SURGEONS COMPLETE FIRST PROSTHETIC HAND WITH INDIVIDUAL FINGER CONTROL

Surgeons Glenn Gaston, Bryan Loeffler successfully complete cutting-edge procedure on partial hand amputee

Acupuncture - OrthoCarolina Radio

A podcast with Dr. Alison Warren that delves into all the aspects and conditions treated by acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine. Also included are several health updates. This series is done in conjunction with Beasley Radio and K 104.7 FM.

Running - OrthoCarolina Radio

Host Chris Kroeger chats up all things running. Guest range from the casual runner to the expert, with some medical suggestions sprinkled in as well! Enjoy.
Meet Aaron Hall. He likes to Run.

Meet Aaron Hall. He likes to Run.

“Running allows my mind to relax before the stress of the day begins.”
Michael Waltrip takes over the OrthoCarolina Twitter account
Celebrating Research

Celebrating Research

Each May, Clinical Trials Day is observed to celebrate the day that James Lind started the first randomized clinical trial. This trial happened aboard a ship May 20, 1747.
A Shift in Transportation: OC Bikes to Work
Staying a Step Ahead: Marathon Training Schedule Tips

Staying a Step Ahead: Marathon Training Schedule Tips

Crossing the finish line of your first marathon is an exhilarating experience.
In the Pit Crew and on the Trail, Evan Kureczka Keeps Athletes Moving

In the Pit Crew and on the Trail, Evan Kureczka Keeps Athletes Moving

Hiking 24 miles over the rugged terrain of eastern North Carolina in a single day is no joke.
Cycling in Charlotte

Cycling in Charlotte

While Charlotte may be playing catch up in areas like cycling infrastructure, the Queen City isn’t lacking for cycling enthusiasts.
OrthoCarolina Radio

OrthoCarolina Radio

Introducing OrthoCarolina Radio...a collection of podcasts and audio covering topics ranging from running to acupuncture.
Meet Matt. OC Loves to Run

Meet Matt. OC Loves to Run

“I love to run because of the competition and the ability to push yourself.”
Epidemiological Study Tracks Upper Extremity Injury Trends  in NASCAR Drivers and Pit Crew

Epidemiological Study Tracks Upper Extremity Injury Trends in NASCAR Drivers and Pit Crew

Any sport will cause wear and tear on the bodies of athletes over time, but for a NASCAR pit crew, roles on the team can play a big role in the type of injuries they face.
Yoga to Improve Posture

Yoga to Improve Posture

Improper postural habits increase the stress and strain we put on our spine and key joints, increasing our risk of injury.
The 30-Second Stretching Rule

The 30-Second Stretching Rule

It’s common to see runners at the start of a race quickly touching their toes or stretching their quads

Epidemiological Study Tracks Upper Extremity Injury Trends in NASCAR Drivers and Pit Crew

Hand Surgeon Glenn Gaston; PA William Heisel perform investigation to examine musculoskeletal forces on bodies of motorsports athletes