LISS vs. HIIT Training after Hip Arthroscopy: Our therapist Kevin McGuinness weighs in on recent WashPo article

2018-05-10T15:18:21+00:00

Less is often more. During recovery, patients are often told that exercise strategies like high intensity interval training (HIIT) will help them to recover faster. This, however, is not always the case. The promise behind HIIT is that it can produce increased endurance and fitness in a shorter period of

LISS vs. HIIT Training after Hip Arthroscopy: Our therapist Kevin McGuinness weighs in on recent WashPo article2018-05-10T15:18:21+00:00

The 5 Most Important Things to Know When Having Hip Arthroscopy

2016-11-28T23:16:35+00:00

Here are the five most important things to know when having hip arthroscopy.

1. PT is vital to recovery from a hip arthroscopy surgery

Rest is very important when recovering from a hip arthroscopy. Knowing what you can and cannot do is vital when going to PT while performing certain exercises. Use

The 5 Most Important Things to Know When Having Hip Arthroscopy2016-11-28T23:16:35+00:00

Use of 3-D fluoroscopy in the treatment of developmental dislocation of the hip

2016-11-28T23:16:35+00:00

Confirming reduction of a developmental dislocation of the hip (DDH) through a spica cast is an imaging challenge. Computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and ultrasound have been advocated.1-11 Each of these modalities has its benefits and drawbacks. Ultrasound allows the hip to be visualized in the operating room but is operator-dependent and requires cutting a

Use of 3-D fluoroscopy in the treatment of developmental dislocation of the hip2016-11-28T23:16:35+00:00

Arthroscopic fixation of bursal-sided rotator cuff tears

2015-12-08T17:09:11+00:00

Subacromial decompression and debridement of partial-thickness bursal-sided rotator cuff tears are often reported with a high rate of unsatisfactory outcomes. We describe an arthroscopic procedure to repair partial-thickness bursal-sided rotator cuff tears without converting to a full-thickness tear in patients with a normal articular-sided rotator cuff and an A0B2 or A0B3 pattern of tear

Arthroscopic fixation of bursal-sided rotator cuff tears2015-12-08T17:09:11+00:00