Category: Dr Boyd Haynes III M.D.

What is Piriformis Syndrome?

Boyd W. Haynes III, MD As a busy Sports Medicine Physician, I often see patients for ailments which other physicians may not encounter very often.  That’s because athletes have a way of injuring muscles that many people have never heard of, because of the demands that they place on their body while playing or competing. … Read more »

Snapping Hip Syndrome or Coxa Saltans

Boyd W. Haynes III, MD Have you ever experienced a snapping sound and/or sensation when you walk? This commonly seen condition is called Snapping Hip Syndrome, and it involves an issue with movement either inside or outside of the hip joint. While initially harmless and painless (and maybe an often trotted-out party-trick, “Hey Jim, make… Read more »

Common Golf Injuries that Occur in the Spring

Boyd W. Haynes, III, MD Ah, springtime!  The weather is warmer, the sun is shining and everything is in bloom.  After being cooped up inside for the several months of cold winter weather we experience every year, Tidewater residents can be expected to head outdoors and start being active again. Unfortunately, as a Sports Medicine… Read more »

The Use of Antibiotics before and after Orthopaedic Surgery

Boyd W. Haynes III, MD There are hundreds of thousands of orthopaedic surgeries and millions of surgeries performed annually in the United States. Most of them result in full recovery with minimal complications.  While there are many factors that play a role in a successful surgery and recovery, an important consideration is preventing infection at… Read more »

October’s Lecture Features Dr. Boyd Haynes and the Newest Technologies for Joint Replacement

Computer-Navigated & Robotic Joint Replacement: Better Outcomes Using Advanced Technology Are you suffering from joint pain and considering surgery? Learn about your options at our upcoming lecture! Dr. Boyd Haynes will discuss advanced joint replacement technologies for knees and hips, using computers and robotic-assisted MAKOplasty™. Learn how direct anterior (Jiffy) hip replacement and knee replacements… Read more »

Coastal Virginia Magazine’s 2017 OSC “Top Docs” Announced!

We would like to congratulate four OSC physicians on being voted “2017 Top Docs” in a survey conducted by Coastal Virginia Magazine!  From left to right: Jenny L. F. Andrus, MD; Boyd W. Haynes III, MD; Raj N. Sureja, MD and Mark W. McFarland, DO This survey is conducted annually and is sent to physicians… Read more »

Top Five Most Common Sports Injuries

Boyd W. Haynes III, MD Weekend warriors are people who participate in an activity (usually a sport) only in their spare time. These folks often sustain injuries because of a lack of consistent and sustained conditioning. After a mostly sedentary work week, 36-hole golf weekends and end zone catches can bring on a sports injury,… Read more »

A Comprehensive Look at Tendinitis:  Part II – Symptoms and Diagnosis

Boyd W. Haynes III, MD Tendinitis is an inflamed tendon.  Tenosynovitis is a condition where the tendon sheath, but not the tendon, becomes inflamed.  The two conditions are not mutually exclusive, and may occur simultaneously. The main symptom of Tendinitis is pain in the affected tendon that increases when the tendon is flexed or contracted. … Read more »