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OrthoCinsational Play of the Week: Lucho Acosta’s 100th-minute game-winning goal

Reigning MVP Luciano Acosta scored his second goal in the 100th minute of second-half stoppage time, leading FC Cincinnati to a thrilling 4-3 victory over the Philadelphia Union on Wednesday night. The play earned FCC the victory and Acosta took home this weeks Fox19 OrthoCinsational Play of the Week!

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Physical therapy experts on how losing 1 lb. of body weight takes 4 lbs. of pressure off the knees

by Liz Bonis & Megan Burgasser, WKRC | Click here to read the full article.   CINCINNATI (WKRC) – Nearly one in four people in the Tri-State are struggling to lose weight, according to a new report.   A new report from the free fitness app Flex AI included data analyzed from America’s health rankings. It looked

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Physical therapy experts suggest protecting your knees if you become more active in the summer months

by Liz Bonis, WKRC || Click here to read the full article   CINCINNATI (WKRC) – A few simple steps can help prevent knee injuries if you are trying to get-in more outdoor activities in the warmer months.   If you’ve decided to shape up this summer and be more active – physical therapists say

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Hand Therapy Week 2024

OrthoCincy Celebrates Hand Therapy Week 2024

OrthoCincy is celebrating Hand Therapy Week and recognizing the benefits of hand therapy – June 3-9. With offices conveniently located throughout Greater Cincinnati, our clinics are easy to find – Eastgate, Anderson, Kenwood and West Chester.   Why see a hand therapist?   OrthoCincy certified hand therapists treat problems related to the upper extremity. They effectively

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According to orthopaedic experts, plant-based foods can lower risk of hip fractures

by Liz Bonis & Megan Burgasser, WKRC | Click here to read the full story.   CINCINNATI (WKRC) – Eating a vegetarian diet may have a hidden health benefit.   A new study has good news for people’s bones if they’ve been going for more meatless meals during the warmer months. It appears meals full

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Podiatrists share tips to stay healthy as foot injuries rise during the summer

by Liz Bonis & Megan Burgasser, WKRC | Click here to read the full story. CINCINNATI (WKRC) – Some of the top injuries that come from busy summertime activities tend to be related to people’s feet.   Podiatrists at OrthoCincy have recommendations to protect the feet and prevent these problems from happening. “We see a

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Sports medicine experts stress shoe choice, warming up, balance training help prevent pickleball injuries

by Liz Bonis & Megan Burgasser, WKRC  |  Click here to read the full story.   CINCINNATI (WKRC) – A recent report on pickleball shows bone fractures and soft tissue injuries are climbing faster than the sport’s popularity.   Orthopedic specialists at OrthoCincy have a word of caution. Here’s what’s recommended to reduce injury risk.   “You

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Dr. Jonathan Slaughter on Christian Encarnacion-Strand’s broken wrist

Dr. Jonathan Slaughter from OrthoCincy joined Mo Egger on ESPN 1530 to help make sense of Christian Encarnacion-Strand’s broken wrist, and why things have played out the way they have. Plus – the timeline for his recovery, and possible reasons why the injury wasn’t detected in the aftermath of CES being hit by a pitch

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Orthopaedic surgeons warn putting off surgery could lead to additional concerns

by LIZ BONIS & MEGAN BURGASSER, WKRC | Click here to read the full article.   CINCINNATI (WKRC) – A recent report showed delaying a much needed medical procedure could lead to additional health concerns.   So, when is it time to reconsider?   For those who put off surgery, even if they’re in serious

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OrthoCincy’s Dr. Brandon Kohrs on Antone, McLain and The MLB Pitch Clock

Dr. Brandon Kohrs from OrthoCincy joined Mo Egger on ESPN 1530 to talk about more Tejay Antone’s elbow issues, the timeline for Matt McLain’s return, and the MLB Players Association claiming that the pitch clock is contributing to a rash of pitcher injuries. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sawhzFE-IWo&ab_channel=OrthoCincy

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Reds pitcher still recovering from Tommy John surgery, injures elbow again. OrthoCincy’s Dr. R. Michael Greiwe on what comes next.

by LIZ BONIS & MEGAN BURGASSER, WKRC || Click here to read the full story.   CINCINNATI (WKRC) – The Reds lost a series to the Mets this weekend, and a pitcher had to leave the mound early. That’s leading to a lot of talk about Tommy John surgery.   The team at OrthoCincy has

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It’s Opening Day! Let’s talk McLain, Friedl, Williamson & Marte with OrthoCincy’s Dr. Trevor Wilkes

On The Sidelines with Mollie and Lindsay welcomes Dr. Trevor Wilkes of Orthocincy Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine! Dr. Wilkes is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon specializing in shoulder and elbow surgery and sports medicine. In this episode, we will discuss a list we HATE to see grow……the injury list. What’s going on with Matt McLain?!

