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Do I Need Surgery for My Meniscus Tear?

Meniscus tears are among the most common knee injuries. They can be caused by a single traumatic event or as a result of chronic degeneration. These injuries are…

How to Tell If You Have a Concussion

Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital’s athletic training staff provides support to many high school teams and at sporting events throughout Southeast Wisconsin. Part of their job is to educate…

Treating the Single Most Common Sports Injury

Nearly everyone will experience an ankle sprain sometime in their life. It is the single most common sports injury. Although most of these injuries heal quickly with no…

Non-Surgical Treatments of 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,…

Joint Preservation of the Hip

A specialty of orthopedics, hip preservation uses the least invasive techniques to decrease pain and disability without implanting joint replacements. There are many aspects of the anatomy of…

The Very Best of The Edge Orthopedic Blog

New to The Edge orthopedic blog? Here’s a roundup of our most popular articles, including orthopedic news, announcements, tips and resources. Meet Our Milwaukee Magazine Top Doctors for…

The Midwest Orthopedic Sports Medicine Show is Back on 105.7 FM The Fan

The Midwest Orthopedic Sports Medicine Radio Show has ended for the season. Thank you to all who tuned in over the past several months! The Midwest Orthopedic Sports…

Don’t Fall Short on Diagnosing a Concussion

Many times the word “concussion” gets tossed around when someone has fallen or been hit in the head at a sporting event. But how many of us actually…

Arthroscopic Superior Capsular Reconstruction

Does shoulder pain and loss of motion have you sidelined? Do you have a massive rotator cuff tear with severe pain and an inability to use your arm,…