Posts Tagged: ky

Avoid Knee Replacement Surgery

If you have significant knee arthritis, you may be considering a knee replacement. Knee arthritis causes inflammation and pain in the knee that can become debilitating. Essentially, osteoarthritis is the break down of the cartilage in the knee joint. The knee normally has a smooth surface, but with arthritis the surface becomes jagged and rough…. Read more »

Diagnosing and Treating Ankle Injuries

If you have experienced a pop around your ankle, it can be pretty unsettling. Today we’re going to go over two common ankle injuries that can cause this- an Achille’s tendon tear and an ankle sprain. Read along to learn more about these two ankle injuries. Achilles Tendon Tear Achilles tendon tears are most likely… Read more »

What is a Hyaluronic Acid Injection?

Hyaluronic acid can be used to help relieve joint pain. Here are 10 facts you should know about this substance: 1. Hyaluronic acid occurs in your body. It’s a clear, viscous fluid that naturally occurs around joints. Your skin, eyes, and connective tissues all harbor hyaluronic acid too. 2. It deteriorates when you have arthritis… Read more »

PRP: Ten Facts You Should Know

PRP injections can help quicken the healing process for injuries. Here are 10 things you should know about this emerging treatment option: 1. Platelet-rich Plasma PRP, or Platelet-rich Plasma, is used in emerging regenerative medicine therapies. It leverages the body’s ability to heal itself. It can help enhance the healing process for soft tissue injuries,… Read more »

Avoid a New Year’s Resolution Fitness Injury

A new year’s resolution might be on your mind right now. Many of us find ourselves setting lofty health and fitness goals for the new year. Striving for better health and wellness is wonderful. However, you should be careful to avoid a few common pitfalls as you introduce new activities into your life. Here’s a… Read more »

Pronation: What Runners Need to Know

Many runners have probably heard the word pronation thrown around. But what exactly is pronation? Follow along to learn more about pronation and what you need to know as a runner! Pronation In a running context, pronation simply refers to the inward rolling motion of the foot as it strikes the ground during walking or… Read more »

Patient of the Month Kelsey Evans

Meet this month’s patient in the spotlight, Kelsey Evans! Having recently suffered a fractured radial head, Kelsey is a brand new patient of Dr. Grossfeld’s. “Even with limited activity, I feel a sense of “freedom” simply due to not needing a cast and because Dr. Grossfeld encouraged movement for faster healing. I’m hopeful that I’ll have… Read more »

Platelet Rich Plasma: A Treatment for Osteoarthritis and Inflammation

Platelet Rich Plasma Is Used to Treat Osteoarthritis and Inflammation Platelet Rich Plasma is used to treat osteoarthritis and inflammation . PRP is short for platelet rich plasma. Treatment of inflammation and osteoarthritis involves using PRP. This is a new area of orthopaedics called orthobiologics. This is an area of medicine where we use the body to… Read more »

Patient of the Month Sam Shaheen

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Meet this month’s patient in the spotlight, Sam Shaheen! Sam owns and operates Shaheen’s, a 4th generation department store located in The Springs Store on Breckenridge Lane in Louisville, KY. Established in 1922, Shaheen’s has continued to serve the Louisville community with their clothing needs by offering custom in-house embroidery and work apparel. Throughout the… Read more »