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  • Snap, Crackle, And Pop

    Snap, Crackle, And Pop

    One of the most common complaints we hear in the world of orthopedics is regarding the symphony of noises our bones, muscles, and connective tissues make. Sometimes these noises happen without any associated pain.

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  • Hardware Used In Surgery

    Hardware Used In Surgery

    If you were a fly on the wall of an orthopedic office, you may hear acronyms tossed around like alphabet soup with no idea as to what any of it means. In the realm of fractures, one of the most common acronyms is an ORIF or an Open Reduction Internal Fixation procedure.

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  • Deck The Orthopedic Halls

    Deck The Orthopedic Halls

    Decorations are hung, deductibles are met, and the staff here at Orthopaedic Associates of Wisconsin is working tirelessly this time of the year to be available for all of your orthopedic needs!

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  • Shoulder Joint Replacement Spotlight

    Shoulder Joint Replacement Spotlight

    In the world of joint replacement surgery, the shoulder often flies under the radar. Hips and knees steal the spotlight, but the advancements made in the realm of shoulder replacement render it an excellent surgical intervention for shoulder pathologies.

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  • Durable Products For Your Recovery

    Durable Products For Your Recovery

    Throughout the last several months, these blog posts have wound their way through our lovely, state-of-the-art clinic here in Pewaukee, Wisconsin.

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  • Bone Bump Basics

    Bone Bump Basics

    Whether on the hands, feet, or anywhere in between, one of the most common concerns we see are masses and growths of the bones and soft tissue. These ‘lumps and bumps’ can include everything from benign cysts

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  • Guiding You Through The Healing Process

    Guiding You Through The Healing Process

    Today’s blog post is dedicated to the art of physical therapy (PT). Our ATI physical therapy department at our Pewaukee clinic is open from 7:00AM-7:00PM Monday through Thursday and 7:00AM-6:00PM on Fridays,

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  • Caring For Your Cast

    Caring For Your Cast

    Casting and splinting is common practice in the world of orthopaedic care, though not quite as common as twenty years ago. Nowadays, early mobilization while still protecting the site of injury is the typical treatment regimen.

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  • Overview On Osteoarthritis

    Overview On Osteoarthritis

    Arthritis is as legitimate of a diagnosis as any, but seems to come with such a negative connotation. Patients often scoff at the diagnosis and think that something else

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  • Your Skeleton Our Specialty

    Your Skeleton Our Specialty

    Knock knock. “Hello, I am here to take you for x-rays.” Has this ever been your experience at a doctor’s appointment? Have you ever been exasperated because you feel like you have had four sets

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