Blog Archive

How to Regain Stability After a Meniscus Tear Nov 1st, 2019

Recovering from a meniscus tear can feel like a long road, but it’s worth it because complete recovery leads to stability and the ability to do the things you like! At Bahri Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, the skilled orthopedic surgeons have helped hundreds of patients regain...

Combatting Wrist Pain in an Office Job Oct 1st, 2019

If you work in an office job, repetitive hand and wrist movements involved in various tasks, such as typing, can make you susceptible to wrist pain. While wrist pain can interfere with your ability to perform your responsibilities comfortably, it can also affect your productivity. In 2017, carpal tunnel syndrome,...

Most Common Sports Injuries for Kids (And How to Avoid Them) Sep 1st, 2019

As more parents encourage their children to participate in sports and other physical activities, the amount of sports injuries has dramatically increased. Every year, more than 3.5 million injuries occur among the more than 30 million youth athletes who participate in organized sports in the United States, according to statistics...

That Hip Pain Could Actually Be a Sciatica Problem Aug 12th, 2019

Living a sedentary lifestyle or carrying a heavy load when you aren’t in good physical shape can lead to hip pain. However, if your pain doesn't go away after rest, you could be suffering from sciatica. Although many underlying conditions can cause hip pain, sciatica is one of the most...

What Makes PRP Therapy So Effective? Jul 3rd, 2019

Soft tissue damage happens all the time. It’s painful and inconvenient, and recovery may take a while if the damage is bad. However, with the use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, we can help speed up your healing and reduce recovery time. At Bahri Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Clinic in...

3 Sports that Can Strengthen Your Wrists and Help Prevent Injury Jun 1st, 2019

Wrist pain is common. Everyone from athletes to office workers to construction workers can suffer from wrist pain. However, you don’t have to accept the discomfort. There are treatment options that can improve or resolve your pain. The experienced, board-certified orthopedic surgeons at Bahri Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Clinic offer...

Living With Arthritis May 8th, 2019

We expect aches and pains as we age – it’s natural for certain parts of the body to hurt as they wear down over time. For many, this means accepting arthritis, the colloquial name for osteoarthritis. Over 54 million adults suffer from this degenerative disease that impacts joints. While there...

What to Expect When Returning to Sports After an ACL Injury Apr 8th, 2019

As if the injury to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in one of your knees isn’t enough on its own, it can keep you out of the game for months. At Bahri Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Clinic, we understand your frustration at being on the bench, but we also know...

3 Amazing Benefits of Regenerative Medicine Mar 12th, 2019

Whether you’ve suffered an acute injury like a torn tendon or you’ve been living with the chronic pain of arthritis or a degenerative disc disease for years, the one thing you want desperately is relief. While medication may subdue inflammation and make your pain manageable, it can’t repair your injured...

When a Hip Replacement Is Your Best Option Feb 8th, 2019

Your hips are among the largest joints in your body and are needed for walking, standing, sitting, and most other types of mobile activity. Whether you’ve developed hip pain due to osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, a fracture or injury, not being able to move freely or support your body weight in...

10 Must-Haves After Shoulder Surgery Jan 7th, 2019

After shoulder surgery, you can say goodbye to pain, regain shoulder strength and stability, and finally be able to get back to the activities you love. However, to reach that goal, your shoulder must have time to heal, and that means keeping it immobilized after surgery. The length of your...