Orthopaedic Insights

It’s National Athletic Training Month! Meet our Athletic Trainer Victoria Stanislawski. Victoria received her undergraduate degree in Athletic Training/Health Education from Kean University and her master’s degree from the University of South...

It’s National Athletic Training month and a great time to shine the spotlight on our terrific athletic trainers. Today, you’ll meet Matt Vinnal. Matt earned his undergraduate degree in Athletic Training from...

First published in Summit Daily Q: I am a runner and I think I have IT band tendonitis. What can I do for it? Iliotibial band (IT) syndrome is a common...

Does caffeine increase athletic performance? Caffeine is a stimulant, after all. And yes, according to a recent study by The American College of Sports Medicine, moderate doses of caffeine do in fact...

Fit and function of your knee brace is important. Learn how to properly install and operate your brace after surgery. Watch the video

There are certain injuries that differ between male and female.  In my office, I tend to see more women with shoulder instability or shoulder subluxations. For example, a young female athlete such as...

Tibial plateau fractures are common ski injuries. On a given winter weekend of taking orthopedic emergency room call, I will see several of these on average. Patients usually describe a sudden...

Many of my athlete patients are asking me about PRP injections and whether they work. Platelet rich plasma (PRP) has been used to treat dermatologic and maxillofacial conditions since the 1950’s,...