Over the last several years, there has been an increased interest in partial knee replacements. With improved surgical techniques and materials, shorter hospital stays, and better outcomes, partial knee replacements are becoming more prevalent in the appropriate patient population.
On Friday, October 21st Dr. Curran had the chance to appear on ABC 27s afternoon program, Good Day PA to discuss meniscus tears. During his time on the program with Amy Kehm Dr. Curran was able to share just some … Continue reading
Football season is right around the corner. With contact sports comes a higher risk for athletic injuries, such as tearing the ACL. An anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury is when a tear occurs in the knee ligaments that join … Continue reading
There is a great deal to think about when it comes to hip or knee replacement. When you have this major surgery, you will be out of commission for a long time and the rehab will not be comfortable. Because … Continue reading
Anytime you will be undergoing serious surgery, the last thing you would want to do is go under anesthesia with unanswered questions. If you do, you will be anxious and scared, and this is certainly not a good mindset to … Continue reading