OrthoCarolina Hickory Welcomes New Physician
OrthoCarolina welcomes Dr. Robert Keller, fellowship-trained orthopedic sports medicine physician, to our Boone, Hickory & Lincolnton offices.
Scheduling Your Appointment Online with OrthoCarolina
Save time and book your care, your way. With online scheduling, your personalized orthopedic care is only a few clicks away.
Carpal Tunnel Pain & Numbness Keeping You Up at Night? Try This At-Home Option First.
Commonly caused by repetitive motion, carpal tunnel syndrome treatment can start with non-operative options.
What does it mean to be a fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon?
Additional fellowship training exposes doctors to particular specialties.
8 Reasons to Sign Up for a Ramblin’ Rose Triathlon
Ramblin’ Rose Triathlon training lays a foundation for success in any sport.
5 Top Fall Camping Spots in North Carolina
North Carolina is peppered with wilderness-enveloped campgrounds, from the Great Smokies to the Atlantic shores.
3 Amazing Weekend Backpacking Loops in the Smokies
With these three backpacking loops, you can sample the best of the Smokies in a weekend.
What I Learned From Fellowship Training
Fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons have chosen to subspecialize in a specific area of orthopedic care, spending extra time learning often complicated techniques and surgeries. Brian Krenzel MD, a hip and knee surgeon with OrthoCarolina Hickory and OrthoCarolina Boone, shares why becoming fellowship-trained was important to him.
OrthoCarolina Boone Now Offering Sub-Specialty Care
We now offer several areas of specialized care in Boone.
What You Need to Know About Osteoporosis
Most people with osteoporosis do not even know they have it which is why it is often called the “silent disease.” It may show up as a broken bone in the spine, hips, wrist or another bone in the body.
Cycling is a great sport, hands down. Even when you break one.
Up in the Appalachian Mountains, we love cycling. I ride with High Country Development, a group of cyclists all under the age of 25 who are full-time college students.
I'm New to Running. Where Do I Begin?
Whatever the reason, you've decided to take up running. Maybe you’d like to lose weight, or you’re working on strengthening your body to help with rehabilitation after an injury or a surgery...