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Playing a successful round of golf on the course, or even achieving your best score at Top Golf, requires a challenging level of biomechanics and coordination. Greg Loeser, ATC, and Dr. David Macknet provide tips on how to put your best foot forward in your next round.Read More
Mobility of the hips can open golfers up for a smoother swing. Read more from Chris Gabriel, physical therapist at OC Sports Training Center.Read More
It's no surprise that a number of OrthoCarolina providers played high school and collegiate sports. What may surprise you is this story of how Dr. Thomas Fehring and Dr. Ben Wooster played Wake Forest Football and now practice alongside of each other at OrthoCarolina.Read More
Spectrum 1 News interviewed Dr. Bradley Segebarth, OrthoCarolina spine surgeon, on his usage of the Barricaid device for herniated disc patients. Learn about the new device and how it is reducing discectomy failure rates by 80%.Read More
Simple, everyday choices can help relieve hand pain and prevent overuse injuries like trigger finger and carpal tunnel. Learn helpful tips, common symptoms to watch out for and what to expect if you're considering surgery.
OrthoCarolina is proud to have 29 orthopedic physicians recognized in the 2022 North Carolina Top Doctors: Charlotte Region list.Read More
Orthopedic research focused on women helps fitness professionals like OrthoCarolina's Melissa Bisnet keep their clients healthy & safe for the long haul.Read More
Female athletes have been known to have a higher risk of injuring their anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, while participating in competitive sports. McKaley Boston knows that pain all too well. This is her comeback story.Read More
In this series, we cover different Olympic events and relate them to upcoming spring sports with insight from OrthoCarolina Sports Medicine Specialists.Read More
Charlotte is home to miles of beginner-friendly trails, group rides, instructional clinics, and events where you can gather with other riders.Read More
Tendons, thick cords that connect your muscles to bones, are more important than you might realize. For people who have had tendinitis (also called tendonitis), inflammation of the tendons causes pain and swelling, sometimes severe, and can make it difficult to do the activities you love.Read More