Podcast alert! Listen to this myth-buster session on calcific tendonitis of the shoulder as Dr Hartzler & Dr Hartigan discuss if Calcific Tendonitis of the Shoulder is a Protector or Predictor of Cuff Pathology?
Calcific Tendonitis of the Shoulder: Protector or Predictor of Cuff Pathology? A Magnetic Resonance Imaging–Based Study
It is a great honor to serve on the Editorial Board of a top tier sports medicine journal like Arthroscopy
Do Larger Acetabular Chondral Defects Portend Inferior Outcomes in Patients Undergoing Arthroscopic Acetabular Microfracture? A Matched-Controlled Study
Congrats on a great team effort to publish this important research on caring for chondral disease in the hip in the Journal of Arthroscopy.
Dr. Hartigan, a Minnesota native, joins the practice from the Phoenix, AZ area and brings extensive knowledge and experience in all aspects of hip care and sports medicine.
One year ago, I fell and broke my arm. While my arm has healed, my knees also have been bothering me since I fell. I have arthritis in both knees and a slight tear in the meniscus on one knee, but both knees are extremely painful when I walk. Is it possible that arthritis is causing this much pain, or could there be another reason, perhaps related to my fall? I am 59.