In our continuing series, we’re following a real GBO patient, Gio, from diagnosis all the way through treatment at Great Basin Orthopaedics. Be sure to check back for updates as we follow the journey, which is documented by his mother, Paige. If you'd like to catch up:
GBO Patient Diary: Appointment 2 - MRI — Getting to the bottom of it
GBO Patient Diary: Appointment 1 - Am I a bad mom?
Over the next few weeks, we'll be following a real GBO patient, Gio, from diagnosis all the way through treatment at Great Basin Orthopaedics. Be sure to check back for updates as we follow the journey, which is documented by his mother, Paige.
Arthroscopy is one of many options to ease joint pain
Orthopaedists have many different tools to help address their patients’ bone and joint issues. One of those is arthroscopy, a minimally invasive alternative to open joint surgery, and the most commonly performed orthopedic surgical procedure.
Working from home doesn’t need to be a pain
If current conditions have resulted in you working from home, you may be struggling to get comfortable. Literally.
How does Physical Therapy look during COVID-19?
Dr. Joel Peck answers questions about PT operations Great Basin Orthopaedics (GBO) Physical Therapy services are being conducted during the COVID-19 shutdown, as physical therapy (PT) is essential.
Enjoying the great outdoors in a COVID-19 world
The warmer days have let us know that it’s time to enjoy one of the best things about living in Northern Nevada — the great outdoors.
No-Nonsense PT Approach Inspires Loyal Following
Eight years ago, at the age of 67, Suggie Brumberger decided it was time to work out with a trainer to get in shape and lose some weight. Unfortunately, her trainer had her doing squats beyond her ability and she injured her knee.
Counting her blessings for exceptional care
In August of 2019, Romy Arguello took one wrong step in her backyard. The busy, working mom of four kids dropped to the ground in agony.
How to build a strong core to reduce back, hip, and knee pain
When we discuss core strength, it’s helpful to first think of what “core” means. Think of your core muscles as the link connecting your upper and lower body.
A team approach to healing
When you live an active life and injure both your shoulder and your wrist, you need a team committed to getting you back on the horse — or in Travis Rumbaugh’s case, the bike — fast. Great Basin Orthopaedics was the team Travis needed.
Using magnets to get to the root of the problem
In order to make your healthcare experience easier and more convenient, Great Basin Orthopaedics (GBO) recently installed a Magnetic Resonance Imaging machine, better known as an MRI.
Putting your best foot forward
Our recreational activities require more planning and vigilance now that we’re living in a COVID-19 world. Click here to learn more.