How Common are Herniated Discs?
Herniated discs are a very common condition that are also one of the most common reasons for back and leg pain. In this blog, the team at Specialty ...Read More
Can Scoliosis be Treated Without Surgery?
If you or your child has scoliosis, you might assume that surgery to correct it will be needed. This may not always be the case, however. In this ...Read More
Can PRP Therapy Help My Knee Arthritis?
Pain, lack of mobility, stiffness, and swelling are frequently associated with knee problems such as arthritis or injury. These symptoms can have a significant impact on your ability ...Read More
Am I A Good Candidate for Total Shoulder Replacement Surgery?
If your shoulder is seriously damaged, you may need total shoulder replacement surgery if other types of treatment haven’t provided enough relief. In this blog, the medical team ...Read More
Treatment Options for Cartilage Restoration in the Knee
Your knee bears a great deal of stress as you go about your daily activities. It can withstand a lot of pressure, but your knee’s cartilage can be ...Read More
What You Need to Know About Shoulder Arthritis
Shoulder arthritis often affects people over age 50, but it can also occur in younger people because of an injury. This painful condition often gets worse over time, ...Read More
Specialty Orthopaedics Launches New Website
Specialty Orthopaedics, a multi-specialty orthopaedic group based in Westchester County, is pleased to announce the launch of a brand new website. Our new website offers a number of ...Read More
PRP Still Needs More Research, But Still Promising
The New Yorker addresses the blood injections that might transform orthopedics. Interest in platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is growing in part because traditional treatments for joint problems, such as arthritis, torn ligaments...Read More
Nice Overview of Hip Arthritis
The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons provides a good overview of hip arthritis. Learn more by visiting the link here or contact our office for more information.Read More
Does Food Worsen Arthritis Pain?
Regardless of the type of arthritis you have, cutting back or eliminating foods that can aggravate inflammation may help alleviate the pain and swelling. Learn more.Read More