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Lights & decorations are a way for people to show their holiday spirit & bring some light into the long dark days of winter. As people decorate their homes, there are also more shoulder injuries. Idaho Matter talks to an orthopedic surgeon about how to avoid a trip to his office this holiday season.
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The feet and ankles are parts of the human body that are both complex and widely used. They can also experience their share of problems due to their heavy usage. However, those with foot and ankle disorders may have difficulty in deciding whether to seek treatment from a podiatrist or an orthopedist.
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You can experience an injury on the job, while playing sports or engaging in other strenuous activities. The issue could be a simple sprain or something worse. While a minor injury may heal in a few days, you should be on the lookout for signs that something more serious is happening. The following signs indicate that you should see an experienced orthopedic surgeon immediately.
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When:Tuesday October 27, 2015 6:00pmWhere:Valor Health Education Room 1024 Fernlee St.
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In recent years, due to changes and struggles within the American healthcare system, many physicians are joining large, hospital-owned medical groups. These corporate medical giants have hospitals, physicians of all varieties, surgeons, surgery rooms, therapists and more, to provide every aspect of healthcare to a large number of patients.
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What Orthopedic Issues Do Men Deal With? Arthritis and joint problems are common for both men and women. Millions of Americans have had knees or hips replaced.
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WIO Welcomes Bryce Wikfors, PA-C. Bryce is a graduate of Boise State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and a Minor in Psychology. Additionally, he attained his Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies from Idaho State University. Welcome Bryce!
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West Idaho Orthopedics announces that Dr. George Nicola is now certified to perform MAKOplasty. MAKOplasty is the latest and most technologically advanced knee resurfacing procedure available. MAKOplasty is a robotic arm assisted partial knee resurfacing procedure designed to relieve the pain caused by joint degeneration due to osteoarthritis (OA).
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