How does aging affect joint health, and what proactive steps can seniors take to maintain mobility and independence?
Aging can have a significant impact on orthopedic health due to natural changes in bone density, muscle mass, joint integrity, and flexibility. As individuals age, they may experience a variety of orthopedic issues, including osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, joint stiffness, muscle weakness, and decreased balance and coordination. These changes can increase the risk of falls, fractures, and
Knee Tendon or Ligament: 4 Ways to Tell What’s Injured
The last thing you want is a severe knee injury, knowing it might mean curbing your activities for an extended period.
Tuesday, 05 October 2021 / Published in Arthritis, hip joint, Physical Therapy
Proper Diagnosis
In today’s world of what Dr. Tchejeyan jokingly refers to as, “Dr. Google”, people often search their symptoms on the web and misdiagnose themselves.  This causes unnecessary anxiety and concern for so many people. Even as patients seek advice about joint pain from their primary care doctors, their condition may be misinterpreted because of their
Post Surgery Rehabilitation: What To Expect
When it comes to orthopedic surgery, rehabilitation of your joints begins almost immediately.  Whether you’ve had partial or total joint replacement surgery for the hip, knee, shoulder, spine, wrist, hand, foot, or ankle – Dr. Tchejeyan won’t send you home without a plan to get you moving around as quickly and safely as possible! And