We are so pleased to share this interview from The Bee’s Knees Podcast and KNEE RADIO 1. Podcast host Mary Elliott interviews Sarah Lisieki, an RN in Michigan, about her 20-year journey back to mobility.
Compassion often requires patience. Dr. Ference is willing to spend extra time with his patients, answer their questions, and provide explanations to ensure they fully understand their condition and treatment options.
Many patients come to my office with symptoms of a sharp, stabbing pain in their knee, or report that their knee is “locking up.” Initially, they fear they may have advanced and irreversible arthritis.
You may have heard that a “minimally invasive” surgery is the best option for your knee replacement, so what does that mean for you as a patient who needs knee pain management, or who is looking for a knee pain clinic, or an orthopedic surgeon?
Recently, a man came in to see me because he could not straighten his leg and his ruptured quadricep muscle had resulted in chronic pain.
Hip pain and weakness is most often felt during activities like walking, lifting your leg to step over something, or going downstairs.
The most surprising news a newly diagnosed orthopedic patient may hear is that their chronic, debilitating joint pain is caused by something as common as “arthritis.”