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Kyphoplasty Used to Treat Spinal Fractures from Osteoporosis.
Kyphoplasty Used to Treat Spinal Fractures from Osteoporosis.

Compression fractures of the spine are a problem for people with osteoporosis, Dr. Kevin Smith explains a new procedure called Kyphoplasty that helps people stand taller and delivers substantial relief.
Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
Carpel Tunnel Syndrome

Dr. Gerald Shealy, an orthopedic hand surgeon, discusses Carpel Tunnel Syndrome a common problem with successful treatment options.
Developments in Joint Replacements
Developments in Joint Replacements

Dr. Waddell Gilmore talks with House Calls TV about services provided at the Roper St. Francis Joint Replacement Center. The Center performs more joint replacements than any other hospital in South Carolina.
Meniscus Knee Injuries
Meniscus Knee Injuries

The meniscus acts as a shock absorber for the knee but is commonly injured. It is important to treat early to avoid complications.
Safe Play For Sports
Safe Play For Sports

In an effort to prevent serious sports injuries and ensure the safety of high school athletes, Charleston County School District (CCSD) and Roper St. Francis Healthcare (RSFH) have launched a collaborative effort called Safe Play for Sports. Crystal Reynolds, an athletic trainer with the program, discusses how the partnership helps the athletes.
Protecting the High School Athlete from Injury
Protecting the High School Athlete from Injury

Dr. Kenneth Caldwell, a Sports Medicine specialist and is board certified in Orthopaedic Surgery, explains how to prevent sporting injuries and the effect these injuries have on our bodies.
Working through the Pain to Stay Active
Working through the Pain to Stay Active

If you are experiencing chronic body pain talking to an interventional pain specialist may help you find pain relief.
Weekend Warrior: How to Avoid Injuries
Weekend Warrior: How to Avoid Injuries

Dr. Schoderbek discusses how to avoid injuries and ease pain when injured during exercise.
Chronic Pain Management
Chronic Pain Management

Chronic pain can effect many areas of your life. Learn about how to relieve your pain.
Temporal Mandibular Joint (TMJ) Disorders
Temporal Mandibular Joint (TMJ) Disorders

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon Craig Rhyne, Jr. discusses symptoms and treatments for Temporal Mandibular Joint Disorder simply known as TMJ.
Pain Relief for Joint Replacement: On-Q Pump
Pain Relief for Joint Replacement: On-Q Pump

House Calls TV discuss On-Q pain pump, an innovation way to treatment pain after joint replacement surgery.
Spinal Cord Stimulator for Chronic Pain
Spinal Cord Stimulator for Chronic Pain

A spinal cord stimulator may provide relief from chronic pain.
PRESTIGE: Artificial Cervical Disc
PRESTIGE: Artificial Cervical Disc

A new technology called PRESTIGE helps those with disc disease.
Bursitis
Bursitis

House Calls TV discusses the condition known as bursitis and treatment options.
Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
Carpel Tunnel Syndrome

Treatment options for those with Carpel Tunnel Syndrome.
Knee Replacement Surgery
Knee Replacement Surgery

Due to advances in medicine knee surgery is no longer as painful and doesn't require as long of a recovery time.
Treating Shoulder Pain
Treating Shoulder Pain

New trends in treating shoulder pain.
Kyphoplasty
Kyphoplasty

A procedure used to correct compression fractures.
Sports After 40
Sports After 40

The weekend warrior. Risk of injuries after 40 increases.
LiteGait
LiteGait

LiteGait aids the rehab therapist by suspending the patient to make rehabilitation easier.
Interventional Pain Management
Interventional Pain Management

Treatment options for pain.
Artificial Cervical Disc Study
Artificial Cervical Disc Study

Cervical Disc are the padding between bones at the top of the spine. When they wear out they can cause serious pain.
Knee or Joint Replacement
Knee or Joint Replacement

People with knee pain should seek medical advice when rest and over-the-counter medicines will not help.
Treatment for Neck and Back Pain
Treatment for Neck and Back Pain

When Cervical Spine Disease doesn't respond to conservative treatments surgery is often required.
Repetitive Upper Extremity Traumas
Repetitive Upper Extremity Traumas

Dr. Ernst discusses upper extremity traumas that occur while doing repetitive activities
Trigger Finger
Trigger Finger

John MacIlwaine, MD, who is double board certified both hand surgery and orthopedic surgery, highlights the symptoms and treatment options of trigger finger.
Osteoporosis: Bone Density Exam
Osteoporosis: Bone Density Exam

A bone density is a simple test to determine the strength of your bones. This test is extremely important in diagnosing osteoporosis.
Osteoarthritis
Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is one of the most commonly diagnosed forms of arthritis, Dr. Carlysle Barfield describes the syptoms and treatments to alleviate pain.
Non-surgical Approaches to Treating Back Pain
Non-surgical Approaches to Treating Back Pain

Dr. Reilly Keffer discusses non-surgical options for treating back pain on Roper St. Francis Healthcare's House Calls TV.
Bunion Surgery
Bunion Surgery

The more servere the deformity the more likely surgery is needed to relieve pain. 85% of patients get pain relief from surgery.
Pronation - Flat Foot and Running
Pronation - Flat Foot and Running

Learn about source of pain in heels, arches, knees and lower back and how to treat.
Heel Pain
Heel Pain

Dr. Marino talks about what causes heel pain and how to treat it.
Bunions
Bunions

Bunions are swellings at the base of the big toe typically caused by the way a person walks.
Achilles Tendonitis
Achilles Tendonitis

The achilles tendon is strongest tendon in the body but usually takes the most beating.
Shock Wave Therapy for Heel Pain
Shock Wave Therapy for Heel Pain

Heel and foot pain caused by Plantar Faciitis can effect your mobility. Learn about treatment options for your pain.
Ankle Sprains
Ankle Sprains

Ligments in your ankle can be at risk of sprain.