Texas Orthopedics is the largest provider of comprehensive musculoskeletal services in Central Texas. We provide specialized expertise and broad experience in the areas of general orthopedics, sports medicine, joint replacement, spine, foot, ankle, hand, shoulder, elbow surgery and non-operative spine and neck care. Six locations in Northwest Austin, Central Austin, South Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park and Marble Falls to better serve you.
Monday, January 30, 2017
Monday, January 23, 2017
- Today's modern, removable boots, allow for both temporary isolation of the tendon while also permitting the necessary movement as prescribed for rehabilitation.
- Current surgical repair methods are constantly improving and boast less risk of infection than ever before, as well as less recovery time following the procedure.
- When coupled with proper rehabilitation, both a boot and surgery report low instances of re-injury.
- No significant loss of ankle range of motion, or calf strength were reported with either boot or surgical repair.
Monday, January 16, 2017
- X-rays showed improved bone density in the spine and femur.
- Even when bone density did not increase, improvements in posture and balance were noted.
- There were no reported or X-ray detected fractures of any kind in the participants over the ten years.
- Warrior II
- Twisted triangle
- Supine hand-to-foot I
- Supine hand-to-foot II
- Straight-legged twist
- Bent-knee twist
- Corpse pose
Monday, January 9, 2017
Monday, January 2, 2017
- Whole grain breads and cereals
- Sweet potatoes
- Running for Your Knees
- How to Not Get Hurt at the Gym
- Update on Achilles Tear Repair
- Dr. Logan on Arthritis
- 3 Exercises for High Heel Lovers
- 12 Minutes of Yoga for Your Bones
- New ACL Repair Technology
- 5 Tips for Managing RA at Work
- Carbs, Colds, and Working Out
- 5 Fitness and Wellness Trends for 2017
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