Posts Tagged: kentucky

10 Symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common condition that causes numbness, tingling, weakness, and other discomforts in your hands and fingers. A pinched median nerve in your wrist causes these discomforts. The median nerve, along with other related tendons, travels from your forearm to your hand inside a small space called the carpal tunnel. This nerve… Read more »

Dr. Grossfeld Attends Bingham Fellows Program Class of 2016 Graduation

Dr. Grossfeld was privileged enough to be invited to the Bingham Fellows Program Class of 2016 graduation at Actor’s Theater in the Victor Jory Theatre. Dr. Grossfeld serves on the Board of both the Louisville Sports Commission and the YMCA at Norton Commons, and the CEO and President of both organizations were a part of the 2016 graduating… Read more »

Dr. Grossfeld Picked for Pumpkin Decorating Contest

Metro Specialty Surgery Center in Louisville, Kentucky is having a pumpkin decorating contest and guess who’s face they chose to decorate as a pumpkin? Dr. Grossfeld! The Details to Making Dr. Grossfeld The nurses decided that they wanted to decorate a pumpkin that looks like one of the doctors. They felt that Dr.Grossfeld’s wardrobe, jewelry… Read more »

USA Cycling Hosts Competition in Louisville, Dr. Grossfeld Serves as Event Doctor

The USA Cycling Amateur Road National Championship, presented by Papa Johns, took place in Louisville, Ky on June 30th through July 3rd. This national event featured a total of 850 riders, ages 9 to 23, from all across the country. All competitors must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents with a USA Cycling membership. This… Read more »

2016 USA Cycling Amateur Road Nationals Kicks Off with Social Event Hosted by Dr. Stacie Grossfeld

Dr. Grossfeld Hosts Social Event for Juniors Competing in 2016 USA Cycling Amateur Road Nationals in Louisville The 2016 USA Cycling Amateur Road Nationals is taking place in Louisville, Kentucky, June 30, 2016 through July 3, 2016. Kids from all over the United States are in Louisville to participate in this annual event. The 2016 USA Cycling Amateur Road Nationals… Read more »

Foot Bones Quiz

How Much Do You Know About The Bones In Your Feet? Take this quiz about foot bones and find out! Q 1. How many bones are in your foot? A. 26 Q 2. Can you name all the bones in the foot? A. Calcaneus, talus, navicular, cuneiforms, cuboid , metatarsals, proximal phalanx, middle phalanx and distal… Read more »

Kentucky State Fair 2014 Kicks Off

The 2014 Kentucky State Fair is happening in Louisville, Kentucky, from August 14 – August 24, 2014. Dr. Grossfeld’s son Adam entered two categories this year (painting and drawing).  Find out more about the Kentucky State Fair Daily Schedule including competitions, concerts, horse shows, contests, entertainment options, and more here.

Shoulder Pain – An Overview from Louisville Orthopedic

Shoulder Pain Common With Shoulder Injuries Your shoulder is comprised of three different bones – your humerus, clavicle, and scapula. Along with these bones, your shoulder also has a lot of ligaments, muscles, and tendons. Shoulder pain is a common symptom of a shoulder injury. Shoulder injuries are common and can happen as a result of an… Read more »

Fatalities and Football – Researchers Identify Reasons including Football Injuries

Fatalities Linked to Football – According to research led by Boden and colleagues (2013) and published in the American Journal of Sports  Medicine, football related injuries are rare but they do occur with around 12 per year or 1 in 100,000  participating players. Studying data from 1990 to 2010, these researchers reviewed the cases of… Read more »

Running Injuries, Running Injury Rates and Foot Strike – More from Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Specialists Louisville Kentucky

Harvard University researchers lead by Dr. Adam Daoud compared runners who forefoot strike compared to those who rear foot strike (or land more on their heels). Their sample included collegiate cross country runners. They found that seven out of 10 used a rear foot strike. Approximately three out of four suffered from some type of moderate… Read more »