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Popping In The Knee

Popping In The Knee Have you ever found yourself walking, running, squatting, or going up and down steps or stairs?… | Read the full article »

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Orthopaedic Specialists

Orthopedic Specialists As the largest Orthopaedic or Orthopedic Group of Physicians in Northeast Florida. The Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute provides many orthopedic… | Read the full article »

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Meniscal Tear Types

The quick answer, the meniscus is cartilage in the knee that cushions the knee joint and stabilizes the joint. The… | Read the full article »

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Why Do My Knees Crack?

Why Do My Knees Crack? By Drew Heideman, MPT, ATC, PES Cracking the knees with motions such as squatting or… | Read the full article »

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Strained Meniscus

What is a Strained Meniscus? A strained meniscus occurs when the meniscus (two cartilage pieces that act as a cushion… | Read the full article »

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ACL Knee Braces

ACL Knee Braces What is an ACL Tear? The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of four main ligaments in… | Read the full article »

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Tibia and Fibula Fractures

Tibia and Fibula Fractures Tibia and Fibula Anatomy The tibia and fibula are the two long bones of the lower… | Read the full article »

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Dislocated Knee

Can You Walk with a Dislocated Knee? A dislocated knee is a severe injury. This is not the same as… | Read the full article »

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Matrix Associated Chondrocyte Implantation

MACI Matrix Associated Chrondrocyte Implantation Your knee is a complex joint where three major bones come together: the shin bone… | Read the full article »

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Mako Partial Knee

MAKO Technology This technology allows patients to have a unique surgical procedure that is specific to their anatomy. This means… | Read the full article »

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