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Rotator Cuff Repair Surgery Restores Veteran’s Shoulder

Jim in his office at NetVest, LLC, where he serves as a Vice President.  Read Jim Lesniewski’s story on his rotator cuff repair surgery with Gruber, MBA, MD, board certified orthopedic surgeon. Jim – originally from Milwaukee and living in Arizona with his wife for eight years – leads an active life. He works in the…

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Rotator Cuff Repaired with Superior Capsular Reconstruction

Lori pictured here in center with her two daughters and three of her grandchildren. Three years ago, Lori Turner, a California native who has lived in Arizona since 1994, badly injured her shoulder swinging a 13-gallon trash bag full of lemons into the trash. “Immediately I heard a rip and my arm started burning really…

Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Surgery for Retired Engineer

Mike Wold, originally from Minnesota and now an Arizona resident, is a Vietnam Navy veteran with an interesting career path. After a long career in aerospace engineering, he started his own company in 1997 in leadership, executive leadership coaching and organizational development. Not one to sit on his laurels in retirement, Mike has a robust…

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Debra Jones Recovers from Complex Rotator Cuff Surgery

  Debra Jones pictured here hard at work rehabbing her rotator cuff post-surgery in Integrated Orthopedics’ physical therapy clinic.  Debra Jones is a recent retiree who is originally from Ohio & California and now resides in Scottsdale. Both Debra and her husband Ted have been long-time patients of Dr. Brian Gruber, board certified orthopedic surgeon.…

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Myra Chait on Her Total Shoulder Replacement Surgery

Myra Chait is a busy business owner, wife, mom and grandmother. She is originally from Rochester, NY and has lived in Arizona for 45 years. In her spare time, Myra enjoys gardening, reading and playing with her grandchildren. She came to see Dr. Brian Gruber, board certified orthopedic surgeon when shoulder pain she was experiencing…

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March is Athletic Training Month

March is national athletic training month, a great time to explore the important role of Athletic Trainers in an orthopedic practice. Our team’s ATs work in our Physical Therapy clinic and help get our patients back up-and-running as quickly as possible. They are an integral part of our care team.

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Spit Molecules and Concussions

Some research studies are more interesting than others and this is one of the more unique ones that shows how spit molecules may be able to help diagnose concussions and predict their length in children.

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The Connection Between Our Bones and Weight Loss

A cool new study shows that the secret to weight loos may be all in our bones!    

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Celebrate Heart Health Month With Us!

February is Heart Health month – here are 5 ways to keep your heart in top shape.

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What is Sports Medicine? [Infographic]

In addition to general orthopedics and podiatry, including surgical specialties in knees, shoulders, feet and ankles, sports medicine is a large part of our practice at Integrated Orthopedics. We love working with athletes of all levels and ages. It’s very rewarding to help someone get back to the sport they love participating in. In this…

Is My Toe Broken?

Symptoms of a broken toe vary from person to person. Learn about the common signs of a broken toe.

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Male Triathletes at Higher Risk for Myocardial Fibrosis

An interesting new study show male triathletes are at higher risk for myocardial fibrosis and is linked to amount of exercise.

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