Orthopedics | Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital

Shoulder Popping When Rotating? What’s Normal (And What’s Not)

Discover the causes, treatments, and prevention methods for both normal and potentially concerning pops and noises that come with shoulder rotation. Explore insights into preventing injuries and ensuring…

9 Best Options in Pain Management for Athletes

Are you an athlete in pain? These physical challenges can sideline you, whether you experience pain when you train or an acute injury during the game. To stay…

What Type Of Shoulder Labral Tear Do I Have?

Maybe you’ve been playing baseball for a while, and throwing has created pain in your shoulder. Or you fell hard on your outstretched arm, and now your shoulder…

6 Common Foot Problems Caused by Shoes

Do your feet hurt? Do you know the importance of good shoes? It’s been estimated that a person walks about 110,000 miles in their lifetime – a distance…

The Role of Concussion Physical Therapy in Recovery

It used to be thought the only way to treat a concussion was with rest, but the science and study of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) have come a…

Why Exercise for Knee Arthritis is Key

Arthritic knees hurt. No matter which type of arthritis affects your knees, you are likely experiencing significant pain, especially when climbing stairs and standing up from a seated…

Non-Surgical Treatments for Degenerative Joint Disease

Degenerative joint disease is the most common chronic condition of the joints and occurs most often in knees, hips, lower back and neck, small joints of the fingers,…

What To Do If You Suspect A Bicep Tendon Tear

You’ve decided to commit to getting healthy by getting back in the gym. It’s been a while since you weight-trained, but you aren’t concerned. The exercise feels good,…

Understanding Osteoarthritis of the Knee

If you have just been diagnosed with osteoarthritis of the knee or are experiencing knee pain and don’t know why, you probably want to know more about what…