Hip Surgery Recovery at home.

How to Prepare Your Home For Recovery After Hip Surgery

Preparing for surgery is likely one of the first thoughts a patient has when waiting for their hip replacement surgery, but before the operation date, you should also prepare for recovery at home. It’s essential to healing and recovery to take steps to prepare your home to aid in your recovery and ensure your health

different types of hip replacements.

Understanding The Different Types Of Hip Implants

Hip implants benefit an enormous amount of people, helping them to reclaim their mobility and prevent further deterioration of their hip joint, halting pain from medical problems affecting their hip. Though a hip implant is essential in hip replacement surgery, which type is best and why are there different kinds of a replacement hip? To

Physiotherapist checking the range of motion on a patient's arm post-surgery.

Physical Therapy After Shoulder Surgery: What To Expect

Physical therapy is an essential part of the shoulder’s recovery after surgery, helping to restore the range of motion and rebuild strength in the shoulder. While preparing for shoulder surgery, many patients wonder what to expect from the physical therapy aspect of their recovery to either ease concerns or to be fully prepared for the

A woman shopping in the produce section of a grocery store.

How to Prepare for Shoulder Surgery: Tips and Recommendations

Knowing shoulder surgery recovery tips can help alleviate any concerns or anxiety surrounding shoulder surgery, and many surgeons provide information to help navigate recovery. While your surgeon may give direction on surgery preparation, it’s still important to take steps to make recovery more comfortable and encourage healing. Read below and discover how to prepare for

Patella Tendonitis, Jumper's Knee.

Patella Tendonitis, Jumper’s Knee

Patellar tendinitis, or jumper’s knee, is a common sports injury that affects many types of athletes. Repeated movements can gradually weaken the patellar tendon in the knee and cause minor to severe pain or discomfort. We at Everett Bone & Joint are known for using innovative methods to treat our patient’s knee and tendon injuries.

ACL Injury | Tears | Sports Medicine.

ACL Injury

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries are very common in sports that involve sudden stops or changes in direction, landing, and jumping. The anterior cruciate ligament is in the knee and crosses the posterior cruciate ligament to form an X shape to control the front and back motion of the knee. Specifically, it runs diagonally in

A jogger holding his knee which looks inflamed in pain.

Collateral Ligament Injury

Knee injuries, whether a tear or sprain, is common in sports medicine. The collateral ligament is one of two ligaments found on either side of the knee and athletes who engage in direct contact sports are likely to injure either one in the course of playing. We at Everett Bone & Joint are known for

Sports Medicine Doctor exam

What Does a Sports Medicine Doctor Do?

Being a physical person or enjoying athletic sports means you’re likely familiar with sports medicine doctors, whether you’ve been to see one or told that you may need to. People have a lot of preconceived notions regarding sports medicine physicians, a popular one being that you likely only hear of them as working for professional

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