Bone & Joint Center Blog

The Five Most Common Sports Injuries

Sports-related injuries do not only occur in athletes. In fact, the majority of these conditions result from “weekend warriors” who do too much too soon after a week of sedentary work. Whether a strain, sprain, or muscle tear, your these common injuries can be avoided if you know how to prevent them beforehand. While some […]

The Most Common Walking Pains (And How to Solve Them)

Walking is the safest and easiest type of exercise for all age groups, and can be done just about anywhere, any time of the year. While we all know this, we may not be aware of the risks of walking. Light pain in the feet or legs is often ignored, especially because walking isn’t thought […]

Athletes and Achilles Tendonitis

The Achilles tendon connects your calf muscles to your heel bone. It is the largest tendon in the body and is used during walking, running and jumping. Though it is incredibly resilient to great stress, this tendon is also prone to tendonitis, a condition associated with overuse and degeneration. Achilles tendonitis (sometimes referred to as […]

Adam Geller, PA on Knee Injuries

Many athletes experience knee injuries during their career. Some are simply “walk it off” type of injuries. However, others are obviously serious injuries from start. Somewhere in the middle are those knee injuries that seem to come or go and may be more like a “trick knee”. In this blog I will cover some of […]

Hip Pain: When to See a Doctor

About 15 percent of people over the age of 65 report having hip pain. These symptoms can include stiffness and soreness, leading to a lifestyle that is slowing down. Several of those affected by hip pain wait too long before seeking treatment. Knowing whether it’s something that’ll pass or that it needs diagnosis can be […]