Patient Education April 10, 2017

Protect Your Young Athletes Shoulder

As the weather warm up, youth athletes are focusing their attention on spring sports. Most spring sports involve some sort of throwing motion, which places the shoulder at particular risk. Any youth ...

Patient Education April 5, 2017

If it’s not Breast Cancer, What Else Could It Be?

The American Cancer Society estimates that nearly 252,710 women will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer in 2017. Fortunately, not every bump, lump, rash or pain we feel on our breasts turn out ...

Patient Education April 3, 2017

Common Foot and Ankle Injuries in Young Athletes

While injuries are unfortunately part of being an athlete, young athletes often encounter injuries that are unique and age-specific. The foot and ankle is a common source of these injuries.   The ...

Patient Education March 29, 2017

Spring Allergies Are Here

Spring is in the air, which means flowers are in bloom, birds are chirping and warmer weather is finally here. However, if you suffer from seasonal allergies, spring may take on a whole new meaning. ...

Patient Education March 27, 2017

Avoid Injuries at Work

By: Melissa Trader, OTR/L, CHT Ergonomics: the study of people’s efficiency in the workplace. If you’re like a lot of people, you often spend more time at work than home. That’s why it’s so ...

Patient Education March 22, 2017

March is Nutrition Month

March is nutrition month and a great time to take notice of what you and your family are eating. It’s no secret that healthy eating habits can go a long way in promoting overall good health. But, ...

Patient Education March 16, 2017

Not Your Ordinary Bakery

Baked owner Missy Boehrer-Walters loves bringing her customers happiness through the food that she makes them. The fact that she uses all organic ingredients and packs her treats with nutrients is an ...

Patient Education March 15, 2017

Fitness Goes High Tech

With recent advances in technology, you never have to track your workout with pen and paper again! High-tech devices such as Fitbits and Apple watches are becoming the popular new way of tracking ...

Patient Stories March 13, 2017

Slam Dunk Recovery

Easton High School Senior Shelby Stocker knew that she didn’t want to give up her final basketball season after tearing her ACL, so she depended on Orthopedic Surgeon Nick Slenker, MD and Physical ...