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Patient Spotlight: Running Marathons After Total Knee Replacement

Ever wonder if it is possible to run after a knee replacement? Below is an interview with Kip H. He is an extremely active man who has not slowed down one bit since having multiple joints replaced. In fact,...read more


Hip Pain

What is really causing my hip pain?

This is an age old question….. Is it my hip or my back that is causing my pain? It is something that we see all the time in clinic. The reality is, it can sometimes be fairly difficult to...read more


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What is PRP and How Can it Help Me?

What exactly is PRP? PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma. During this procedure a small sample of blood will be drawn from your arm. This sample is then placed into a centrifuge and spun for about 5-15 minutes (depending...read more


Hip Pain

Patient Spotlight: Tennis After Bilateral Hip Replacements with Dr. Peter Hanson

Below is an interview with Dane C. He is a patient of Dr. Peter Hanson and had his left hip replaced in April of 2019 and his right hip replaced most recently in July of this year. He was...read more


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Life After Joint Replacement

Expectations vs. Reality In our practice we talk a lot about initial recovery from joint replacement surgery. How much pain will I be in after surgery? How much physical therapy will I need? When can I drive after a...read more


Chronic Shoulder Pain

Spotlight on Dr. Benjamin DuBois and Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement

What is a Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement? A traditional shoulder replacement (known as an Anatomic Total Shoulder Arthroplasty) is typically performed on a patient who has end-stage osteoarthritis of the shoulder, or are what we call “bone-on-bone.” In this...read more