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Apophysitis

Definition Apophysitis is an inflammation or injury where a tendon attaches to a growth plate. It is most relevant in… | Read the full article »

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Calcific Tendinitis

What is Calcific Tendinitis? Calcific tendinitis is a condition caused by calcium deposits building up in a person’s muscles or… | Read the full article »

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Heterotopic Ossification

What is Heterotopic Ossification? Heterotopic Ossification is the abnormal growth of bone in the non-skeletal tissues including muscle, tendons or… | Read the full article »

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Orthopedic Problems and Obesity

Obesity Can Be a Factor with Orthopedic Problems Orthopedic problems and obesity are interrelated. Obesity is on the rise in… | Read the full article »

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4 Cardio Workouts You Can Do With An Injured Leg

As a physical therapist, I am frequently asked how to work on cardiovascular fitness with an injury in the leg…. | Read the full article »

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Sports Rehab

  What is Sports Rehab? Physical therapy for injuries related to sports is Sports Rehabilitation or Sports Rehab.  For instance,… | Read the full article »

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Online Scheduling Is Now Available

JOI Physicians Offer Online Scheduling The Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute has implemented online scheduling for new patient appointments for all of… | Read the full article »

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Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy Why Choose Medical Laser Treatment? Medical Laser Therapy works by flooding the tissue with photons, which energize cells… | Read the full article »

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Anterior Tibialis Tendinitis

What is Anterior Tibialis Tendinitis? Anterior Tibialis Tendinitis is inflammation of the anterior tibialis tendon. It can also be referred… | Read the full article »

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The Graston Technique

What is the Graston Technique?     The Graston Technique is becoming increasingly popular with the JOI physicians and throughout… | Read the full article »

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