Tag: Sports Medicine


Custom-Fit Knee Replacement Surgery in North Texas

Methodist McKinney Hospital Supports Cutting Edge Technologies Effecting Joint Replacement Candidates Are you suffering from knee pain? Has your doctor told you it’s time for surgery? Did you know that doctors (within the US) perform more than 600,000 knee replacement surgeries each year? Many people who are faced with pending knee replacement surgery are worried about not only the recovery process, but

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Methodist McKinney Hospital Awarded Gold Seal for Joint Replacement

MCKINNEY, Texas (February 22, 2019) Methodist McKinney Hospital announced that it has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Joint Replacement – Knee and Hip Certification. The Gold Seal of Approval® is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective patient care. “Methodist McKinney Hospital has thoroughly demonstrated a high level of

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Treating Running Injuries with Sports Medicine

Whether you’re a professional runner or you do it to get physical exercise, you may have experienced sports injuries in the past. Although running is good for your health, it applies stress on your lower body. If your muscles are weak, you may end up feeling extreme pain. Sports-related injuries negatively impact your performance and tend to affect your lifestyle.

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How Orthopedic Sports Medicine Can Change Your Life for the Better

Professional and amateur athletes tend to suffer from sports-related injuries quite often. An effective way to treat these injuries is to go for orthopedic sports medicine rehabilitation. While sports-related injuries may be a part and parcel of your career, if you don’t seek professional help within the right time frame, you can quite possibly put your career as an athlete

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Orthopedic Injuries – What You Need to Know

We’re back in the full swing of school and summer is quickly turning to fall. The changing of the leaves also ushers in Friday night lights, homecoming, pep rallies and school rivalries. Yet, with the new season of middle and high school sports comes the likelihood of injury.   Athletes are prone to a number of orthopedic ailments and injuries,

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