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March is National Athletic Training Month
Athletic Trainers (ATs) are an extension of health care within our community. They collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical ...
Rest, Ice, Compression & Elevation - The R.I.C.E. Method
When should the R.I.C.E. Method be used? The RICE method is an effective treatment that should be used immediately after an individual suffers from a knee sprain, twisted ankle, or similar sports injury. The RICE method works to relieve pain and ...
Patient Satisfaction Survey 2018
Dear Patients and Friends, At Newport Orthopedic Institute we are always striving to improve the care we give to patients, caregivers and family members. We continue to work and improve upon the overall patient experience to help ensure our patients ...
Open Enrollment and Anthem Blue Cross Changes
Open Enrollment for 2018 has arrived, and while some things may be familiar, others have changed. Enrollment will continue through January 31 st, with a December 15 th deadline for coverage to become effective January 1 st. Covered California ...
Blue Cross Anthem premiums may rise as much as 35%
We know that your Blue Cross Anthem premiums may rise as much as 35% according to an article posted by Healthcare-Now! on Tuesday, September 26, 2017, titled Anthem Blue Cross seeks to raise individual policyholders' rates. Blue Cross Anthem is ...
Dr. Alan Beyer Featured in Sorbet Magazine
Sorbet Magazine has run a feature story on Newport Orthopedic Institute's very own Dr. Alan Beyer discussing his love of sports fueling the passion he brings to his sports medicine and orthopedic surgery practice. To read A Patient's Voice, A ...
Top 9 Ways to Help Prevent Tennis Elbow
Newport Beach Orthopedic Institute is proud to provide certified athletic trainers to help support the USTA’s Newport Beach Bowl ITF being held March 11 – 19 th for the Boys’ & Girls’ Singles & Doubles Division. Event ...
4 WAYS TO FIGHT MUSCLE LOSS AND WIN
Stay Strong and Preserve Your Independence with These Simple Remedies. Age might just be a number, but here’s one that absolutely matters: 33 percent. One out of every three adults age 60 and older suffers from severe muscle loss, according to ...
Proper Fitting for an Arm Sling
If you have suffered an injury that requires you to wear a sling to help protect your arm while it heals, it’s important to ensure you have setup the sling properly to avoid the arm sling from falling off, sliding or not supporting your entire ...
Stay fit this Holiday Season and into the New Year
It’s that time of year we all fear! Well, maybe not fear, but we all know that it’s the season for sweets, treats, travel and staying fit hits the back burner. Here are some great tips for staying focused on your health this holiday ...
Benefits of Exercise on Your Bone Health
By Dr. Emilia Ravski Exercise has many benefits! There is much discussion on how regular exercise can improve cardiovascular endurance, increase strength and maintain a healthy weight as well as prevent many diseases such as diabetes and high blood ...
9 Exercises We Modified to Help You Avoid Knee Pain
Do you experience knee pain that makes working out difficult? Dr. Yim has helped develop some great tips and recently shared them with LiveStrong.com. Here are 9 great exercises you can modify so you can stay fit in comfort. Thank you to Dr. Yim for ...
You Are What You Eat: Should We Be Scared of Butter?
You are what you eat seems to be the theme in a recent article we read from the New York Times. Diet and eating healthy continues to be a trending topic, especially among Millennials. What’s healthy? What’s too much? Should I eat 100% ...
10 Tips for Cold Weather Exercise with Arthritis
10 Tips for Cold Weather Exercise with Arthritis Fall (and winter!) are right around the corner, and while it’s tempting to huddle up on the sofa on cold days, arthritis knows no season. A lack of activity can cause your joints to become stiff, ...
The Problem with Stem-Cell Clinics
Stem-cell transplants are only approved for a handful of rare conditions—but that hasn’t stopped for-profit clinics from using them for a host of cosmetic and medical issues, including orthopedics. A website for five affiliated stem-cell ...
Meet Angelyna - Bone Cancer Awareness
Meet Angelyna! She was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma. What is Osteosarcoma? It's the most common type of bone cancer in children and young adults. It most commonly arises in the wide ends of long bones, such as the femur and tibia in the upper and ...
New Report: Why Osteoporosis Remains Undiagnosed
Report reveals why millions of people with osteoporosis remain undiagnosed and untreated An International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) report issued for World Osteoporosis Day identifies 10 major care gaps and solutions to the global healthcare ...
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