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  • MRI Scan Synopsis

    MRI Scan Synopsis

    In the world of modern medicine and general advancements in technology, the indication for advanced imaging is often present. Orthopedics is no different from any other specialty.

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  • How Knees Age

    How Knees Age

    As we age, so do our knees. For some of us, they crack and snap and pop and grind. They hurt and swell and give out. They are affected by the weather and how much we decide to do in a day. Sometimes, you may feel one

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  • Carpal And Cubital Conditions

    Carpal And Cubital Conditions

    Nerves can be the blessing and curse of the human body. They innervate muscles and allow us to feel and function, but if hindered, they can wreak havoc. Two of the most common nerve pathologies in orthopedics are carpal

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  • The Weekend Warrior

    The Weekend Warrior

    It seems as though the nice summer weather has finally found us here in Wisconsin! With the long-awaited warm weather comes the desire to maximize weekends for outdoor physical activity. It is at this time of the year that we start seeing the ‘weekend warriors’ of Wisconsin.

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  • Nursemaid's Elbow

    Nursemaid's Elbow

    For so many caretakers, summer turns into full-time chauffeuring of little ones here and there and everywhere, what with sports camps, church camps, library runs, pool time, and daycare not to mention trips to the zoo, the waterpark, and the really cool playground down the street.

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  • Trigger Fingers

    Trigger Fingers

    In the world of orthopedics, joint replacements, ACL tears, and fractures seem to get most of the attention while the myriad of lesser known pathologies wreak havoc on people’s ability to get through their normal daily activities without discomfort.

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  • Total Joints For Life

    Total Joints For Life

    The road leading up to a joint replacement is often a long and arduous battle of confirming diagnosis, exhausting conservative management of symptoms, obtaining pre-operative clearance

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  • A Day In The Or

    A Day In The Or

    These blogs have slowly walked us through the different corners of our building here at Orthopaedic Associates of Wisconsin with one important corner remaining for further exploration-The Orthopaedic Surgery Center

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  • The True Oaw Experience

    The True Oaw Experience

    Though the purpose of this blog is to educate, inform, and connect with our patients, I would like to take this unique opportunity to provide an insider look at what being a patient at OAW really means.

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  • Hip Versus Back

    Hip Versus Back

    Have you ever had an ache or pain and not been certain as to where it originates? You are not alone! We often see patients who are scheduled for a specific body part, but upon examination

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