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Orthopaedic experts advise caution as start of spring sports season comes with rise in elbow injuries

by Liz Bonis & Megan Burgasser, WKRC || Read the full story here.   CINCINNATI (WKRC) – A common injury that can occur in athletes is showing up in doctor’s offices all across the area. It’s an injury that typically follows a fall.   As spring sports get underway, sports medicine doctors at OrthoCincy said

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Orthopaedic experts can perform surgery to repair Achilles tear in about 30 minutes

by Liz Bonis and Megan Burgasser, WKRC || Click HERE to read the full story.   CINCINNATI (WKRC) – It’s one of the most common injuries in athletes, but it can take weeks to heal. However, it doesn’t take long to surgically repair a torn Achilles tendon.   This sports injury has sidelined quite a

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Dr. Nick Early From OrthoCincy, on DJ Reader, a Super Bowl injury and more.

Dr. Nick Early from OrthoCincy joined Mo Egger on ESPN 1530 to discuss DJ Reader’s quad injury suffered during a week 15 game, and how it may impact his free agency. We also talked about major injury that could impact the Super Bowl, and how extreme cold temperatures affect injury probability. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anyJ-vyCrew&ab_channel=OrthoCincy

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The signs that you need to move more to stay healthy and happy, according to physical therapy experts

by LIZ BONIS, WKRC || Click HERE to read the full article.   CINCINNATI (WKRC) – It’s the season for sitting, and physical therapists say that can make a lot of health problems even worse.   The body was made to move and if you find yourself a lot more sedentary these days, a recent report

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Orthopaedic experts advise balance and core strength to prevent injury in winter weather

by LIZ BONIS & MEGAN BURGASSER, WKRC || Click HERE to read the full article.   CINCINNATI (WKRC) – The weather in the Tri-State during the next few days could leave some roads and sidewalks slippery. So, those who care for strains, sprains and broken bones want everyone to keep a few things in mind.

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Improving strength & balance can help in slippery conditions, according to physical therapists

by Liz Bonis & Megan Burgasser, WKRC || Click HERE to read the full article.   CINCINNATI (WKRC) – Improving balance and strength may help reduce the risk of weather-related injuries.   As the Tri-State dips into colder temperatures, the physical therapy team from OrthoCincy has issued a warning.   They said it’s a challenge

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Stretching can reduce the risk of injury during workouts in the new year according to physical therapy experts

by Liz Bonis & Megan Burgasser, WKRC || Click HERE to read the full article.   CINCINNATI (WKRC) – For those who want to shape up in the new year, you might want to spend some time stretching. It helps reduce injury risk.   Most know that to improve fitness, people need greater aerobic capacity

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Dr. Fritch & Mo Egger

Orthopaedic surgeon Dr. John Fritch on Jake Browning & Justin Jefferson

The Cincinnati Bengals are already without Joe Burrow due to a season-ending wrist injury.   Now, they have to worry about Jake Browning, who was knocked out of Sunday’s game vs. the Indianapolis Colts due to what appeared to be a thumb injury. He suffered the injury in the third quarter.   Browning was examined

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Orthopaedic experts advice on the top resolution for 2024, improving fitness

by Liz Bonis & Megan Burgasser, WKRC || Click HERE to read the full story.   CINCINNATI (WKRC) – A new survey conducted by Forbes Health found improving fitness levels is the top new year’s resolution for 2024.   Almost half of those who responded have this goal. That’s up slightly from last year.   After

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Nick Gates, MD & Mo Egger on ESPN 1530

OrthoCincy On Demand: Dr. Nick Gates on Joe Burrow, Trevor Lawrence & Kenny Pickett

Dr. Nick Gates from OrthoCincy is one of Cincinnati’s best foot and ankle surgeons. He joined ESPN 1530 to talk about the different ankle injuries to Cam Taylor-Britt, Trevor Lawrence, and Kenny Pickett. We also spent some time discussing that big bulky thing Joe Burrow was wearing on Monday night.

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Holiday Injury

Holiday slips and falls can be prevented with simple steps according to orthopaedic experts

by LIZ BONIS & MEGAN BURGASSER, WKRC || Click HERE to read the full story.   CINCINNATI (WKRC) – OrthoCincy orthopedic specialists said the holiday season is the season of celebration – and slips, falls and broken bones.   From tree decorating to ladders to bad weather, doctors see a lot of accidents and injuries

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OrthoCincy hand & wrist surgeon, Dr. Jonathan Slaughter, on Joe Burrow’s wrist surgery

CINCINNATI (WXIX) – Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow underwent successful surgery to repair a torn ligament in his wrist, the team said Monday. Burrow tore the ligament in his throwing arm in a 34-20 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Nov. 16. “The procedure went as planned and he is expected to make a complete

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OrthoCincy orthopaedic surgeon, Dr. Trevor Wilkes, on Joe Burrow’s wrist

Per Fox Sports Insider Jay Glazer, Burrow tore the middle ligament in his wrist, which is the ligament responsible for stabilization. When Burrow attempted to make a throw on the sideline, he crouched in pain before shaking his head in disappointment, leading us to see that it was likely more than just a sprain.   Dr.

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