Sprains and strains are . . . a pain. You’ve probably experienced the stabbing pain and limited mobility as a result of a pulled muscle or sprained ankle. Sprains and strains are the result of the ligament or muscle being overly stretched or torn due to physical activity such as sports, exercising or working. Luckily,Continue reading “Sprains, Strains and Pains, Oh My!”
Last month Dr. Grebing braved Red Sox territory to attend the American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society’s annual conference. Each year foot and ankle specialists from all over the globe convene to share and discuss the latest technology and procedures, as well exchange ideas. This year Boston served as the historic, yet lively backdrop forContinue reading “Wicked Good Conference: 2018 Annual AOFAS Meeting”
CAO patient, Cheri, took the time to talk with us about her total knee replacement performed by Dr. Bicalho. She discusses why she selected CAO, the process and life after a TKR. Why did you choose Dr. Bicalho and The Center for Advanced Orthopedics for your total knee replacement? I chose Dr. Bicalho/The CenterContinue reading “Life After a Total Knee Replacement (TKR): Q & A with Cheri, a CAO Patient”
Dr. Brett Grebing, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in the foot and ankle, discusses flat foot deformities and how to treat them.
The human skeleton, by adulthood, has 206 bones. That’s a lot of potential for something to break. Fortunately, our bones are surprisingly strong. However, as we age we begin to lose bone density, making the bones more susceptible to a break or fracture. A healthy diet and regular physical activity are essential for maintaining strongContinue reading “Fracture Care”