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Osteoporosis can affect up to 50% of adults over 50

Did you know that half of all women, and a quarter of all men, will eventually break a bone due to osteoporosis? This bone disease has the potential to affect half of all adults ages 50 and older –...read more


Sports Medicine

Life-long athletic background leads to orthopedic medical career

Cort Lawton, MD, always knew his career would involve sports in some way, shape, or form. “Sports consumed my life in my early years. I guess you could say I was a sports fanatic,” he shared. Growing up he...read more


General Orthopedics

Tips for Keeping Bones and Joints Safe

Your bones and joints are important components of the musculoskeletal system and keeping them healthy and safe can keep you strong and active. Your bones support your body and protect your organs while joints connect your bones and allow...read more


Sports

Stay Safe From Winter Sports Injuries

It’s all fun and games, until some gets hurt. After watching the 2022 Winter Olympics, many of us have the desire to get out and enjoy some winter sports activities – like that two-man luge. That looked like fun!...read more


Shoulder

Keep Your Bones and Joints Safe This Winter

Each season certainly has its unique injuries, but winter is accident-prone in its own way! During winter months, you might develop an injury from slipping on ice, strain a muscle while shoveling or blowing snow or break a bone...read more


News

Keep your hands/wrists safe this Thanksgiving

There’s nothing festive about holiday-related injuries, but that doesn’t stop them from happening. Each November and December, we see patients who injure their fingers, hands and wrists doing routine holiday activities. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that...read more