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Treating si joint pain

May 12, 2022

What Is Sacroiliac Joint Pain and What Can You Do About It?

What is sacroiliac joint pain and what are its causes? How do you recognize the symptoms and why is it so important to seek medical help? Let’s find out!

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Spring Sports Injury Recovery & Prevention

May 10, 2022

Spring Sports Injury Recovery & Prevention

The career of a professional athlete is short compared to most professions. Here's Dr. Alex Shin of Orthopedic Institute of NJ's take on how one can extend it.

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Hand arthritis

May 4, 2022

All You Need to Know About Arthritis of the Hands

Arthritis of the hands is a painful inconvenience. If untreated it may grow into chronic pain and even result in a loss of function. Here’s what you need to know!

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Most common and worst baseball injuries

Apr 15, 2022

Common Baseball Injuries and Prevention

In the last couple of years (especially since 2020), there has been a massive increase in the number of baseball injuries, even on a professional level. This translates across all positions (catchers, pitchers, fielders, batters, and baserunners). Now, some say that the biggest reason is the length of the season, however, there’s something hazardous about the nature of the game, as well.

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Robotic Total Joint Replacement

Apr 12, 2022

Robotic Total Joint Replacement

Hip and knee arthritis can be a debilitating problem for our patients and can prevent them from leading a healthy and comfortable life. Hip and knee replacement surgeries have proven to be an effective method to rejuvenate the joint for this problem.

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Injury of Achilles Tendon Causing Pain

Mar 30, 2022

Achilles Tendon Pain: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

The achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the body, connecting the calf to the back of the heel. The health of this tendon is integral not only in sports, but also in everyday function as its main function is to lift the heel off the ground in order to push off during walking, running, and jumping.

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