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May 15, 2024
Understanding Bone Spurs: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Understanding Bone Spurs Have you ever experienced a sharp pain in your foot when taking your first steps in the morning or a nagging ache in your shoulder that won't go away? You might be dealing with a foot or shoulder bone spur. These small, bony growths can develop in various parts of the body, […]

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May 9, 2024
What is Avascular Necrosis (AVN)?

Understanding Avascular Necrosis (AVN) Avascular necrosis, also known as osteonecrosis, occurs when your blood supply to a bone is disrupted due to various factors, leading to the death of bone tissue. This lack of blood flow deprives the bone of essential oxygen and nutrients, causing the bone to weaken and eventually collapse. Avascular Necrosis (AVN) Symptoms: […]

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November 16, 2023
Decoding a Torn Rotator Cuff: Recognizing Symptoms and Taking Action

Decoding a Torn Rotator Cuff: Recognizing Symptoms and Taking Action Shoulder discomfort is a prevalent issue, especially as we age or engage in activities that strain our joints. Among the potential culprits is the rotator cuff—a group of muscles and tendons crucial for shoulder mobility and stability. Let's explore what the rotator cuff is, its […]

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August 25, 2023
Demystifying Brachial Plexus Injuries: Causes, Symptoms, and Recovery

Demystifying Brachial Plexus Injuries: Causes, Symptoms, and Recovery Within the realm of intricate anatomical structures, the brachial plexus emerges as a vital network of nerves orchestrating the movement and sensation of our upper limbs. When this complex system faces disruption, it triggers a spectrum of issues collectively known as brachial plexus injuries. In this blog, […]

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July 21, 2023
Common Summertime Orthopaedic Injuries: Knee, Shoulder, and Ankle

Common Sports and Orthopaedic Injuries of Summer: Knee, Shoulder, and Ankle: Summertime brings a range of activities, but it also increases the risk of orthopaedic injuries. Let's dive into the most common summertime injuries and how they can happen, and what you can do to prevent them: Knee Injuries: Knee pain can be a common […]

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September 11, 2022
Neck and Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain is probably the most common physical complaints from people working in an office environment. It’s also one of the most annoying orthopaedic issues you can have simply because it makes tasks like combing your hair or putting on a sweater extremely difficult. Even with regular stretching and exercise, you may find that your neck and shoulder pain continues to get worse.

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November 25, 2021
Sore Shoulder? Repairing a Labrum Tear

Does your shoulder “lock” when you move it? Is it sore and difficult to move? Does it seem unstable? If so, these are the symptoms of a labrum tear. The labrum is the curved cartilage that sits in the shoulder’s ball-and-socket joint. When it is torn, it can cause pain and instability in the shoulder.  […]

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October 15, 2021
Separated Shoulder: What It Is & How to Fix It

People with persistent or severe shoulder pain may have a separated shoulder condition. This happens when the ligaments that connect the collarbone to the shoulder blade are stretched or torn. The injury can be mild, requiring mainly painkillers and some TLC, or severe, requiring surgery. The shoulder experts at Princeton Orthopaedic Associates can diagnose your […]

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August 12, 2021
Tendonitis: How to Recognize It, How We Can Treat It

A sore shoulder, a sore elbow, a sore knee — they all could have a common ailment. It’s called tendonitis, and it can affect the overused or injured joints of patients of any age. It’s most common in athletes and those with active lifestyles — those who use these joints often and with great effort.  The […]

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August 16, 2016
Drs. Rossy & Culp join POA

We are pleased to announce the addition of William H. Rossy, M.D., and Brian M. Culp, M.D. to our practice.   Dr. Rossy is a Sports Medicine specialist, and Dr. Culp specializes in Total Joint Replacement. Both physicians are Fellowship Trained Orthopaedic Surgeons and are currently accepting new patients. Dr. William H. Rossy is a board-certified […]

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