Sports, high-intensity training, hiking, and other types of exercise can be good for your health, but they can also cause traumas that have long-lasting repercussions. Working with a qualified physician
Lateral epicondylitis, commonly referred to as “tennis elbow”, is one of the most common overuse syndromes, and certainly the most common affecting the elbow. Despite being called tennis elbow, lateral
The development of osteoarthritis is multi-factorial. Activity and body mass certainly play a role but genetics are involved as well. This is an interesting article suggesting that estrogen levels (higher
To continue to serve our patients and community Orthopedic Physician Associates remains open at all locations. We are, however, temporarily limiting access to our clinics to patients and those that require assistance. We ask that spouses, partners, family, and friends either stay at home or wait in their vehicle. In addition to restricting access, we are following other COVID-19 pandemic protocols, including entry screening, facemask requirement, social distancing, and frequent facility sanitizing.