Category: Community

Why Do I Have More Pain During Self-Quarantine at Home with my Family?

Emily A. Ludwig, PsyD Picture this…your entire family, sitting around the kitchen table, all warm and snuggly, drinking hot cocoa. Everyone is smiling and laughing as your kids take turns talking about how they love spending time at home with you. You’ve got chocolate chip cookies in the oven and a pot of homemade soup… Read more »

What is Sports Medicine?

Boyd W. Haynes III, MD As a fellowship-trained Sports Medicine physician, I see patients who have injuries related to playing sports or who have special musculoskeletal issues that may present obstacles to their participating in the sport of their choice.  I also work with athletes, both amateur and professional, to help them prevent sports-related injuries. … Read more »

Tips for Staying Physically Fit During the COVID-19 Crisis

Tom Toothaker, PT, DPT We’re living in challenging times when we’re being asked to stay at home and limit our contact with others.  Those of us who are used to going to the gym to maintain our physical fitness won’t able to do so for the foreseeable future.  But there is good news!  You can… Read more »

New Telehealth Appointments

Effective immediately, Orthopaedic & Spine Center is offering a Telehealth appointment option for established patients.  Appointments for New Patients, New Problems or appointments requiring injections or x-rays would need to be scheduled as a regular office visit. Patients interested in scheduling a Telehealth appointment should call our main number – 757-596-1900.  You must provide an… Read more »

Reducing Your Stress During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Emily A. Ludwig, PsyD We are living in very uncertain times right now…the news is bad and people around the world are sick with the Coronavirus. We’re now working from home. Our kids can’t go to school, they’re stuck at home with us, can’t see or play with their friends and are going stir-crazy. Businesses… Read more »

Pre-Natal Physical Therapy

Victoria Skay, LPTA So you’re having a baby!  Congratulations!  There is so much to do in nine months…pick a name, prepare the nursery, eat nutritious foods, pick out baby clothes, visit a Physical Therapist…what???  That’s right.  Making an appointment with a skilled Physical Therapist might be one of the most important preparations you can make… Read more »

What is “Rhabdo”?  Why does it occur and how is it Treated?

Boyd W. Haynes III, MD Is it me or does it seem that folks are working out more these days?  Many are participating in hard core workouts or extreme athletics.  Crossfit®, Rezist, Soul Cycle, Boot Camps, Training Gyms, or gyms that mimic Crossfit®, are popping up everywhere and have helped many thousands of people get… Read more »

Wes’ Wish Toy Drive at OSC

OSC is so proud to be an official drop off location for Wes’ Wish Toy Drive! Wes Pak was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma when he was 5 years old. Wes and his family started Wes’ Wish Toy Drive several years ago because he wanted to give his toys to his friends fighting cancer at CHKD alongside… Read more »