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Michael S. Schwartz, M.D. Orthopedic Surgeon | OrthoTexas - Plano
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Congratulations to our D Magazine Best Doctors of Collin County Winners. We have some D Winner Regulars and some new comers. (Right to Left) Alex Glogau, M.D. 5th win, Sarang Desai, D.O. 1st win, Rick Burg, M.D. 4th win, Michael Schwartz, M.D. 4th win, Michael Adams, M.D. 4th win, Victoria Knoll, M.D. (not pictured) 5th win. "As one of the largest and most successful Physician Owned in-network orthopedic and sports medicine groups in N. Texas, being recognized by our peers is an exceptional honor", say Keith Heier, M.D. OrthoTexas Board President and Partner. "We are dedicated to growth and providing patients a true choice in how and where they receive care". 

OrthoTexas is a Physician Owned Orthopedic and Sports Medicine group comprised of over 40 world-class physicians, physical and occupational therapist, serving 9 N. Texas locations. All major insurances are accepted. Schedule online at www.OrthoTexas.com.
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Your feet are some of the most complex body parts you have. Did you know that of the 206 bones in the human body that 52 are in your feet (26 in each)? They also contain 66 joints and over 100 soft tissues.
When your feet have a bad day, your knees, hips and even back may even be feeling the pain as well. Be sure to wear supportive shoes to put as little stress on them as possible.
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"It's no secret that our bodies change as we age. Some changes are
obvious, while others are more subtle. Many people age comfortably
and remain active, alert, and vibrant throughout their lives. Others
may experience the effects of osteoporosis and osteoarthritis, which can gradually diminish their abilities to participate fully in
activities."

Learn more about the effects of aging on the muscles, bones and joints:
http://www.orthoinfo.org/topic.cfm?topic=A00191

"Almost everyone will experience back pain at some point in their
lives. Back pain varies from one person to the next. It can range from
mild to severe, and can be short-lived or long-lasting."

Learn the causes and tips for preventing back pain at home and work:

http://www.orthoinfo.org/topic.cfm?topic=A00175

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"Bones. They give our bodies structure, allowing us to walk, ride a
 bike, and hold a child. They protect our organs and store our supply
 of calcium, a mineral necessary for building and maintaining strong
 bones."

 Learn Bone Health Basics:
 http://orthoinfo.aaos.org/topic.cfm?topic=A00578

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The Holidays mean lots of traveling.
 
"Carrying heavy luggage during holiday travel can be brutal on bones
 and joints, so whether traveling by plane, train or automobile, know
 your limits and practice safety first."
 
http://newsroom.aaos.org/patient-resources/preventinjuriesamerica/luggage-safety.htm

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"A fall from a chair or a bed may not seem like a death sentence — but for an older person it can be. Falls are the leading cause of death
 from an injury for older Americans."

 Learn how to protect yourself or your loved ones from dangerous falls:
http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2014/12/01/366347840/broken-hips-preventing-a-fall-can-save-your-life

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Have you ever heard someone say they could tell it was about to rain
 by their bone and joint pain? There may be more to it than you think!
 http://www.wired.com/2014/10/whats-people-feel-weather-bones/
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