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Did you know lower back pain affects nearly 80 percent of all Americans? Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic physical therapist Tiffany Wasson, DPT, explains the proper techniques to lift items without causing back pain.
Step inside the operating with Dr. Kenneth Krumins for a meniscus repair surgery. It's one of the most common knee injuries, but diagnosing it can be tricky. See how Dr. Krumins diagnoses, treats and helps patients rehab from this procedure.
No matter how great they may make your legs look, high heels are a prescription for problems. If you must wear high heels, orthopaedic surgeon Mary Lynn Brown, M.D., wants you to take a few precautions.
Did you know lower back pain is one of leading causes of physical limitations? The good news is there are some easy ways to kep it from happening to you.
Stretching is an important part of any workout or rehabilitation program. Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic physical therapist Tiffany Wasson, DPT, explains the different kinds of stretches you should be doing and the best times to do them.
Admit it -- you may be just a little bit past your athletic prime. Orthopaedic surgeon Mary Lynn Brown, M.D., offers tips for helping you to refocus your fitness identity.
Orthopaedic surgeon Mary Lynn Brown, M.D. has a special message for women. Did you know you're five times more likely to suffer an ACL injury to your knees than men?
Jewett is honored to serve as the team physicians for a host of professional, collegiate and high school teams. See how we've been taking care of highly trained athletes and weekend warriors like you for more than 75 years.
Congratulation to Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic's Dr. Joseph Billings and his team for earning one of the most prestigious awards in sports. Find out why teams across the Arena Football League signaled out Dr. Bilings and his team.
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