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Why Telemedicine?

 The Benefit of Telehealth During the Pandemic Why Telemedicine? Expanded Medicare coverage will cover virtual checkups with your doctor from the safety of your home. “Telehealth is emerging as a critical component of the healthcare crisis solution. … Telehealth can change the current paradigm of care and allow for improved access and improved health outcomes …

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Commit to These 4 Resolutions for Better Bone Health

You will already have goals set for this year but are any of these about keeping your bones healthy? Doctors in our orthopedic clinic in Boca Raton have years of experience in dealing with musculoskeletal cases that could have been prevented if the bones were healthy enough. Strong bones protect your body from injury. Healthy …

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Wanna Burn the Holiday Calories? Follow This Guide to Prevent Knee Injuries

The holiday season may have led you to indulge in food or skip a few workouts. Now that it’s over, it’s time to get back in shape and resume your physical activities. Aside from working out in the gym, playing sports is also a fun and engaging way to burn the calories you gained. However, …

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OSA adds another Joint Reconstruction Surgeon to its Team!

Orthopaedic Surgery Associates, Inc. (“OSA”) is pleased to announce the hiring of joint reconstruction orthopaedic surgeon Jonathan B. Courtney, MD to its prestigious orthopaedic group in South Florida. Dr. Courtney joins Elvis Grandic, MD to create a formidable total joint team in Palm Beach County. Dr. Courtney is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon who is fellowship …

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Bone Health: Why You Should Cut Back on Alcohol This Holiday Season

It’s a well-documented fact that alcohol does more harm than good to your body. It raises your risk of accidents, sickness, liver damage, and alcohol dependency.  What’s not widely known, however, is the effects of alcohol on bone health. But according to the National Institutes of Health, people who recover from alcoholism often develop osteoporosis; …

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