Latest Bone Health Shows

Everything You Need to Know About Tendinitis and Its Treatment

Feb 12, 2019

If you suffer from pain in a certain area during exercise, it could be tendinitis (also called tendonitis) or something worse. Sports medicine orthopedic specialist Dr. David Petron talks about some misconceptions with tendinitis, including a lengthy list of long-term and short-term treatments....

Read Interview

Health Hack: Use Cardboard and a T-Shirt to Help with a Broken Bone

Jan 18, 2019

Broken bones hurt all the way up until you get a cast on it. On today’s Health Hack, emergency room physician Dr. Troy Madsen explains how to make a simple DIY splint to help immobilize an injured limb while you wait for treatment....

Read Interview

Let a Broken Collarbone Heal Naturally, or Not?

Oct 26, 2018

A broken collarbone, or clavical, is a common sports injury and, traditionally, people let the break heal naturally. But, sometimes, surgery is best to maintain shoulder functionality and avoid later discomfort. Dr. Tom Miller speaks with Dr. Bruce Thomas, an orthopedic surgeon, about what scenarios...

Read Interview

How to Treat a Broken Bone that Didn't Heal Correctly

Aug 14, 2018

Broken bones can occasionally heal in the wrong position, forming a “malunion” or “malalignment” after treatment. These misaligned bones can cause further problems and pain in the body. Dr. Tom Miller talks to orthopedic surgeon Dr. Justin Haller about what causes these bones to heal ...

Read Interview

Could Your Child’s Growing Pains be Juvenile Arthritis?

Jul 23, 2018

For most kids who are active, complaints about joint pain can be both common and harmless. But if your child’s joint pain is severe or chronic, it may be early signs of Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (JRA.) Pediatrician Dr. Cindy Gellner shares the key symptoms to be on the lookout for and when ...

Read Interview

Is My Wrist Sprained or Fractured?

May 18, 2018

Even a small slip or fall onto an outstretched hand can injure your wrist, but just how bad is it? Should you ice and elevate the injury? Or go to the doctor for an X-ray? Orthopedic surgeon and hand specialist Dr. Andrew Tyser lends his expertise on this episode of “The Specialists,” and ...

Read Interview

Listener Question: Should I Worry About My Popping Knee?

May 24, 2017

Knees, elbows and other joints can sometimes make popping noises. Is it something to worry about? Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Patrick Greis, says, generally, no. However, a popping noise associated with pain could indicate a problem. Find out how a physician might diagnose a popping knee....

Read Interview

Sign Up for Weekly Health Updates

Weekly emails of the latest news from HealthFeed.

For Patients

Find a doctor or location close to you so you can get the health care you need, when you need it