Why Is This Happening? 4 Signs That Your Vaginal Prolapse May Require Surgery

If you're a woman, you run the risk of developing vaginal prolapse. If you've gone through multiple pregnancies, your risk goes up considerably. Unfortunately, you might not realize that you've suffered from vaginal prolapse. You might just think that the symptoms you're experiencing are part of the aging process. To a certain extent, you're right. Some of the symptoms of vaginal prolapse are age-related. However, that doesn't mean that help isn't available for the problem. [Read More]

Treatments That Might Ease The Pain Of Your Fallen Arches

If you have pain along the inside of your feet, you might have fallen arches. It's possible to develop flat feet as an adult due to an injury of a tendon, the extra weight of obesity, or even as a result of aging. Flat feet aren't always a problem, and if they don't bother you, you don't necessarily need to treat the condition. However, if you like to take long walks, run, or play sports, flat feet can cause pain in your feet and ankles due to the stress on your tendons. [Read More]

3 Knee-Related Issues That Require You To See An Orthopedic Surgeon

In just about every activity that you partake in on a daily basis, your knees will be involved. As a result, they are subjected to a significant amount of stress on a daily basis – much more than many of your other joints. While aches and pains here and there are inevitable, how are you supposed to know when the pain is too much and serious enough to warrant a visit to an orthopedic surgeon? [Read More]

5 Tips For Recovering From Open Carpal Tunnel Release

Carpal tunnel syndrome is an unpleasant condition the affects the hand. The condition is caused when a major nerve that crosses over the carpal bones and into the wrist is compressed. A person with carpal tunnel syndrome may experience burning, tingling, or numbness in the hand. Severe carpal tunnel syndrome is typically treated with surgery at places like Town Center Orthopaedic Associates, P.C. If you're planning to have an open carpal tunnel release surgery, use the following tips for a smooth recovery. [Read More]