Plantar Fibroma

by Boyd W. Haynes III, MD The human body, while amazing in structure and function, is prone to getting little lumps, cysts and other small, usually benign growths, especially as we age.  As an orthopaedist, I see patients every day who have these, which we treat conservatively and they eventually resolve.  One of these musculoskeletal… Read more »

Is Stem Cell Therapy Right for you?

Our Regenerative Medicine Team Offers Free Diagnostic Image/Report Review Have you been considering stem cell therapy, but are unsure if it is appropriate for your condition?  The Regenerative Medicine Team at OSC is now offering free diagnostic image/report reviews! Here’s how it works: Option 1 – Call 757-596-1900 and ask about Free Diagnostic Image review… Read more »

Osteogenesis Imperfecta

by Jeffrey R. Carlson, MD In my practice, I see people who present with a bone fracture that has occurred because of an injury or for no known reason.  Most often, these people have osteoporosis, which makes bones less dense and brittle, or they may have a tumor which has eroded the bone, making it… Read more »

March’s Community Lecture: Effective Treatments for Shoulder Pain

Join Dr. Martin Coleman as he discusses different shoulder conditions (arthritis, bursitis, rotator cuff tears, labrum tears, impingement and more), the causes, symptoms and treatments for each.  Learn how almost any shoulder problem can be addressed successfully, either with conservative treatment or with advanced surgical techniques.  Come to the lecture with your questions ready for… Read more »

Arthritis of the Hand

Robert J. Snyder, MD Arthritis can strike anywhere in the body that there is a joint.  However, one of the most challenging places for arthritis to settle is in the joints of the hand and fingers.  We use our hands constantly while we are awake and rely on them to do such varied activities as… Read more »

Dr. Jenny Andrus Speaks About Treatments for Peripheral Neuropathy – Tuesday, February 21st

Managing Pain from Peripheral Neuropathy: Treatment Options for a Better Life Peripheral Neuropathy can be caused by diabetes, viruses or an auto-immune disease and can cause pain, discomfort or disability.  Join Dr. Jenny Andrus as she discusses how to decrease pain, tingling and numbness in the limbs and improve function, often without the use of… Read more »