Tag: Orthopedics

What is Tendon Release Used to Treat?

Tendon release, also known as tenotomy, is a surgical procedure that involves cutting through or disconnecting a tendon to allow for a greater range of movement. The procedure is used to relieve tight or shortened muscles. In some cases, the tendon is re-routed to maintain muscle function. This procedure is usually… Read more »

Five Quick Exercise Tips for Knee Pain

You’ve probably heard the expression, “exercise is the best medicine.” Our team of physicians and physical therapists agree. Exercise can be beneficial for aches and pains, especially if you’re suffering from chronic knee problems or pain from arthritis. Michael Baer, a Rebound physical therapist with more than 17 years of experience,… Read more »

Orthopedic Update 2014 – Earn 3 CME Credits

We are excited to announce our partnership with PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center for an upcoming CME conference! The conference for primary care providers will be held on Saturday, Sept. 27, at Rose Quarter’s Moda Center, and healthcare professionals seeking physician credits are encouraged to attend. The event kicks off at… Read more »

Bunion Correction and Surgery

Our feet go through quite a bit. With more than a million steps taken each year, questionable shoe choices, sports, recreational activities and the usual wear and tear, it is not surprising that our team of foot and ankle specialists see a wide variety of pain and injury related issues.… Read more »

Electrodiagnostic Testing

Electrodiagnostic Testing – Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation At Rebound, we work with patients to find the treatment plan that best suits their condition and lifestyle. Often, surgery is not a necessary means of treatment. Physical medicine and rehabilitation offers non-surgical treatment for anything from muscle sprains and nerve conditions to… Read more »

Shoulder Instability Causes and Treatments

The shoulder is one of the most mobile joints in the human body, and because of its wide range of motion, it is susceptible to instability conditions and injuries. What is Shoulder Instability? Shoulder instability occurs when tissues in the shoulder are unable to keep the arm centered in the… Read more »

Trigger Finger Causes and Treatments

Do you find it difficult to straighten your fingers without them locking up and extending or popping forward in a rapid, jolting motion? This movement-limiting condition is most commonly referred to as trigger finger. Rebound’s dedicated team of fellowship-trained hand surgeons provides comprehensive care for this common condition as well… Read more »