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An Insight on Shoulder Arthroscopy

Posted on in Surgery

Shoulder arthroscopy is an option for individuals who suffer from shoulder disorders such as labral tears and rotator cuff tears. This is a surgical procedure that is conducted to diagnose, visualize, and treat a number of issues within the shoulder joint and in the area surrounding the rotator cuff. Shoulder arthroscopy enables orthopedic surgeons in Jacksonville, FL to […]

Preventing Golf Injuries: 5 Tips to Consider

Posted on in Sports Medicine

Like most sports, golf is a fun activity that people like to indulge in. It may involve fewer activities, but the injuries are inevitable. Majority of people think that golf is a soft sport, but it has both negative and positive impacts on your body. Many golf injuries are a result of long hours swinging […]

Important Things You Should Know about Sciatica

Posted on in Pain

Millions of people experience back pain each year. In fact, studies show that around 80% of the American population will experience back pain at some point during their life. At Southeast Orthopedic Specialists we want to help you understand and treat your back pain. Living with back pain can negatively impact almost all aspects of […]

Signs You May Need a Joint Revision Surgery

Posted on in Joint Replacement

Total hip and knee replacement surgeries are probably more common than you think. In fact, patients with the need for joint replacement surgery are becoming younger. With more replacement surgeries being performed on younger patients, the need for possible joint revision surgery increases. Hip and knee replacements are generally good for 10-20 years, but with […]

Demystifying Myths about Physical Therapy

Posted on in Health & Fitness

A study conducted by the American Pain Association revealed that physical therapy is safer, less costly, and more effective than prescription drugs for treating chronic pain. Another study showed that when physical therapy is used as the initial treatment for a back injury, it takes less time and costs less to mend the injury to […]

Partial vs Total Knee Replacement: Learn the Difference

Posted on in Joint Replacement, Orthopedic Surgeons

The human body is an amazing machine. The musculoskeletal system gives your body form, stability, and mobility. This system, made up of bones, muscles, ligaments, joints, cartilage, and other connective tissues, is truly exceptional. Joints like your knees work endlessly each day for years. While your body can withstand a lot of wear, injury, arthritis, […]

Checklist to Follow before Hip Replacement Surgery

Posted on in Joint Replacement, Orthopedic Surgeons

As people get older or suffer injuries, hip replacement surgery can become inevitable. While it might sound scary, especially for someone who has never had surgery before, it’s a remarkably safe procedure. Patients often experience fantastic results and are immensely pleased with their increased mobility and comfort. But that doesn’t mean that you should ever […]

A Brief Introduction on Comprehensive Spinal Care

Posted on in Spine Care

It’s no wonder that we often use the term backbone to describe something that is of central importance. Your own backbone, or spine to be more precise, is central to the function of your body. The spine is made up of the spinal cord, cerebral spinal fluid, and the bones that protect them. These bones […]

Interesting Facts about Fractures

Posted on in Orthopedic Surgeons

Hopefully, you never have a painful fracture. Broken bones are no fun. They take a long time to heal, make it difficult to do daily activities, and the cast isn’t a walk in the park. It’s itchy and smelly. That doesn’t mean that there aren’t some interesting facts about fractures. Check out these 5 fun […]