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How Police Officers Can Protect Their Knees

2019-06-10T18:35:04+00:00

Police work is a physically demanding job that places great strain on the body. Officers carry extra weight with their gear belts and vests, and they often are in physically compromising situations that can injure or cause pain in the joints. Police officers can experience back and hip pain more commonly, but they can also [...]

How Police Officers Can Protect Their Knees 2019-06-10T18:35:04+00:00

Local 12’s Liz Bonis interviews orthopedic surgeon Frank Noyes on his latest research for What’s Happening in Health

2019-05-31T14:33:32+00:00

Recently, reporter Liz Bonis interviewed Dr. Noyes and his patient Katie Sloneker on a new treatment option to build ACL strength following surgery. Dr. Noyes’ research on the method, which involves restricting blood flow while exercising, has found that it helps patients build the strength they need to prevent re-injury or qualify for surgery in [...]

Local 12’s Liz Bonis interviews orthopedic surgeon Frank Noyes on his latest research for What’s Happening in Health 2019-05-31T14:33:32+00:00

Dr. Noyes to Give Keynote Address in Pune, India

2019-04-11T20:26:24+00:00

Dr. Frank Noyes will deliver the Keynote Address to over 1,000 Orthopaedic Surgeons at the 9thAnnual Pune Knee Course in Pune India, April 26-27, 2019.  Dr. Noyes will be providing instruction on knee surgery techniques that he has developed for many knee disorders including ligament injuries, cartridge injuries and osteotomies. From the Pune Knee Course [...]

Dr. Noyes to Give Keynote Address in Pune, India 2019-04-11T20:26:24+00:00

Blood Flow Restriction Featured on Local 12 News

2019-04-10T18:04:34+00:00

Dr. Noyes is one of few doctors studying the benefits of blood flow restriction training as a key role in rehab after a knee injury.  Featured on Local 12 News, he explains how blood flow restriction training is helping to get athletes back on the field stronger and with decreased injury risk. Watch Video  

Blood Flow Restriction Featured on Local 12 News 2019-04-10T18:04:34+00:00

Knee Pain and Pregnancy: A Guide for the Expectant Mother

2019-03-19T15:13:54+00:00

If you're expecting a baby, you also deal with changes to your own body. Women often experience aches and pains during pregnancy. Many women also have weight gain, gait changes, and even differences with how they sit or rest. All of these changes can affect your knees. Knee pain is unfortunately common during pregnancy, but [...]

Knee Pain and Pregnancy: A Guide for the Expectant Mother 2019-03-19T15:13:54+00:00

Is Osteochondral Autograft Transfer Right for You?

2019-02-01T21:06:30+00:00

Are you one of millions of Americans that experience chronic pain? Nearly 20% of those that suffer from pain feel it most in their knees, where delicate cartilage can rip and tear from a sudden injury or simply wear away over time. Read on to discover more about the important role cartilage plays and if [...]

Is Osteochondral Autograft Transfer Right for You? 2019-02-01T21:06:30+00:00

Run Like a Girl: Female Guide to Preventing Running Knee Problems

2019-03-19T15:09:37+00:00

One of the most popular sports among both men and women is running. It's accessible, doesn't require much equipment, and is inexpensive. However, male and female runners have different needs, and their bodies have subtle differences. Female runners can be prone to more frequent knee injuries, especially if they are not careful about training. If you [...]

Run Like a Girl: Female Guide to Preventing Running Knee Problems 2019-03-19T15:09:37+00:00

ACL Tears in High School Football

2019-03-19T15:10:06+00:00

High School Football Players and ACL Tears: Avoiding Serious Damage Football is an intense sport that may injure players who don't take the time to condition themselves properly. ACL tears are one of the most serious of these injuries. Parents of football players need to know how to avoid these problems and how surgery can [...]

ACL Tears in High School Football 2019-03-19T15:10:06+00:00