Syracuse Area Health – Strasburger Orthopaedics

Strasburger Orthopaedics

The Ultimate Knee Replacement Experience Comes to Southeast Nebraska

Syracuse Area Health – Strasburger Orthopaedics offers new robotics-assisted surgical option May 3, 2021 The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons estimates knee replacement surgeries are expected to increase a staggering 180% between now and 2030 in the United States1.  What’s especially troubling for many doctors is the number of patients who are unaware of robotics-assisted …

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Knee Replacement Surgery: What to Expect

If you and your orthopaedic surgeon have decided that the time has come for knee replacement surgery, you’re probably wondering what to expect. Here’s what you need to know about what happens before, during, and after your knee surgery. There may be some prep work to do first. Your doctor may recommend exercises including stretching …

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4 Ways to Get Your Kids Outside and Active This Spring

It’s been a long winter, on the heels of a long year of disruption and absence of routine! Kids are excited to be able to return to outdoor activities. As spring fever sets in, here’s how you can channel all that energy into positive pathways. It’s important for today’s youth to stay active, especially after …

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Hidden Danger of Working from Home: Text Neck/Tech Neck

Does every day seem to end with a literal pain in your neck? If you’re like many Americans, even before the global pandemic you were spending hours of every day fixated on a small screen. The instant access that modern technology and handheld devices give you to consuming news, entertainment, and social stimulation through your …

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Tenosynovitis: The Hand and Finger Version of Tendonitis

If you have difficulty moving your fingers, or a finger or thumb tends to lock up on you and stay frozen in place, you could have tenosynovitis. Closely related to tendonitis, this condition is common in athletes or anyone who does repetitive motion with their hands, like manual laborers or typists. What is the difference …

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How Regenerative Medicine is Transforming Orthopaedic Care

Orthopaedics focuses on the health of the shoulders, elbows, wists, hips, knees, ankles and feet. While orthopaedic surgeons are already well equipped to treat injuries through surgical intervention, a whole new world of regenerative care has opened up in orthopaedics with the introduction of revolutionary new treatments and methodologies. Regenerative medicine allows the body’s own …

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New Year, New You: The Path to Better Health and Mobility in 2021

New Year’s resolutions are notorious for falling by the wayside in weeks if not days. Resolutions built on the ideas of denial and exertion often fail, but you can gain better health and mobility in 2021 simply by starting to build new habits. Be Active Instead of joining a gym or starting gruelling exercise routine, …

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