Injury Recovery

Neck Surgery Recovery

Anytime neck surgery is performed, it’s important to give your body plenty of rest to recover properly. Once your orthopedic doctor approves physical activity, there are a variety of exercises and techniques you can perform to help keep your neck strong and to support your recovery process. Though neck surgery presents particular health benefits and…


Recovering From A Broken Fibula

If you sustain a broken fibula, it’s important to set appropriate expectations when it comes to the amount of effort and time it takes to completely heal. Unlike other types of injuries and conditions, a broken fibula usually requires six weeks to three months before patients are able to follow through with their normal routine.


Dislocated Shoulder Symptoms and Treatment

The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body and is responsible for the arm’s ability to rotate in a variety of directions. This functioning allows you to perform a wide variety of tasks that help you navigate through your daily environment. It also makes you vulnerable to injuries and tissue damage. Considering the…


Orthopedic Care For Bone Fractures In Children

Children are prone to injuries due to the types of activities they partake in and their carefree attitudes. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that over four million children throughout the United States are sent to an emergency room for bone fractures each year. Orthopedic care for bone fracture in…


Orthopedic Injuries That Are Common In January

Winter can be one of the best times of the year for individuals and families throughout Atlanta. Between the holidays and the opportunities that come¬†with a new year, there are plenty of reasons to be excited during this season. However, winter also presents particular hazards that have the potential to cause physical harm. From icy…


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