Category: Dr Boyd Haynes III M.D.

Bursitis: A Painful Cousin of Arthritis

By Boyd W. Haynes III, MD As an orthopaedic physician, I see people who come into my office and tell me that they have developed arthritis in their joints and that it hurts like the dickens! Then they point to their hip or their shoulder and show me where it hurts. I usually ask them… Read more »

Outpatient Knee Replacement – Boyd W. Haynes III, MD

In the summer of 2010, I worked with a patient to schedule her total knee replacement. The patient was a 52 year-old female who was highly-motivated to return to her normal activity level. In the course of our conversation about her surgery, she jokingly asked me if she really had to stay at the hospital… Read more »

Top 5 Characteristics for Selecting a Surgeon – Boyd W. Haynes III, MD

As a practicing Orthopaedic Physician, I am asked clinical questions regularly by my family, friends and even acquaintances that I meet socially. A question that I frequently hear is “How do I select the best physician/surgeon to take care of my fill in the blank problem?” I always try to tell them what I would… Read more »

ACL Reconstruction and Repair – by Boyd W. Haynes III, MD

Usually, when we hear of an athlete who has a torn Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL), we wince and may assume that his or her athletic career will never be the same. For many years, that loud “pop” and shattering pain of an ACL tear really was the cause of a career-ending injury. An ACL tear… Read more »

What Technologies Make a Real Difference in Hip Replacement Surgery? by Boyd W. Haynes III, MD

The first successful and reproducible hip replacement surgeries started in the 1960’s, and were used to treat severely painful hips caused by a number of diseases. These ground-breaking surgeries used fabricated metal implants to replace both the femoral bone and head and the acetabulum (socket) in the pelvis. Since that time, hip replacement has been… Read more »

Ilio-Tibial Band Pain and Inflammation of the Hip, Upper Leg and Knee

Ever heard of the Ilio-tibial Band?  No, it is not the hottest group of rockers out of the UK, introducing their latest video on MTV and appearing soon with Lady Gaga.  The IT Band is a large, fibrous sheath of connective tissue which attaches at the hip and runs the length of the femur to… Read more »

How is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treated?

OSC’s Dr Boyd Haynes Shares His Views on Treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Call (757) 596-1900 for a Private Consult or Physician Referral with Dr Boyd Haynes In my last post, I discussed how orthopaedic surgeons diagnose Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or CTS.  Dr. Boyd Haynes of the Orthopaedic & Spine Center has also given me… Read more »

Symptoms and Causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

A Recap of a Lecture by OSC’s Dr Boyd Haynes on Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Call (797) 596-1900 for a consultation with Dr Haynes at Orthopaedic & Spine Center I recently attended a lecture on Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) presented by Dr. Boyd Haynes of the Orthopaedic and Spine Center and thought it so interesting that… Read more »