Blogs & News
Director of OrthoCarolina Motorsports William Heisel, who helps make sure the team stays healthy through the NASCAR season, says it’s actually the pit crew that tends to get injured during race week more than the drivers.Read More
OrthoCarolina sends a physical therapist to help 107.9 The Link's Matt & Ramona get more comfortable in the studio with these ergonomics tips.Read More
Part sport and part art, fly fishing can seem mysterious and intimidating, even if you’ve been bait fishing for years.Read More
Never Leave a Man Behind – Two Physicians Help Another Overcome Injury and Become a Warrior for Good
An injury just days before he was slated to run the Boston Marathon didn’t keep a local anesthesiologist from his goals.Read More
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) - The aches and pain can really take a toll. If your hips hurt you’re not alone. FOX 46 is getting results for your pain looking at different parts of your body and what you can do to find relief. “It can be very limiting in terms of someone’s function,” explained Dr. Edward Brown, an orthopedic surgeon with OrthoCarolina in Rock Hill.Read More
Dr. Verano M. Hermida, a bilingual orthopedic surgeon with 27 years of experience in general orthopedics and sports medicine, has joined OrthoCarolina Lincolnton.Read More
Lower back pain is a common ailment. Try these physical therapist-recommended stretches right at your desk chair to help.Read More
When NFL hopefuls go through drills in the NFL Combine, millions of dollars are on the line but these drills can help you, too, as you chart your athletic progress or as your PT decides if you're ready to get back to activity after an injury.
Over the weekend of March 31 in Nashville, Carolina Panthers team physicians were part of a meeting of the American Orthopaedic Society of Sports Medicine (AOSSM) that focused on football and sports medicine at all levels from youth to the National Football League (NFL).Read More
Jennifer Thompson has been a power lifter since 1999. She’s 45 now, but notes what most people don’t know about a sport that can sometimes seem mysterious is that humans actually have the capacity to continue to gain muscle and strength well into their 50s.Read More
Commonly caused by repetitive motion, carpal tunnel syndrome treatment can start with non-operative options.
As an athletic trainer, Pam Brown serves OrthoCarolina patients and motorsports athletes. Celebrate National Athletic Training monthRead More