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Helpful Ways to Avoid Winter Hip Injuries

Winter can be a particularly difficult time of year for those suffering from joint discomfort. The cold, dry air causes the joints to stiffen, making movement and exercise more uncomfortable. Another major factor in winter is that the body tends to require more water during colder months and becomes vulnerable to dehydration if it’s not …

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How to Cope With Joint Discomfort While Traveling

It’s the Holiday season, which means it’s also the busiest travel time of the year. Unfortunately for those suffering from chronic joint discomfort, visiting friends and loved ones or getting away for a bit also goes hand in hand with cramped airplane rides, long hours on their feet, and more walking than usual among other …

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The Top 5 Snow Sports Injuries and How To Help Prevent Them

Winter sports are a great way to enjoy the snow and get some exercise, but as with all athletic activities, they can also be potentially dangerous. Whether you’re snowboarding, skiing, or engaging in another winter sport, it’s important to take steps to prevent common injuries like sprains and strains. Here are the top 5 most …

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Syracuse Area Health Awarded for Being in the Top 1.47% of Critical Access Hospitals

Strasburger Orthopaedics is proud to be a part of the Syracuse Area Health network, which has recently been named in the country’s top 20 out of 1353 critical access hospitals (CAH) for patient satisfaction, putting them in the top 1.47%. The National Rural Health Association (NRHA), a nonprofit dedicated to improving the healthcare and livelihood …

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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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