The health info our readers found most helpful in 2018
This past year we’ve brought you a lot of information concerning your health. We’ve covered a range of topics from orthopedic, to neurosurgical, to rehabilitative care. As we enter a new year of writing fresh new content, we’re taking a look back at the top blogs our readers found to be most helpful and informative in 2018.
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The Center is pleased to announce these additions to our diverse team of highly-trained doctors. Each brings valuable skills and specific expertise to the team that will help keep pace with Central Oregon’s continued growth.read more
If you are trying to get diagnosed for a brain or spine condition or injury, it’s important to understand what type of specialist to see and when.read more
While there is a risk of traumatic injury for rock climbers, they are more likely to experience overuse injuries to the hand, wrist, shoulder, or elbow.read more
Walk-in injury assessment and treatment is now available in Redmond, and three locations in Bend: Neff Road, Old Mill District, and Shevlin Health and Wellness Center.read more
According to U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission, more than 627,000 Americans are treated in medical facilities for baseball-related injuries each year.read more
The anterior approach popularity has grown in the US over the past 10-15 years, learn about the risks and benefits of total hip replacement methods.read more
Casts are used to protect and immobilize bones and joints in order to support injured limbs while they heal. Here’s what to expect from your time spent in a cast.read more
After an accident such as an ankle sprain or knee injury, you can relieve pain, reduce swelling and counteract the body’s initial response to injury with the RICE Treatment.read more
Deciding which type of doctor to see can be a real “pain in the foot.” Here is some information about orthopedic foot and ankle specialists to help you decide if you are seeing the right doctor.read more