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Can My Torn Meniscus Heal Itself?

If you’ve torn your meniscus, there is a strong chance you want to find the safest and quickest treatment method to help get you back on your feet. A torn meniscus can make it painful to move and go about your everyday activities, making it essential for you to get treatment. If you want to… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jan 15 2023
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Protecting Your Joints This Winter

As wintertime draws near, the dropping temperatures may tempt you to stay indoors. The prospect of staying around your fireplace and reclining in your favorite chair can be enough to put you into hibernation this winter. But if you have stiff joints, being inactive can do them more harm than you realize.  Staying active during… Read More »

  • Posted on: Dec 15 2022
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What’s Going On With My Elbow?

Elbow pain can bring your activities to a screening halt. The pain and limited range of motion can make it challenging to complete tasks you would never have to think about under normal circumstances. Sometimes rest and anti-inflammatory medications are enough to help combat elbow pain. But, in other instances, elbow pain can indicate a… Read More »


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Biceps Strain Or Something More?

Pain in your biceps makes it challenging to go about your life. Persistent discomfort can leave you wondering if there is a deeper issue. If you’re wondering if the pain in your biceps is something to worry about, here are a few things to look for as you prepare for a trip to the doctor.… Read More »


My Shoulders Are Letting Me Down

We rely on our shoulders for countless tasks. It can be problematic when they don’t function at our best and can make ordinary tasks a challenge. Finding a cause behind unstable shoulders can help bring pain relief and peace of mind. Here are some reasons behind your shoulder pain and what you can do to… Read More »


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You’re Not Too Old to Get Fit!

Getting older comes with a unique set of challenges. Taking extra steps to care for your well-being is crucial to a high quality of life. Many seniors think their physical changes mean they have to stop being active. But, it’s more important than ever to stay in shape as you age. With adjustments, there are… Read More »


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I’ve Torn My ACL, Now What?

A torn ACL is a diagnosis that no one wants to have. Studies estimate that between 100,000 and 200,00 people suffer the injury each year. A torn ACL can be particularly troublesome for athletes whose livelihoods often depend on their ability to play. Whether you’re an athlete or not, your priority is to get back… Read More »


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Signs It Might Be Time For a Joint Replacement

At Desio Sports Medicine, we see, and treat, all kinds of joint injuries that can be fixed without drastic measures. Treatment for mild arthritis can range from exercise and physical therapy to brace applications to injection and cartilage therapy. In some cases, the best way to get rid of joint pain is to (putting it… Read More »


College football player having senior doctor review his concussion injury.

What Are the 3 Types of Concussions?

Athletes aren’t the only kind of people who can suffer from concussions. Anyone who receives a strong enough blow to the head can experience this traumatic brain injury, and the effects of the event can cause life-threatening symptoms if left untreated. Falls are one of the most common causes of concussions, but other things can… Read More »


Ulnar Nerve Entrapment

Now that another Boston winter is over and the tulips and daffodils have given us a return to sanity, if you’re an obsessed golfer, you’ve probably already been out playing or at least hitting balls. If you’ve hit a lot of balls, the inside of your elbow may be really tender and your ring finger… Read More »


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