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Conservative Treatments for Joint Pain

Rhiannon Anderson, PA Experiencing joint pain? Surgery is not your only option. There are many conservative (non-surgical) options that can provide significant relief from joint pain. At Orthopaedic Associates (OA), we work with our patients to help them get relief from joint pain in a way that minimizes disruption to daily life. Treat joint pain […]

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Weekend Warrior to Total Knee

Dr. Gary Moore  Sports Medicine, Total Joint Replacement, General Orthopaedics You inherit the durability of the articular cartilage – the smooth gliding surface that coats the end of all bones that form a joint.  We do not fully understand this lack of durability, but we see a family history of multiple family members that have […]

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New Medicare cards with new numbers

Coming in 2018.  Are you ready? For more information: https://www.cms.gov/Medicare/New-Medicare-Card/index.html

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Joint Replacement FAQs

Brooke Kline, PA-C, Orthopaedic Associates When someone is considering joint replacement, many questions come to mind about what to expect from the overall process—before surgery, during the hospital stay, and afterwards. Each year, Deaconess and Orthopaedic Associates www.oaevansville.com perform more than 1,200 joint replacement surgeries.  The majority of those are hip and knee replacements, but […]

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The Finish Line – River Run Ambassadors

Ruth – I Think I Might Be Runner Now, Maybe! The last few months have been challenging. At first I thought “What I thinking? Me run, 10 miles?” Then, I thought, “Oh new shoes!” Finally I thought “Oh, I might be able to do this!” Finding time to work in training runs and everything else, […]

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