April 8, 2021 / Knee / Stacie Brzoska
Arthritis is a chronic, progressive, debilitating condition without many treatment options. Simply, arthritis is the wearing of the good articular cartilage in the knee joint. There is no technique to put more cartilage in the knee. The only conservative (non-surgical) options are oral pills like, Advil or Tylenol, and injections including cortisone, protein gel, and PRP. All of these options only help with pain. They do not slow the progression of the disease. Other than pills and injections, surgery is the only other definitive option for moderate to severe arthritis.Continue Reading
April 4, 2021 / Health / Dr. Charlotte Moriarty
Introducing Ortho Rhode Island Biologics
We are pleased to announce the launch of a new Biologics service line at Ortho Rhode Island! Located within our new flagship building at 300 Crossings Blvd in Warwick, Ortho RI Biologics aims to provide our patients with the best service in the industry. Our Biologics suite, located on the first floor, boasts a spacious waiting area, welcoming consult room, and state-of-the-art procedure room.
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March 25, 2021 / Back Pain / Cindy Napier
Imaging and Low Back Pain
Remember that an MRI is a valid diagnostic tool, however it will not take your pain away and does not always point to one definitive cause for back pain. Back pain is multi-factorial and taking an active role in your recovery will improve the healing process.Continue Reading