Hammertoe 101 [Infographic]
Hammertoes is a very common condition. Learn all about it in this month’s featured infographic. Dr. David Larson, Fellowship Trained Foot & Ankle Surgeon at Integrated Orthopedics, specializes in all forms of foot and ankle injuries and surgeries, including hammertoe.
10 Tips to Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions
It’s about that time into January where New Year’s resolutions begin to get more challenging to stick to. Here are a few tips to keep motivated and on track!
The Most Common Running Injuries and How to Prevent Them
At the start of the New Year, many people decide to start a running program. We treat a lot of runners in our orthopedic and sports medicine practice and see a lot of the more common running injuries, with both new and long-time runners. Running is a fantastic cardio workout, but if you’ve never run…
Obesity’s Impact on Knee Health
For many, losing weight – especially those extra holiday pounds – is a New Year’s resolution. Here’s some information to consider on obesity’s impact on knee health from a recent study.
Knee Health on the Slopes
Hitting the slopes this holiday season? If so, take a quick look at these tips to keep your knees healthy and safe while out skiing.
Meniscus and ACL Tear Surgery Restores Quality of Life
Faron Kostyk – an investor originally from Alberta, Canada – came to see Brian Gruber, MD, MBA, board certified orthopedic surgeon, for knee pain that had been ongoing and progressively getting worse. He was unable to continue to participate in activities he enjoyed such as skiing and running. “I was referred to Dr. Gruber by…
November is National Diabetes Month
This month is National Diabetes Month. It’s important to inform your doctor about all of your medical conditions, especially prior to surgery. Diabetes is an especially important condition for your doctor to know about!
Tackle Football Before Age 12 Can Have Long-Term Health Effects
We work with so many of the local football teams and always want to see our athletes play and stay safe. This is an important study regarding the effects of playing tackle football prior to age 12.