Orthopedic Articles2018-08-15T15:26:38-05:00

Articles Category: Orthopedics

Two injury-prone areas bow hunters should scout for

By Dr. Ben Zellner, hand-to-shoulder specialist, and OSMS physician owner Dr. Ben Zellner is a board-certified, fellowship-trained orthopedic hand-to-shoulder specialist. He is seeing patients at our Green Bay and Marinette clinics. Request an appointment with him here. Fewer [...]

Why patients should choose an orthopedic foot & ankle specialist

Why patients should choose an orthopedic foot and ankle surgeon Explained by Dr. Gregory Kirwan and Dr. Karl Henrikson Dr. Greg Kirwan, DO is a board-certified orthopedic foot and ankle specialist and physician owner at OSMS. He is seeing patients [...]

Symptoms and Treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Symptoms and Treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome By Dr. Kevin Knox, OSMS Hand Surgeon Dr. Kevin Knox is a board-certified, plastics fellowship-trained hand surgeon. He is seeing patients at our Fox Valley clinic. Request an appointment with him here. [...]

What is a partial knee replacement?

What is a partial knee replacement? By Dr. Walker Flannery, OSMS physician owner and orthopedic surgeon Dr. Walker Flannery is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon and OSMS physician owner. He is seeing patients at our Green Bay and Marinette clinics. Request [...]

Osteoarthritis: Causes and Conservative Treatments

Osteoarthritis: Causes and Conservative Treatments By Dr. Joseph McCormick, Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Joseph McCormick is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon. He is seeing patients at our Appleton orthopedic office, located in Ascension NE Wisconsin – St. Elizabeth campus. Request an appointment [...]

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