Osteoarthritis Of The Hip
Tyler Nicholson MD
Osteoarthritis of the hip is a degenerative condition of the joint which causes progressive loss of articular or joint lining cartilage. The disease process occurs over many years and is... Continue Reading
Elbow Arthritis
Alex Yevtukh, MD
Elbow arthritis can be caused by a number of conditions. It is most commonly caused by “wear and tear”, or osteoarthritis. This usually develops over a long time, up to... Continue Reading
Thyroid Eye Disease
Uchechi Wosu MD
Exophthalmos is an ocular condition in people with thyroid disease, most notably Grave’s disease. It occurs when the immune system attacks the tissue behind the eye.  This results in swelling... Continue Reading
Plantar Fasciitis
Angela Jones, MD
Plantar fasciitis is a painful musculoskeletal condition involving severe pain under the pad of the heel. Patients often complain the most about pain when they first get up in the... Continue Reading
Cardiovascular Disease
Randall Wolf, MD, FACS, FACC
Cardiovascular disease refers to a range of conditions that affect your heart. This could include, coronary artery disease, arrhythmias, congenital heart defects, or heart valve disease. Coronary Artery Disease is... Continue Reading
Pierre Robin/Micrognathia
Alex Sailon, MD
Pierre Robin sequence (also known as Pierre Robin syndrome) is a condition where babies are born witha small lower jaw and a tongue that falls into the back of the... Continue Reading
Bradycardia, Heart Block
Baran Kilical MD
The ancient Greeks called the heart beat or pulse the “sphygmos.” It was around 1580 when Geronimo Mercuriale put together the idea that passing out and low heart rates were... Continue Reading
Radial Head Fractures
Anthony Kamson DO
Radial head fractures are a one of the multiple injuries that can occur in the upper extremity. Of note, radial head fractures are the most common fracture seen in the... Continue Reading
Bulging Disc Herniation (Contained Disc Herniation)
AJ Rastogi, MD
The spine is composed of a series of bones called the vertebrae. Each of these bones is connected by a disc, made of a tough outer layer, called the annulus,... Continue Reading
Uchechi Wosu MD
Hemorrhoids are extremely common lesions within the anorectal area.  They are enlarged veins also known as variceal dilations that occur as a result of  persistently elevated pressure within the hemorrhoidal... Continue Reading
Herniated Vertebral Disc
Austin Fares, MD
A herniated disc, also known as a bulged, slipped, or prolapsed disc is when one of the cushion-like pads between the vertebrae moves out of position and presses on the... Continue Reading
Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)
Angela Jones, MD
Tennis Elbow is a musculoskeletal condition characterized by pain on the outside part of the elbow. The painful area is called the lateral epicondyle of the humerus, and is the... Continue Reading
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