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  • A Day in the Life of Remi

    A Day in the Life of Remi

    The Yellow Lab During Quarentine 0603: Get up and stretch. 0605: Go and jump on the bed to see if my humans are hungry. 0607: Whine to make sure that my humans know that I am ready to be fed. 0607...and 30 seconds: lay down grunt and roll over on my back to see if...

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  • Wearing Masks: Recommendations and Tips

    Wearing Masks: Recommendations and Tips

    According to the CDC it is now “recommended that cloth face coverings [be] worn in public”. Now that we all wearing masks I thought it might be helpful to share some ways to make sure we are wearing ours properly! What kind of mask do I need?...

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  • Dumbbell Alternatives: Around the House

    Dumbbell Alternatives: Around the House

    Everything has been closed from restaurants to retail outlets to health clubs and gyms due to slowing the spread of COVID-19. When your normal routine of working out is interrupted, it can not only weaken the body, but it can weaken the mind. The good news is you can...

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  • MRI


    What You Need to Know About Having an MRI If you have been seen after a recent injury or for a chronic problem, you may have a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) test ordered to help discover the extent of your injury and to assist in determining the best course of...

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  • Shoulder Health Starts With the Scapula!

    Shoulder Health Starts With the Scapula!

    The shoulder is the most mobile ball and socket joint in the body- it is composed of the humerus (the ball) and the scapula (the socket). When you first begin to think about the source of your shoulder pain, the most common concern is for your rotator cuff. However, the scapula, also known as the shoulder blade, plays a major role in your shoulder movement and can be a significant source of shoulder related pain.

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  • Tennis Elbow

    Tennis Elbow

    Perhaps during the era of stay-at-home orders and social distancing, you have taken it upon yourself to start (ahem, finish) some projects around the house.

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  • Smoking Cessation Counseling and Joint Replacements

    Smoking Cessation Counseling and Joint Replacements

    You may not expect an orthopedic surgeon to provide you with smoking cessation counseling, but recent studies have shown that patients that use nicotine products have more complications with both surgical and non-surgical treatment options available to them. We have...

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  • Is TeleHealth the “New Normal”?

    Is TeleHealth the “New Normal”?

    With more and more of the world following social distancing protocols, virtual healthcare interactions, or TeleHealth visits, have become the new normal. According to the former Medical Director of the Robert Graham Center, Winston Liaw, MD, MPH, most...

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  • Exercise is Medicine

    Exercise is Medicine

    As we continue our practice of social distancing and sheltering-in-place, we also see signs of spring and warmer temperatures approaching. This provides a prime opportunity for getting out and finding reprieve in the fresh air. While it is unclear how long it will be...

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  • Covid-19 and Kansas City Bone & Joint Clinic

    Covid-19 and Kansas City Bone & Joint Clinic

    Waiting for a joint replacement in the midst of Covid-19? The current COVID-19 pandemic has caused many events or travel plans to be postponed or cancelled. Included in this are most elective surgeries, including joint replacements and arthroscopic...

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