Roger Gregush, DO, is an orthopedic surgeon who is fellowship-trained in adult joint reconstruction. Dr. Gregush sees patients at Bone & Joint’s clinics in Rib Mountain and Plover, Wisconsin.
Dr. Gregush specializes in complex hip and knee revisions. He performs total joint replacements in the knee, hip, and shoulder, as well as post-traumatic joint reconstruction. Besides these specialties, Dr. Gregush provides other aspects of orthopedic surgical care, including:
Robotic Assisted Total Knee and Total Hip Arthroplasty
Direct Anterior Approach Minimally Invasive Total Hip Arthroplasty
Kelly woke up on Saturday morning with a ripping, tearing feeling in her left forearm. She didn’t remember hitting or straining her arm in any way that would cause intense pain
To relieve her discomfort, Kelly moved her arm into different positions. But the sensation continued. Whether she held her hand at her side or put it over her head, the ripping ache did not stop. Later in the day, Kelly realized her arm the pain increased when she typed or drove her car.
You’re reading your X-ray results, and you see,” Enthesophyte seen at the plantar fascia region.”
Of course, you immediately boot up your computer and search the Internet to find out what an “enthesophyte” is. You find that it’s a type of bone spur.
These small bony calcium growths can occur anywhere in the body but are most common in the feet, spine, fingers, hips, knees, and other joints. Since most bone spurs form in response to osteoarthritis, they are more common in people who are 60 years old or older.
According to Marybeth Ezaki, MD, past president of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, hand therapy “can make the difference between success and failure in complex hand surgical cases.”
Hand therapy became a specialty to address the unique and specialized treatments needed to restore the complex arm movements from the shoulders to the wrists, hands, and fingertips.
Hand therapists have expert knowledge of hand and arm anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology. They use proven therapy methods to increase the movement of the hand, forearm, or wrist after a person experiences a movement-limiting illness, injury, or surgery.
Dupuytren’s disease is a condition described as an overgrowth of collagen in the fascia, the thin layer of connective tissue under the skin. Collagen is a naturally occurring protein in the body that supports bones and connective tissues and provides elasticity for the skin. One-third of the body’s protein is thought to be some type of collagen.
What are the initial symptoms of Dupuytren’s Contracture?
When the condition first appears, symptoms are noticeable but do not cause pain. Small bumps or nodules may appear on the palm close to the base of the ring and small fingers. […]
From the jump ball that starts the game until the final buzzer, basketball sends ten players sprinting and dribbling up and down the court to sink a basket.
All the jumping, running and changing direction can take its toll on players’ bodies.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Health Statistics Reports, based on 2011 to 2014 data, basketball injuries topped the list of injuries (343,000) for people between the ages of 15 and 24 and ranked third (264,000) for players who were 25 years old and older.
Basketball’s fast-pace puts players at risk for many types […]