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5 Tips for Preventing Knee Pain

If you’ve ever experienced knee pain, you’d probably like to do whatever you can to avoid it happening again. Here are five tips for preventing future knee pain injuries. Maintain a healthy weight As you’d expect, being overweight is not good for your knees.  Excess stress on your joints can also increase your risk of […]


The ABC’s of Taking Care of Inflamed Joints

We aren’t trying to brag, but when it comes to joints and inflammation, we are your number one source. Because the last thing we want is for you to feel achy, inflamed joints when you’re trying to do something as simple as walking up and down your stairs, we decided to come up with a […]


How to Sleep Better With Lower Back Pain

A lot of patients who experience lower back pain do so because either their core isn’t strong enough or because of hormones. For instance, many of our female patients get lower back pain flare-ups during their menstrual cycles or even pregnancy. If you are having a hard time falling asleep at night because your lower […]


How to Get Rid of Knee Pain

Whether you consider yourself to be physically active or not, suffering from knee pain can put a real damper on your everyday life. Rather than sucking it up and taking yet another ibuprofen, we have a few ways that you can get rid of your pain for good and start living life more comfortably. Get […]


Why You Should Let Us Do Your MRI

One of the services that we are pleased to offer our patients here at Bone and Joint Specialists is MRI imaging. If you have had nightmares of getting an MRI since who-knows-how-long, then this blog post is just for you. Here at our office, we specialize in a variety of things including MRI’s. So, why […]


3 Treatments for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Computers run about every part of our lives. If you spend most of your professional life at a computer typing, and you suffer from pain in your hands and fingers, then you may have a condition called carpal tunnel syndrome. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that is caused when too much pressure is placed […]


How to Get the Most Out of Your Physical Therapy

Whether you recently injured your knee, ankle, elbow, hand, or virtually any other part of your body, we may recommend physical therapy. Physical therapy is a more conservative treatment, but we like to use it because it helps give patients real results, and stronger muscles and joints. To make sure that you actually get good […]


3 Spring Break Activities That Are Easy On Your Joints

If you are heading somewhere warm and tropical for spring break then you probably can’t wait to get out of the cold Indiana weather. If, however, you have a joint injury or just had surgery, you may be wondering what—- other than laying by the pool— you can do while you’re on vacay. Luckily, here […]


3 Ways to Find Relief From Your Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is one of the most common hand conditions that we see patients for. As a condition of the hands that causes tingling, pain, numbness, and even some swelling, carpal tunnel syndrome can be little bit painful and irritating to deal with. When it comes to treating carpal tunnel, there are a variety […]


3 Exercises to Try in the New Year to Relieve Knee Pain

A new year means a new you, right? While it’s good to make New Year’s resolutions to lose extra weight, it’s more important to do it without injury. If you suffer from knee pain due to conditions like tendonitis or if you have recently had knee surgery, then you may be wondering how you’ll get […]


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