Browsing by Month: August 2021

OHOW Recognizes New Board-Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialists

Becoming a Board-Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist within the physical therapy profession is a highly esteemed accolade designating physical therapists as experts in their field. Earning the Board-Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist title requires professional development and additional study. The Orthopaedic Hospital of Wisconsin is honored to announce three of our physical therapists, Eddie Ericksen, Matt Pitton, […]

OHOW’s Favorite Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl

Sushi is a popular summer dinner option, but the idea of homemade sushi is an intimidating adventure for the average at-home chef. OHOW chefs have perfected this quick and easy Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl–so say goodbye to the stress of making sushi rolls at home. All the flavor and freshness in this poke bowl recipe […]

Got Noisy Joints? What You Need to Know About Joint Cracks and Pops

Kevin Campion, PT, MPT “My shoulder makes a noise when I move. Is that bad?” Substitute shoulder for knee, neck, or ankle, and some version of the “noisy joints” question is heard nearly every day in our physical therapy clinics.  Most of us know that joints can make noises: cracks, pops, snaps, clicks, and more. […]

6 Back-to-College Health Tips to Help Students Avoid Orthopedic Injuries

For most college students, teen orthopedic health isn’t even on their minds. But orthopedic injuries can occur at any age, and it’s essential to focus on lifelong orthopedic health practices. As we prepare to go back to school, these college health tips can help students avoid common injuries and stay safe. While most teens don’t […]

Solving Debilitating Neck and Arm Pain: Cervical Total Disc Replacement

Have you experienced neck and arm pain? For some people, this type of pain can be nearly unbearable. Our arms and neck are used in so many of our activities, from work to play to sleep. When we feel pain in these areas, it’s hard to ignore. For many people, neck and arm pain can […]