Despite their names, you don’t need to play tennis or golf to suffer from tennis elbow or golfer’s elbow. Moreover, while both conditions cause sore elbows, some key differences exist. Here’s how to tell these two common problems apart.
Morning sickness and low back pain aren’t the only bothersome pregnancy symptoms. Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) has become more common, too. Here’s how pregnancy and CTS are linked and what to do to find relief.
REGENETEN® is a state-of-the-art implant that supports the natural healing of rotator cuff injuries, helping patients avoid further tissue damage and invasive surgery. Here's how it works and how it could help you.
Knee arthroscopy uses minimally invasive techniques to repair knee injuries without more invasive open surgery. If you have chronic knee pain or another knee problem, here’s how arthroscopy might help.
Platelet-rich plasma promotes healing by tapping into your body’s regenerative processes, making it a popular choice for many musculoskeletal injuries. The question is, how soon will you see results? We have the answer.
Rotator cuff tendons may be a common cause of shoulder pain, but not all tears are the same. In most cases, your treatment will depend on which type of tear you have. Here’s how the two main types differ.
Robot-assisted surgery uses advanced technology and software to assist in complex and delicate surgical procedures. Here’s how these cutting-edge computers can improve precision — and why that matters.
Arthritis affects millions of people, causing joint pain, stiffness, and disability. Fortunately, today there are more treatments than ever for providing long-term relief from painful symptoms. Here’s how we can help relieve your shoulder arthritis.
Tendon damage is a common cause of chronic pain for athletes and non-athletes alike. Tenex® works by getting rid of binding scar tissue that causes a lot of tendon pain — and it does it without major, invasive surgery. Here’s how it works.
ACL injuries are common for athletes and non-athletes alike. While the news is full of athletes undergoing surgery for ACL issues, many anterior cruciate ligament problems can be treated nonsurgically. Here’s how.
Treating chronic pain from tendon injuries and inflammation used to mean taking lots of pain medicines — or having invasive surgery. Today, Tenex® offers another option — relieving pain with ultrasound energy. Here’s how it works.
Rotator cuff injuries are a common source of acute and chronic shoulder pain and stiffness. Knowing what causes these injuries might help you prevent these injuries in the future. Here’s how rotator cuff injuries happen.
It’s easy to take your shoulders for granted — until they start to hurt. Rotator cuff injuries are a common cause of shoulder pain. Knowing what type of injury you have is the key to getting the proper care.
Shoulder pain and immobility can often be treated nonsurgically. But when joint damage is severe, replacement surgery is often the best option. Here’s what to expect if shoulder replacement surgery is in your future.
Many issues can cause elbow pain and stiffness, including injuries, scarring, and joint changes due to arthritis. Elbow arthroscopy can treat an array of elbow problems without more invasive surgery. Here’s how it works.
Having surgery can be a little nerve-racking, but knowing you have the right surgeon by your side can go a long way toward helping you feel calm and confident. Here’s how to make sure you select the best surgeon for your procedure.
Rotator cuff tears are a relatively common shoulder injury — and a common cause of shoulder pain and weakness. The good news: Our team offers a variety of treatment options to help you feel better fast.
If you have surgery in your future, it’s not unusual to be a little anxious — and Dr. Bennett understands that. This post and the videos on our website can dispel your anxiety by helping you understand just what to expect.
Chronic pain is a common medical problem in the United States, and it gets even more common as you get older. The good news: Dr. Bennett offers an array of treatment options for chronic pain. Here’s how he can help you.
Shoulder injuries aren’t uncommon, especially as you get older. But like other orthopedic issues, shoulder injuries tend to occur more often in people with specific risk factors. Find out what they are in this post.
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a major cause of wrist pain, especially among people who use their hands and wrists a lot. The good news is, there are a few simple things you can do to reduce your risks of CTS. Here are eight to get you started.
Platelet-rich plasma, or PRP, offers plenty of benefits for people with sports injuries, joint damage, and other musculoskeletal problems. Here’s the scoop on this innovative and effective treatment, including how it’s “made” and what it treats.
ACL tears are among the most common knee injuries, affecting athletes of all ages and all levels. Knowing how the ACL “works” and how it’s injured might prevent injuries so that you can avoid the sidelines.
