Total Hip Replacements, risks
Total Hip Replacements, risks
It is estimated that shoulder pain is the 3rd most common musculoskeletal problem in the United States. Are you suffering from shoulder pain and looking for an innovative, proven, and minimally invasive approach to treatment?
“Dr. Mora has a fantastic understanding of my sport and what we go through, the demands on our body, and completely understands where we’re coming from… He understands that, as fighters and mixed martial artists.
Ketamine is a drug normally used in anesthesia to create a state of unconsciousness, dissociation or sedation. The effects depend on the dose. It has been used throughout the world since the 1960’s.
One of Our Excellent Pain Specialists
In case you haven’t seen yet on the front page, we released a new video of Dr. Carlson and one of his patients!
Ketamine is a drug normally used in anesthesia to create a state of unconsciousness, dissociation or sedation. Recently, it has been used to treat many chronic pain syndromes like CRPS, treatment-resistant fibromyalgia, post-herpetic neuralgia and severe
Believe it or not, a majority of children aged 1-5 have flatfeet. About 95% of the time we “grow out” of our flatfeet by the time we are adults.
By Andrew Germanovich DO and Robert Stowe MS Restore Orthopedics and Spine Center, Orange County
When the lower back (lumbar spine) loses its normal swayback curve (lordosis) this can result in FLATBACK DEFORMITY. The main symptoms of Flatback Deformity are difficulty standing up straight often associated with low back or leg pain.
Are you considering having hip replacement surgery? Do you worry about the surgical risks and recovery? This is a common concern.
One very common complaint I hear from patients with shoulder problems is “doc my shoulder pain wakes me up at night”. The pain can occur whether or not one lies on the painful shoulder, opposite side or on their back.
by Samuel Bederman MD, PhD Orange County Orthopedic Spine Surgeon
The sacroiliac (SI) joint is the largest spinal joint in the body. There is minimal mobility in this L-shaped joint and the mechanics of sacroiliac joint movement are quite complex.
New Standard of Care for Spine Vertebral Compression Fractures
Dr. Mora has been treating patients who participate in mixed martial arts for over 10 years. In this article he writes about the painful, stiff locking elbow.
by Steve A. Mora MD
Radiofrequency Neurotomy for Knee Pain: Did you undergo a total knee replacement but still have knee pain? Do you have knee pain despite already having traditional treatment options? There is a technique that can help alleviate that pain.
ARTHRITIS TREATMENT USING PLATELET RICH PLASMA AND OTHER INJECTIONS ARE WE CLOSE TO THE HOLY GRAIL?
by Michael Gillman MD Restore Orthopedics and Spine Center
by Steve A. Mora, MD Orange County Orthopedic Knee Specialist Restore Orthopedics and Spine Center
by Steve A. Mora, MD Orange County Orthopedic Surgeon
By Michael J. Gillman, M.D., M.S., M.B.A.
When I see patients with an ACL tear or Rotator Cuff Tear they will frequently ask me, “should I have surgery?”