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Summer and Social Networking
Sometimes in the winter it can feel like the days are too short to even bother going out in the evenings. And getting up early to do something fun in frigid temperatures? Forget it! When summer finally reaches its warm more »

Tips For Dealing With Arthritis During the Summer
For most people, summer means picnics on the beach, pool parties, and days spent enjoying the great outdoors. For those suffering from arthritis, summer can mean increased symptoms and the need for a higher level of vigilance and protection. New more »

Staying Safe with Summer Sports
How can you avoid injury and still get the most out of the summer? Summer sports are All-American favorites: baseball, tennis, swimming, softball, soccer, cycling, ultimate frisbee, surfing, rock climbing, kayaking, beach volleyball, archery, windsurfing, polo, golf, running, and more! more »

The Importance of Staying Active In Retirement
Retirement gets a reputation as the time for sitting back, relaxing, and reflecting on a life well lived. While it is the perfect time for all those activities, be careful not to drift into a sedentary lifestyle. When it comes more »

The Weekend Warrior – Prevent Injuries Before They Occur
Summer is the perfect time for outdoor adventures. Hiking, running, golfing, swimming and playing baseball are just some of the great activities to partake in while the weather is nice. Even if you are only participating in a one-day event, more »

Cartilage Injury and Regeneration
A common condition in the United States, joint pain can be a serious hindrance to athletic activity as well as everyday life. An estimated two million American experience joint pain associated with cartilage injuries each year. Cartilage injuries can be more »

How to Prevent Orthopedic Injuries
Quick quiz! What’s the most important system in the body in terms of physical well-being? If you said muscles, you aren’t too far off. In fact, it’s the entire orthopedic system, which consists of bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and more »

Spring Sports and Your Spine
Soccer, softball, walking, baseball, lacrosse, golf, tennis, running, skateboarding, rugby, and equestrian sports all swing back into life as soon as it gets warm in the spring, often before the leaves are even fully out on the trees. It can more »

Orthopedics and the Mature Adult: What to Know
An orthopedic specialist treats patients at any stage in their lives, and is particularly familiar with the common injuries and issues associated with active mature patients. What kind of injuries should mature adults be on the lookout for, and what more »

Hip Arthroscopy Surgical Video
Hip Scope

Dr. Greller performs hip arthroscopy on a patient with femoroacetabular impingement (FAI). Findings on visualization of the hip and resection (arthroplasty) of the cam lesion on the femoral neck.
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