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The one thing athletes want most - Return to Play

As athletic trainer Sara Myers guides athletes through their rehabilitation journey, she enjoys proving to patients that they are stronger than they think. The Forté Sports Medicine and Orthopedics Return […]
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Improving Patient Confidence and Range of Motion with Underwater Treadmill Therapy

In water, many of her patients perform activities and exercises that they cannot do on land, Forté Sports Medicine and Orthopedics physical therapy assistant Andrea Glass finds. For example, those […]
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How Physical Therapy Helps People Suffering from Chronic Pain

For people suffering from chronic pain, there are movements and activities that help - and others that make things far worse. Some activities are safe for patients to do despite […]
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For Improved Patient Outcomes, Research Matters

Some treatment aspects turn out to be more helpful than originally thought; others prove less helpful than intended, Dr. David Porter explains. Follow-up research is the key to learning the […]
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Medicine to Help Dancers Build Performance and Resist Injury

“It takes more than talent to become a successful dancer: a lot of hard work and sacrifice are required as well. It is a difficult profession: stress and workloads are high, […]
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For Those with Arthritis, Low-Impact Activity is Encouraged

Staying fit and active is an important part of maintaining our overall health, Dr. Matthew Negaard, Sports Medicine Physician and Emergency Medicine Physician of Forté Sports Medicine and Orthopedics emphasizes. […]
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An Independent, Physician-Owned Practice - It's a Mindset

"Healthcare - it's like any other business," says Dr. Peter Sallay, Orthopedic Surgeon specializing in the knee and shoulder with Forté Sports Medicine and Orthopedics. "The bigger the entity that […]
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For Improved Patient Outcomes, Integration is the Secret Sauce

Orthopedics, one might say, is all about connections - after all, our skeletal system is connected by the joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles that allow us to move about. In […]
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When Is the Right Time for a Joint Replacement?

Living with a joint that isn’t functioning like it should and has been causing you pain can be scary. You may wonder if you need a joint replacement, but are […]
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