In conjunction with the national finals rodeo in Las Vegas next month,
Dr. Kieckbusch to present at Injured Rodeo Athlete Symposium in Las Vegas
GBO docs train future surgeons
The physicians of Great Basin Orthopaedic are committed to education.
UNR runner returns to top form after hip surgery
Runner Christina Works doesn’t like to slow down.
Dr. Dolan undergoes advanced training for reverse shoulder replacement
Bowed legs more than a cosmetic issue for this patient
Born to run. Again.
Lori Crawford is the definition of an athlete. A competitive runner for the past 12 years, the physical education teacher has competed in four full marathons and 45 half-marathons.
Seven accomplished surgeons join forces at Great Basin Orthopaedics
Reno, NV (June 13, 2014) – A team of highly skilled, accomplished orthopaedic professionals has joined together to establish Reno’s newest practice: Great Basin Orthopaedics, with offices at 845 Aitken Street near Renown Regional Medical Center, and in South Reno on 689 Sierra Rose Drive, Suite
Good news for women: a little exercise goes a long way toward bone health.
According to new research, just two or more hours of physical activity per week appears to help pre-menopausal women maintain healthy bones.
Getting to the bottom of shin splints.
Perhaps you’ve experienced it yourself, a dull aching pain in the front of the lower leg when running or exercising. The pain may come on during activity and go away only to come on again after you’re done.
Knee injuries on the rise in young athletes
Are all those fields filled with pint-sized soccer players a breeding ground for injury?
Advances in orthopaedic surgery have reduced the ACL recovery timeline
Imagine being a young, world-class athlete at the top of your game and on the path to the Olympics when tragedy strikes. You tear your ACL (anterior cruciate ligament). In a stop-and-go running sport like soccer, that can be a career-ending injury.
Four tips for an injury free ski (or board) season
Develop your core A strong back and abs will benefit just about every aspect of your life, including skiing. Better posture, less fatigue, less pain. Sit ups, crunches, plank poses, and superman extensions are all good core builders.