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Get Better Joint Replacement Results by Following These Steps

Get Better Joint Replacement Results by Following These Steps

by Shearly (SU)
Joints can be damaged by arthritis and other diseases, injuries, or other causes. Arthritis or simply years of use can cause the joint to wear down until the protective cartilage is all gone. This can cause pain, stiffness, and swelling. Diseases and damage inside a joint can limit blood flow, causing problems in the bones, as we need our blood to be healthy and in order for new healthy tissue and bone to grow and repair itself.

The Advantages of Minimally Invasive Joint Replacement

The Advantages of Minimally Invasive Joint Replacement

by Bevon Findley (SU)
Have you ever been in so much pain and stiff, that you have trouble with your mobility? Well, that could be due to your joints. Joints can be damaged by arthritis, conditions, or injuries. Arthritis or simply years of use may cause a lot of wear and tear on your joints. Thus, causing pain, stiffness, and swelling. Bones are alive, and they need blood to be healthy, grow, and repair themselves. Diseases and damage inside a joint can limit blood flow, causing multiple problems, and if not treated properly, surgery may be required.

The Team Approach to Orthopedics: Benefits of Visiting a Large Practice

The Team Approach to Orthopedics: Benefits of Visiting a Large Practice

by Rismary Cabrera
Orthopedics is the field of medicine concerned with the study, research, and treatment of the musculoskeletal system, particularly the bones, joints, muscles, nerves, etc.). Orthopedics was first developed to treat children who had crippling or debilitating diseases. Anytime that that there is a suspected traumatic or repetitive motion injury to a bone, joint, tendon or nerve an orthopedic doctor is your best choice for treatment.

Joint Health: Avoiding Joint Replacement Surgery

Joint Health: Avoiding Joint Replacement Surgery

by Rismary Cabrera
Have you ever experienced so much pain and stiffness that you have trouble with your mobility? Well, that could be due to your joints wearing down. Joints can be damaged by arthritis, degenerative conditions, or injuries. Arthritis or simply years of use may cause a lot of wear and tear on your joints, leading to a lifetime of pain, stiffness, and swelling. Bones are alive, and they need blood to be healthy, grow, and repair themselves. Diseases and damage inside a joint can limit blood flow, causing multiple problems, and if not treated properly, surgery may be required.

Urgent Care vs Emergency Room

Urgent Care vs Emergency Room

by Stephanie Meadows
When you or a loved one are sick or injured, deciding where to get care is the last thing you want to be worrying about, as it can be a stressful experience. Understanding your options now will make decision time easier when you need immediate care. Your primary doctor is the best place to start when you're sick or hurt. They know your health history, including any underlying conditions you may have. When you visit your doctor for an illness or injury, they can make informed choices about your treatment and necessary tests. However, what if you get sick or injured when your doctor's office is closed, or you cannot schedule an appointment for several weeks?

About Us

For more than 40 years, Orthopaedic Associates of Central Maryland has provided the highest standard of orthopedic care for patients of all ages in Catonsville, Columbia and Eldersburg as well as nearby in the Annapolis, Washington, DC and Montgomery County areas. As our board-certified, fellowship-trained orthopedic doctors continue the traditions of our founding physicians, Dr. John Tansey and Dr. Kenneth Spence, we employ sophisticated advances and specialties in the field of orthopedic medicine, such as arthroscopic surgery, minimally invasive procedures, joint replacement, sports medicine, onsite diagnostic imagery, outpatient surgery, and physical therapy rehabilitation for the full spectrum of joint, bone, muscle, back, and related pain conditions and injuries.