Bursitis, Tendonitis & Snapping

Hip Bursitis, Tendonitis, & Snapping Hip The hip is the second most mobile joint in the body. There are many structures surrounding the hip joint which makes it more susceptible to injuries. One of the most common overuse injuries relates to the tendons and bursae (fluid filled sacs to reduce friction) of the upper end of the thighbone. The greater trochanter is the large bump felt along the side of the thigh, just below the hip, which has a cou…

Dr. Bicos

…ed orthopedic surgeon who specializes in sports medicine and the treatment of athletes of all ages. Dr. Bicos graduated from Northwestern University with his Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering in 1995. After Northwestern, Dr. Bicos earned his medical degree from Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL in 1999. He continued his training at Rush University and completed his residency in Orthopedic Surgery with Midwest Orthopedics at R…

Beaumont seeks participants for a research study of a cartilage tissue implant for knee injuries

…ommon problem that results in pain and symptoms, such as swelling, locking of the knee and loss of knee function. Damaged hyaline cartilage has limited capacity to repair or restore itself. Left untreated, the damage may progressively worsen and may lead to chronic conditions such as osteoarthritis. Get in contact with a chiropractic that can help you alleviate your pain. To perform the procedure, the surgeon first obtains a sample of healthy cart…

Nutrition

…In contrast, too much vitamin A can cause bone loss and increase the risk of hip fracture. The animal source supplements (retinols) may cause toxicity but plant sources (B carotene) do not. Daily intake of retinols should be less than 10,000 IU. Dietary Sources of Calcium Selecting foods high in calcium is one way to help you achieve your targeted daily calcium intake. Here are some major food sources of calcium to assist your meal planning. Sele…