Regardless of the cause for joint pain, Dr. Robert Olive Jr. shares steps to manage the pain and provide relief before considering knee replacement surgery.
Sixty-percent of back pain will get better without any intervention at all. But if the back pain back pain is associated with pain that goes down the legs or you have some sensory loss, where the feeling in your legs or even anything below the waist does not feel normal, that's a reason to reach out to a provider immediately.
Knee replacement surgery is one of the most common surgeries here in America. As we get older, our knees give out. Replacing them is easy these days, but what about the pain?
Richard Hohman is back to taking long, pain-free walks with his wife and dogs after undergoing knee surgery.
Adam Smith, MD, an orthopedic surgeon and part of the Infirmary's Joint Academy, was following in a family tradition when he went into medicine. His father, Bruce Smith, MD, was an orthopedic surgeon in Hot Springs.
Although it seemed unlikely, a year after his accident, former Arkansas State Trooper Brian Burke walks into his future.
Orthopedic specialist, Dr. Robert Olive Jr., hosted "Breakfast with a Doctor" in Hot Springs Village to talk about problems in the knees and hips, primarily related to arthritis, and available treatment options.
Knowing how to take care of yourself after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) surgery is crucial for 100% recovery. That's why we've put together the top 5 things to do for a successful recovery.
Robert Stroope experienced back pain all his life until Dr. Justin Seale performed successful spine surgery at CHI St. Vincent.
Barbara McClintock lived for 75 years without knowing what kept her from sitting, sleeping and managing her daily life. A scoliosis diagnosis and surgery with Dr. Justin Seale changed her life.