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Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine
Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Clinic Serving Cincinnati, OH
Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Clinic Serving Cincinnati, OH
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What Is Arthroscopic Surgery?
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Arthroscopic translates as to look inside a joint. What separates arthroscopic surgery from traditional open surgery is that they are minimally invasive. Your surgeon uses an arthroscope to perform the surgery. Inside this thin tube (arthroscope), he'll place a camera and special tools to repair your joint. Arthroscopic surgery can be done to fix injuries including a torn meniscus or a labral tear.

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Signs of a Concussion: What Should You Look For?
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When it comes to concussions, there are two types of signs that you can see.
1. Signs that you witness in the individual (forgetfulness, behavior changes, or slowed speech)
2. Signs that the individual reports himself (pain, nausea, feeling odd)

#sportsmedicine #concussion #Cincinnati #Oxford #Sardinia
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How to Prepare for Surgery
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Planning for surgery? There are several things you can do to prepare your mind, body, and home.
• Quit smoking
• Have a family member or friend help you out during your first days at home
• Ask questions about your recovery; learn what to expect in terms of physical therapy exercises that you'll be required to do at home

#orthopedicsurgery #preop #Cincinnati #Oxford #Sardinia
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Rotator Cuff Injuries: FAQ
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Rotator cuff injuries can quickly dampen your sports performance. They can also limit your ability to perform daily tasks. That's because the rotator cuff plays important roles including:
• Helping you lift your arm
• Helping you rotate your arm
• Stabilizing the ball of the shoulder

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Skin Care Tips for a Healthier Look
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We know that taking care of your skin isn’t always easy. Here are some basic tips to keep your skin looking healthy, bright and ready to take on the Spring season: Always remember to wear sunscreen! Those Vitamin D rays will just keep getting stronger as the year continues, so make sure to lather up! Be gentle with your skin. Avoid strong smelling soaps or detergents that can irritate your skin and always make sure to moisturize! Eat a healthy balanced diet. Diets rich in fish oil and low in processed foods have proved, clearer younger looking skin. And don’t forget to stay hydrated!

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How to Prepare Your Skin for the New Season
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New season, new skincare routine! After months of alternating between weather changes, your skin is ready for a deep spring cleaning. From swapping out cleansers to applying sunscreen, give your skin the care it needs to thrive this season with these five skincare tips.

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Dr Suresh Nayak
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We're proud and excited to announce that our Wellington physician partner, Dr Nayak, has been named a 2019 "Health Care Heroes" Finalist!

Dr Nayak is the founder of OrthoVitals. His idea for OrthoVitals was to keep patients who were undergoing total joint replacement surgery safe and free from complications. His novel and highly advanced creations are certainly helping patients!

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What Are the Most Common Sports Injuries?
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Contact sports are known for their risk of sports injuries, but even non-contact sports pose a risk of injury. The most common sports injuries include concussions, fractures, tendon injuries, and sprains/strains. If you sustain an injury, it's important to cease playing. Continuing to use an injured body part can make the injury worse. Employ the PRICE protocol and see your sports medicine specialist as soon as possible.

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