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Why going under the scalpel for a hip replacement was one of the best decisions of Dr. Alan Beyer's life
Jun 19, 2017
Why going under the scalpel for a hip replacement was one of the best decisions of Dr. Alan Beyer's life Alan Beyer, MD, executive medical director of Irvine, Calif.-based Hoag Orthopedic made a life-changing decision in October 2012 when he decided to have a hip replacement. Dr. Beyer had nagging hip pain that was interfering with his daily life. The ...
A PATIENT’S VOICE, A DOCTOR’S PASSION
May 26, 2017
A PATIENT’S VOICE, A DOCTOR’S PASSION as he makes rounds in the hospital and in the orthopedic clinic. He thinks fast. Ask him a current sports question – about any team or individual sport – and he has a passionate opinion, complete with a well-thought rationale. Besides his ...
Peace of Mind on the Sidelines
May 23, 2017
Peace of Mind on the Sidelines Hoag Orthopedic Institute's interim CEO, Dr. Carlos Prietto, graced the cover of Sunday's OC Catholic, which is distributed to all Catholic institutions in OC and more widely to those who subscribe to the paper via OC Register. Dr. Prietto ...
What Happens to Your Body When You Skip the Gym?
May 17, 2017
What Happens to Your Body When You Skip the Gym? No matter how dedicated you are to fitness, sooner or later, it’s going to happen: You’re going to skip a workout… and another… and another. Maybe you can blame a vacation, a mile-high pile of paperwork at the office or just ...
Health Care Roundtable- An Informative Q&A with OC’s Top Health Care Professionals
Apr 11, 2017
Health Care Roundtable- An Informative Q&A with OC’s Top Health Care Professionals Health Care Roundtable- An Informative Q&A with OC’s Top Health Care Professionals Read More
Healthgrades names top hospitals for patient safety in 2017
Apr 7, 2017
Healthgrades names top hospitals for patient safety in 2017 Healthgrades this week named more than 400 hospitals to its 2017 Patient Safety Excellence Award class, highlighting those facilities and systems that perform above their peers when it comes to limiting deadly medical errors and other preventable ...
Just How Unhealthy is Running a Marathon?
Mar 29, 2017
Just How Unhealthy is Running a Marathon? Are you cut out for marathons? Maybe... but maybe not. And that's OK, says marathon runner and foot ankle specialist Dr. Andrew Gerken with Hoag Orthopedic Institute. Learn more about the impact of the craze in this piece by VICE's Tonic. ...
DR. ALAN BEYER, HOST OF THE DOCTOR IN THE DUGOUT RADIO SHOW, TO APPEAR REGULARLY ON LAGUNA WOODS’ CHANNEL 6 “THIS WEEK” PROGRAM TO DISCUSS SPORTS IN
Mar 23, 2017
DR. ALAN BEYER, HOST OF THE DOCTOR IN THE DUGOUT RADIO SHOW, TO APPEAR REGULARLY ON LAGUNA WOODS’ CHANNEL 6 “THIS WEEK” PROGRAM TO DISCUSS SPORTS IN Many residents of Laguna Woods are the perfect example of “healthy aging” – whether it’s participating in competitive sports, working out at the gym, or a simply going for a walk every day. Today’s older adults are much ...
Study Finds Cold Weather Can Increase Swelling, Pain In Joints
Feb 13, 2017
Study Finds Cold Weather Can Increase Swelling, Pain In Joints A study out of Tufts University found for every 10 point drop in temperature, there's an incremental increase in arthritis pain. Cold weather can often lead to pain and discomfort in the joints, but do you know why? Hoag Orthopedic Institute ...
How Often Do You Need to Work Out to See the Results You Want?
Jan 13, 2017
How Often Do You Need to Work Out to See the Results You Want? For most people, the biggest obstacle to hitting their get-fit goals isn't what exercises they include in their workouts – it's how consistent they are. U.S. News & World Report - Read more Yahoo! Health - Read more
Knee cartilage repair
Jan 13, 2017
Knee cartilage repair LOS ANGELES. (Ivanhoe Newswire) — Clinical trials for a new way to repair cartilage damage in the knee are in phase three, and showing promising results. Read More.
106 knee surgeons to know | 2017
Jan 12, 2017
106 knee surgeons to know | 2017 View the list here.
New fix for bad knees
Jan 11, 2017
New fix for bad knees Orthopedic surgeons are testing a new way to fix damaged knees. The standard treatment, micro fracture, involves making small holes in the bone, which will create a hybrid cartilage that may break down over time. With the new therapy, doctors use a ...
The Healthy WAAY with Erin Dacy: New surgery for knees
Jan 10, 2017
The Healthy WAAY with Erin Dacy: New surgery for knees The current standard treatment, micro fracture, for knees, involves making small holes in the bone, which creates a hybrid cartilage that may break... Read More.
The Healthy WAAY with Erin Dacy: New surgery for knees
Jan 10, 2017
The Healthy WAAY with Erin Dacy: New surgery for knees The current standard treatment, micro fracture, for knees, involves making small holes in the bone, which creates a hybrid cartilage that may break down over time. But in the Neocart trial, doctors are using a patient's own cartilage to make the ...
Healthy Living: Neocart Trial
Jan 9, 2017
Healthy Living: Neocart Trial Clinical trials for a new way to repair cartilage damage in the knee are in phase three, and showing promising results. Read More.
Using a patient's own cartilage to repair their knee
Jan 5, 2017
Using a patient's own cartilage to repair their knee Clinical trials for a new way to repair cartilage damage in the knee are in phase three, and showing promising results. The current standard treatment, micro fracture, involves making small holes in the bone, Read More.
10 Surprising Back Pain Causes
Jan 4, 2017
10 Surprising Back Pain Causes Back pain can develop any time you stay in one position for an extended period of time, whether it’s sitting in an office chair or a driver's seat, or standing in one place. Read More.
Health Cast: NeoCart Pothole Surgery
Jan 4, 2017
Health Cast: NeoCart Pothole Surgery Clinical trials for a new way to repair cartilage damage in the knee are in phase three, and showing promising results. The current standard treatment, micro fracture, Read More
49 hospitals with the lowest readmission rates
Dec 28, 2016
49 hospitals with the lowest readmission rates Even though recent studies have called into question if low readmission rates are a sign of a high-quality hospital, hospitals in the U.S. are still financially punished for high readmission rates as part of CMS' Hospital Readmission Reduction ...
4 Best Exercises You Can Do For Strong Bones - Dr. Emilia Ravski
Dec 28, 2016
4 Best Exercises You Can Do For Strong Bones - Dr. Emilia Ravski If you want to stay healthy as you get older, you already know that exercise is key. Read more.
The Best and Worst Shoes for Back Pain
Dec 21, 2016
The Best and Worst Shoes for Back Pain Few of us are strangers to lower back pain. In fact, as many as 80 percent of people have back pain at some point in their lives and half of all workers experience back pain symptoms each year, according to the American Chiropractic Association. Read ...
The 3 Injuries You're Most Likely to Get This Spring
Dec 5, 2016
The 3 Injuries You're Most Likely to Get This Spring After spending the long, cold winter months working out on treadmills and otherwise doing things other than your favorite activity—running outside—it's finally warm enough to take your workout outdoors. Take a look.
Are You Too Old for Your Favorite Sport?
Nov 30, 2016
Are You Too Old for Your Favorite Sport? Thinking you may be too old for your favorite sport? What are the signs that it's time to hang up the sneakers or get into a lower impact activity? What is a chronic injury? Hoag Orthopedic Institute's executive medical director Dr. Alan ...
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