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Ski boot pain rings…are you listening?

Ski season is in full swing and a long day on the slopes can be exhausting – in a good way. But your après ski pain should be limited to a little post-workout soreness, and not pain from your ski boots. Sometimes described as a good, firm handshake, a proper ski boot fit should provide three things: 1.     Free toes2.  […]

Special Holiday Hours

Special Holiday Hours. Advanced Orthopedic will be closing early, at noon on Tuesday, Dec. 24, and will remain closed until Thursday, Dec. 26, when we will resume normal hours. We will also close early, at 3:00 on Tuesday, Dec. 31 and will be closed on New Year’s Day. No prescription orders or appointments will be […]

Glove Drive

We are fortunate to live and work in a wonderful community, and with the holiday season upon us, we have an opportunity to give thanks, and a responsibility to lend a helping hand. This year, we’re sharing the gift of warmth with those hands in need by collecting and donating new and used gloves and mittens […]

Looking at hip replacement from another angle.

A lot has changed in joint replacement in the past 10 years and I get a lot of questions about what makes a good candidate for hip replacement in particular. This week, I’m sharing answers to some of the most common questions about the latest in hip replacement including the anterior approach. When is it […]

Change up your exercise routine as the weather changes.

Change up your exercise routine as the weather changes. Being active means maintaining our fitness even when we can’t get outdoors, and changing temperatures give us a good excuse to switch up our exercise routine. Think of it as a chance to “cross train” and give your body a rest from some of your normal […]