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2017 Top Doctor Award In-depth Focus on SRO’s Hand Center

Santa Rosa Orthopaedic’s was recently recognized under the category of Hand Surgery by Sonoma Magazine’s Top Doctors survey highlighting Dr. Mazur and Dr. Mintalucci for their expertise. Today we would like to expound on the work these fine physicians do at the SRO Hand Center.

About the Top Doctor Nomination

Sonoma Magazine’s Top Doctor survey is distributed annually to local doctors who are asked […]

New study identifies connection between foot pain and lower extremity joint pain

New study says look at hip and knee for complete diagnosis

New guidelines may be in order for evaluating and treating lower extremity pain. Investigators set out to determine if there was a relation between foot pain and lower extremity joint pain, and they found a significant association between foot pain […]

SRO’s Team of Physicians Garner ‘Top Doctor’ Recognition

Santa Rosa Orthopaedic’s team of surgeons has been chosen as among the best orthopaedic doctors by Sonoma Magazine’s Top Doctors survey for 2017.

Sonoma Magazine’s Top Doctor survey is distributed annually to local doctors who are asked which medical specialist they would most often recommend to someone they care about. More than 300 professionals emerged as top docs in 50 specialties of […]

Santa Rosa Orthopaedics reflects on new journal review supporting the latest physical therapy practices

A new literature reviewSRO’s team of PT and OT professionals support findings of a review by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons highlighting the success of a wide range of physical therapy options for patients recovering from injury or trauma. published in the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, points out […]

Online searches suggest that weather has little to do with joint pain

People's activity levels -- increasing as temperatures rise, to a point -- are likelier than the weather itself to cause pain that motivates online searches, researchers sayNew research indicates that weather conditions in 45 US cities are indeed associated with Google searches about joint pain. But it might not be the association you’d expect. The findings […]

New study highlights the importance of exercise in maintaining bone health

Santa Rosa Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Michael McDermott delves into new study indicating that brief bursts of weight bearing exercise can provide a lifetime of better bone health, helping to reduce the chances of fractures. 

Santa Rosa Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Christian Athanassious delves into new study indicating that brief bursts of weight bearing exercise can provide a lifetime of [...]
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Study set to identify risk factors for elbow injuries in baseball pitchers

Elbow injuries continue to be on the rise in baseball players, especially pitchers, yet little is known about the actual variables that influence these injuries.

While elbow varus torque is already linked to ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) injuries, the connection between certain pitching movements and elbow varus torque is unknown.

A study from Hospital for […]

For Hand Therapy Week SRO focuses on an exceptional group of physical therapists

Santa Rosa Orthopaedics’s team of certified hand therapists provide therapy to patients recovering from injury and surgery to the hand and upper extremities. This week their work is being celebrated as part of Hand Therapy Week.

Santa Rosa Orthoapedics recognizes Hand Therapy Week happening this year from June 5-11 – a week-long event set aside by the […]

New Study Reveals That Noisy Knee Joints May Indicate Problems Down the Road

Most us are familiar with the sound of occasional popping joints that rarely show cause for concern, but a new study from the Osteoarthritis Initiative shows that certain people who experience consistent joint popping, grating and grinding are more vulnerable to developing knee osteoarthritis. Knowing this in advance may give doctors the opportunity to treat patients before the problem becomes […]

Majority of shoulder replacement patients under 55 return to sports

A new study being presented today at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), found that 96.4 percent of recreational athletes, age 55 and younger, who underwent total shoulder replacement surgery returned to at least one sport, on average, within seven months of surgery.

Today, about 53,000 […]

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