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Tips for Getting the Most from Your Physical Therapy

When you’re in physical therapy, whether it be for post-operation rehab, a previous injury, or other pain-related issues, there are things you can do to ensure you get the most out of your therapy experience. We understand that physical therapy can sometimes be seen as a burden or annoyance when added to the tasks and […]

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3 Everyday Activities that Cause Back Pain

It is commonly known that lifting heavy objects improperly and placing excessive loads on your spine can lead to lower back pain issues, but did you know that there are a variety of everyday activities that can contribute to it as well? Here are some of the most common things that most people do that […]

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Common Causes of Foot and Ankle Pain

The foot and ankle are both complex structures that balance and support the weight of the body while providing mobility. Pain felt in the foot or ankle may only be a minor, temporary nuisance, but chronic or intense discomfort can be a sign of a more serious condition that will require treatment. Common symptoms of […]

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Foot and Ankle Doctors in St. Augustine

Our staff at Orthpaedic Associates of St. Augustine’s Foot & Ankle Center specializes in treating foot and ankle injuries in the St. Augustine, St. Johns, and surrounding areas. Our foot and ankle doctors include board certified and fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon Kurtis Hort, MD, board certified orthopaedic surgeon Sina Kasraeian, MD, and board certified podiatric […]

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Common Knee Replacement Surgery Myths

Knee replacement surgery involves replacing part or all of a knee joint that is worn out or diseased with an artificial joint called a prosthesis. Knee replacement procedures are incredibly beneficial for those experiencing unrelenting knee pain or who are living with disabilities. Though knee replacement has proven to be an effective treatment option, there […]

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The Benefits of Quality Orthopaedic Care

Athletes are expected to keep their bodies in top physical shape at all times in order to stay competitive, but even if you aren’t a hardcore athlete, you are vulnerable to injury and should make your orthopaedic health a priority. The most common sports-related injuries involve joints, muscles, and ligaments – even for those who […]

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Preventing Post-Injury Muscle Atrophy

Whether athletics and physical activity are a major part of your life or not, experiencing an injury is frustrating. More than just missing out on doing the everyday activities that you love, being sidelined by an injury can cause muscle loss due to a process called muscular atrophy. Atrophy is a product of the reduced […]

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FAQs about MRI Scans

Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or MRI, is a noninvasive procedure used to conduct diagnostics on patients by using magnetic fields and radio waves to create an accurate image of the human body. MRI scans allow our team of physicians to detect a wide range of medical abnormalities in their early stages, giving patients the best possible […]

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Should I Undergo Total Knee Replacement for Arthritis?

Knee arthroplasty, otherwise known as total knee replacement, is one of the most commonly performed joint replacement surgeries in the United States. Its primary function is to relieve pain associated with moderate to severe arthritis of the knee, and to help restore proper function of the knee joint. During a total knee replacement procedure, your […]

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Ankle Sprains: High vs. Low

The ankle is one of the most complex and heavily used joints in the entire body, as a result there are an estimated 25,000 ankle injuries each day in the US alone. Chances are that you or somebody you know has suffered an ankle sprain but not all sprains are alike. Depending on where the […]

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