92016Nov

AOA Adds Two New Orthopedic Specialists to Phoenix Orthopedic Practice

The Valley’s leading orthopedic practice, OrthoArizona – Arizona Orthopaedic Associates, has expanded its market-leading practice with the addition of two fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons. Keith A. Jarbo, M.D. and Kenneth J. Schmidt, M.D. joined OrthoArizona – Arizona Orthopaedic Associates in September. OrthoArizona – Arizona Orthopaedic Associates is the state’s leader in anterior hip replacements with more…

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152016Jun
OrthoArizona Responds to Increased Summertime Injuries with Same-Day Appointments

OrthoArizona Responds to Increased Summertime Injuries with Same-Day Appointments

With emergency department visits at their peak with summertime injuries accounting for 27 percent of an average year’s total ER visits, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Phoenix-based orthopedic practice OrthoArizona – Arizona Orthopaedic Associates (AOA) offers same-day appointments to ensure timely, quality care for orthopedic emergencies. Injuries including fractures, both simple…

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52016Apr
Tips for Healthy Long Distance Running

Tips for Healthy Long Distance Running

Long distance running offers excellent health benefits like decreasing the risk of cardiovascular disease, supporting weight loss and improving bone density. However, the strain of running extended distances can lead to orthopedic injuries. To stay healthy, follow these essential tips for long distance running. Get Enough Rest Rest is essential. Runners can maintain bone and…

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192016Jan
Obese Americans at Higher Risk for Debilitating Joint Disease Says OrthoArizona – Arizona Orthopaedic Associates

Obese Americans at Higher Risk for Debilitating Joint Disease Says OrthoArizona – Arizona Orthopaedic Associates

With studies linking an increase in the development of osteoarthritis with obesity, surgeons at OrthoArizona – Arizona Orthopaedic Associates (AOA) say weight control is an essential component in maintaining mobility through middle and old age. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one in three obese Americans are expected to develop osteoarthritis…

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