Category: Knee Pain

What is the “Gelling” Effect of the Knee?

Boyd W. Haynes III, MD In this article, I’m going to put on my chef’s hat and take you inside the kitchen for a brief cooking lesson.  No, I’m not giving up my day job as an Orthopaedic surgeon, but I want to use a culinary illustration to describe a process that occurs in the… Read more »

The Subvastus Approach to Knee Replacement

Boyd W. Haynes III, MD Orthopaedic surgeries evolve with the advancement of technology, surgical instrumentation, surgical technique, and pain management. The knee replacement is no different and has been through many iterations of approaches, implant types, differing implant material composition, etc., all with the goal of delivering the best patient outcome and the most highly… Read more »

My Physical Therapy FAQ

Paige Tretter, PT, DPT Can’t I just do the exercises that Physical Therapy gives me at home instead of going to the clinic? Of course, you can!  Let’s do a quick self-assessment.  Do you go to the gym, or work out in some way, at least three times a week? Have you been consistent with… Read more »

The Top Three Most Dangerous Sports for Female Athletes

Boyd W. Haynes III, MD As a Fellowship-trained Sports Medicine physician, I am often asked what sports have the most risk for injury by adult individuals who are interested in sports and parents of children who want to participate in sports programs at school.  The youth really don’t seem to care all that much, they… Read more »

Six Common Cycling Issues – How I Diagnose and Treat Them

Boyd W. Haynes III, MD Bicycling is a wonderful exercise for anyone who wants to stay fit, be outdoors and it can be as competitive or as laid back as you want it to be.  You can race with others in your age bracket in a ranked sporting event or you can take your cruiser… Read more »

Synovial Chondromatosis

Dr. Snyder

Robert J. Snyder, MD As a bone and joint specialist, I get to see patients everyday with a variety of interesting and unique conditions that keeps my job from ever getting boring.  Sometimes the cells or tissues of the body grow abnormally and cause problems – we often call this cancer.  However, other times this… Read more »