It goes ‘crack’ and ‘pop’ in the night. Spooky noises that sound like bone-on-bone as you walk. These are the most frightening sounds of the season: not ghosts or ghouls, but those orthopedic injuries you haven’t dealt with yet. Here are some bone-chilling facts about some of the most common orthopedic injuries and how they can come back to haunt you if you don’t finally put them to rest. Quit hiding that skeleton in the closet and get a proper diagnosis!
Category: Hand & Wrist
Dr. John Craw Brings the Latest in Carpal Tunnel Surgery Techniques to OSCPosted on October 13, 2015
When it comes to the latest in carpal tunnel surgery, you’re in good hands with OSC.
Endoscopic carpal tunnel release surgery has been around for over 20 years, but there are still few surgeons trained to do the procedure. In fact, there are only a very small number of trained surgeons in the Inland Northwest that are able to perform the surgery at all.
This is one of the many reasons OSC is excited to have Dr.
RSI: An overlooked type of injuryPosted on December 4, 2014
A great mind once said, ‘we are what we repeatedly do’. It is our habits that define not only our character but also our physical health. Bad form in any repetitive motion will eventually lead to injury. When this happens, it’s called RSI, a Repetitive Stress Injury from overuse of tendons, muscles nerves and other soft body tissues. RSI can act as a gateway for a host of other problems including,