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What Hurts?

Your body was made to move. But sometimes, for any number of reasons, certain movements are hindered by things that happen naturally, if not by sheer accident. When they do, we’re here to help keep you moving, the way nature intended.

Your Skeletal System serves many important functions. It provides the shape and form for our bodies. It also supports, protects, and allows body movement, as well as producing blood and storing minerals. There are 206 bones that form the framework to which the softer tissues and organs of the body are attached.

Bodily movement is carried out by the interaction of the muscular and skeletal systems. For this reason, they are often grouped together as the musculo-skeletal system. Muscles are connected to bones by tendons. Ligaments connect the bones to each other. Joints are where bones meet one another. Muscles that cause movement of a joint are connected to two different bones and contract to pull them together.

You may click on the link below to view the human skeletal system.

Hand

Arthritis

Broken bones

Carpal Tunnel

Mallet finger

Trigger finger

Hip

Fractures

Hip replacement

Osteonecrosis

Tendonitis and arthritis

Trochanteric bursitis

Knee

Arthritis

Baker cyst

Cartilage injuries/Meniscal tears

ACL

MCL

PCL

Chondromalacia patella (softening cartilage)

Pain

Osteoporosis

Physical Medicine

Cortisone injection

EMGs

Epidural steroid injections

Physical therapy

Shoulder

Arthroscopy

Dislocation/Separation

Frozen shoulder/bursitis

Rotator cuff tear

Shoulder instability

Spine

Know Your Back

Sports Medicine

Acute injuries

Arthroscopy

Meniscal tears

Rotator cuff tear

Runners knee

Foot and Ankle

Arthritis and bone spurs

Broken bones

Ligament or tendon tears

Sprains and strains

Turf toe

Fracture Care