You are what you eat — and so are your joints. If you have arthritis, choosing the right foods — and avoiding the wrong ones — might help relieve pain and stiffness while also preventing future joint damage. Read on to learn more.
You use your elbows a lot, which means even a minor injury can take a significant toll on your life. Fortunately, today there are lots of options for treating elbow injuries, including nonsurgical options. If you have elbow pain, read on.
Sports or an active lifestyle can create some wear and tear on your body. Improve your performance and learn how to prevent injury with sports medicine care. Learn more about how it can help you stay in your best shape so you can stay in the game.
If your elbow pain interferes with your activities and quality of life, you may have tennis elbow. Read on to discover how quickly we can help you resolve the pain with fast and effective Tenex Health TX™Ultrasound therapy.
If you’ve tried everything for your chronic knee pain to no avail, you may be a candidate for a partial knee replacement. Learn more about how robotics-assisted surgery cuts down on recovery times and may improve your overall results.
If you’ve tried everything for your chronic knee pain to no avail, you may be a candidate for a knee replacement. Learn more about how robotic-assisted surgery cuts down on recovery times and may improve your overall results.
If you’re pregnant and dropping things, feeling weakness in your hands, or experiencing tingling and numbness, you may have pregnancy induced carpal tunnel syndrome. Read on to learn more about the condition and what you can do about it.
Is a sports-related injury keeping you sidelined? You can get back in the game with appropriate treatment from a sports medicine specialist who can properly diagnose, treat, and support you through recovery.
If you work in an office setting, your odds of developing carpal tunnel syndrome are pretty high, especially if you spend a lot of time on a computer. Use this as a handy guide on how to avoid this painful condition.
Jumper’s knee is a common injury for basketball players and volleyball players and other athletes who jump a lot. Learn how PRP can help heal your jumper’s knee, reduce your pain, and get you back on the court or field quickly.
Constant shoulder pain could be a rotator cuff tear - a common condition that affects 2 million Americans a year. Waiting for a torn rotator cuff to heal can be a long process, but it just got faster with a revolutionary new bioinductive treatment.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a simple and effective treatment that accelerates your body’s natural healing powers and may be able to quickly get you back to doing the things you love. Here’s what to expect from your first treatment.
When you have no desire to undergo surgery, but you’re more than ready to be rid of chronic tendon pain, the Tenex Health TX™ procedure may be your best option. Learn how this minimally invasive technology eliminates the source of chronic pain.
Your shoulder joint is highly flexible, placing it at a higher risk of instability and injury. While many shoulder injuries can be rehabilitated with therapy, sometimes you need surgery. Learn about five of the most common shoulder surgeries.
When you develop chronic tendon pain, it affects all aspects of life, recreational and vocational. Conventional therapies are hit-and-miss, helping some but not others. Tenex Health TX™ offers a new and effective way to end chronic tendon pain.
Joint pain can make it hard to carry out even the simplest tasks, like getting in and out of the car or going up and down the stairs. Whether you’re living with joint pain or you want to do what you can to prevent it, these joint-saving workouts can help.
If you’ve chosen to end your shoulder problems with rotator cuff surgery, here are some great tips to help you navigate your recovery with ease. With a little planning and preparation, recovery from rotator cuff surgery might be easier than you think.
Without ever picking up a racquet, you may suffer tennis elbow, just like cooks and carpenters, painters and plumbers, and those who suffer without any known cause. If your tennis elbow requires surgical treatment, here are some tips to aid your recovery.
Carpal tunnel can cause tingling, numbness, weakness, or pain in the fingers, hand, or arm. Most of the time, you’ll notice symptoms in your thumb, index finger, and the ring finger. It’s important to get looked at as soon as possible.
There are different ACL graft options for you based on factors like your activity level and age. Knee Specialist Dr. J. Michael Bennett describes these graft options in this video, and he talks about the factors that might cause you to choose one ACL graft
This is the fifth in a series of videos describing common shoulder injuries that we see in our clinic. In this video, Dr. Bennett talks about shoulder instability and the injuries to the shoulder that can result.
Since Dr. Bennett is an Orthopedic Surgeon, you might think that the only treatments he offers require surgery. Dr. Bennett talks about this misconception in this video, and he describes what’s discussed in your treatment plan.