OSMS Blog2018-10-24T12:16:18+00:00

NEWS & INFORMATION

An Overview of Physical and Occupational Therapy

You’ve just had surgery at OSMS and the doctor says “Everything went great! We’ll set you up for some occupational therapy.” You think, okay. Great. But after my last surgery I needed physical therapy. What’s the difference? What is Occupational [...]

The Pros and Cons of Youth Sports Specialization

By Dr. Jason Klein, orthopedic surgeon It’s a common theme in youth sports these days: a child shows interest in a sport, plays it, enjoys it, and winds up being pretty good at it. Parents and coaches see potential, so [...]

4 Exercises to Keep You Active With Arthritis

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7I144CfD1KM Knee pain, hip pain, really any joint pain can significantly impact your motivation to exercise. You may even think that exercise could make your arthritis worse. But staying active with arthritis is possible. The truth is, exercise is a [...]

Expansion of Green Bay Clinic and Surgery Center Begins

Our doctor-owned orthopedic, sports medicine, and rheumatology practice, held a groundbreaking ceremony at the clinic in Green Bay located at 2223 Lime Kiln Road to officially being the expansion of its clinic and the on-site Bellin Orthopedic Surgery Center. Key [...]

What Exactly is Rheumatic Disease?

By Dr. Paul Utrie, Rheumatologist Over seven million Americans. That’s how many people are affected by rheumatic diseases in the United States. Over seven million, including nearly 300,000 children!* According to the American College of Rheumatology (ACR), rheumatic diseases cause [...]

A History and Overview of Tommy John Surgery

By Dr. Ben Zellner, Orthopedic Hand-to-Shoulder Specialist It’s no easy task for a major league baseball pitcher to throw a fastball 90 miles an hour. And oftentimes throwing the fastball, or any other pitch, can take its toll. The repetitive [...]

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