching. Read to learn more about the warning signs of common baseball-related shoulder problems and stress injuries.
Some jobs and hobbies put you at increased risk of developing carpal tunnel syndrome, a stress injury that can make it difficult to use your affected hand and wrist. Read on for helpful tips and tricks that can prevent carpal tunnel.
Stress or tears to your anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reduce your knee’s stability and range of motion. Even after recovery, your chance of re-injury rises. Read on to learn more about living life and staying active after an ACL injury.
With Mako® robotic-arm-assisted technology, your hip replacement surgery can provide the best possible outcomes. Read to learn more about how robotic surgery techniques can improve your hip replacement procedure.
If you’ve received a recommendation for a partial or total knee replacement, it’s time to understand the many ways that robotic assisted surgery can benefit you. Read on to find out more about total knee replacement with robotic surgery.
Have you received a recommendation for a total joint replacement surgery? Keep reading to learn what you need to know about what you can expect during a joint replacement procedure like a shoulder or hip replacement.
Repetitive use injuries, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, result from performing certain actions again and again. If your job involves the same hand and wrist movements each day, you’re at risk for developing carpal tunnel syndrome. These tips may help.
Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Derek Farr understands the importance of living a healthy, active lifestyle. That’s why he takes great pride in helping his patients get back on track to the life they want and deserve.