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Pickleball is for everyone, but watch the injuries

The most common hip injuries from pickleball are muscle strains of the gluteal, hip flexor or hamstring muscles, according to Dr. Jack Steele, an orthopedic surgeon at Towson Orthopaedic Associates. Labral tears and exacerbation of underlying hip arthritis can also occur.

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Robotic-Assisted Knee Replacement

Knee arthritis can cause significant pain and disability which negatively impacts a person’s quality of life. If non-surgical treatment does not alleviate these symptoms, a knee replacement may be indicated.

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Most Common Pickleball Injuries (And How to Prevent Them)

Pickleball’s popularity had taken off since the pandemic with many participants surprised to learn the sport has been around for nearly 60 years. What is also surprising is the number of people getting hurt while playing.

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World-Class Care, Pioneering Robotic Knee Surgery

The joint replacement experts at Towson Orthopaedic Associates and UM St. Joseph work with each patient to provide an individualized care plan. Although we explore conservative, non-surgical solutions first, if non-invasive treatment plans are ineffective joint replacement solutions may be explored—including robotic surgery for knee replacement.

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Optimizing Your Outcome From Total Joint Replacement

Deciding when to have a joint replacement is an important decision, but one that can lead to improved quality of life for many years. Our goal for your total joint replacement is for you to return to your desired activities of daily living including walking, climbing stairs, driving, traveling, yard work and low impact sports.

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