Kaylee works with people of all ages and specializes in balance and fall prevention, shoulder injuries, and women’s pelvic floor rehabilitation. Kaylee also helps people recover from orthopedic injuries and surgical procedures.
As a physical therapist, Kaylee takes the time to talk to her patients, assess their condition, and determine their goals. Her goal is to restore as much pain-free movement and normal function as possible so her patients can enjoy a higher quality of life and maintain independence.
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
In Wisconsin, fall is the season for hunting. And the two go together like Cheeseheads and the Green Bay Packers. Take care and stay safe this hunting season.
Hunting is not for everyone. But those who take part are dedicated to the sport. It’s tradition. Hunters plan and prepare for months before the season opener. Scouting out the best spots. Constructing hunting blinds. And airing out clothing to remove all human scent.
Surprisingly, even though the sport of hunting uses equipment designed for deadly force, […]
Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure. It allows orthopedic surgeons to look inside the body. Providers can diagnose and repair injuries to the joints or the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and cartilage in the body.
During the surgery, the surgeon makes a series of button-hole-sized incisions near the injured or diseased area. Then the surgeon inserts a thin tube holding a micro-camera into each incision. As the surgeon guides the camera through the affected area, the camera projects video images onto a monitor.
Arthroscopy allows the surgeon to see what’s happening inside the body without major surgery.
People who have had surgery or who have suffered an injury that limits the movements of their shoulders, elbows, wrists, or hands benefit from specialized therapy.
The complex system of muscles, ligaments, and tendons that allow your hands and fingers to grasp objects and your shoulders and wrists to rotate need a unique level of care.
A hand and upper extremity therapist knows how each joint and muscle connects to the next create the intricate movements of your arms and hands. He or she can help you gain and maintain a healthy range-of-motion.
Reverse shoulder replacement is a total shoulder replacement procedure.
The term “reverse” often causes a bit of confusion. Some people assume the surgery is performed on the back of the shoulder. But actually, the procedure gets its name from the placement of the ball and socket during the reconstructive surgery.
During traditional shoulder replacement surgery, a metal ball and plastic socket are placed in the same position as they occur naturally in the arm. The metal ball is placed on the top of the arm (humerus), and the durable plastic socket is placed on the end of […]
Your shoulder aches. It hurts to move your arm to the side or lift it out in front of you. Putting your wallet or cell phone in your back pocket is almost impossible because of the pain. That tightness and pain when you move your shoulder.
The tightness and pain may be a sign of shoulder impingement due to bursitis or tendonitis.
Bursitis is actually the inflammation of the bursa, the jelly-like sacs found between your bones, muscles, tendons, and skin. Normally, this pod of fluid decreases the friction and irritation between two layers of tissue. However, when the bursa […]
Douglas Keele, DO, is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist who joined Bone & Joint in 2010.
Dr. Keele specializes in arthroscopy, direct and anterior total hip replacement, total knee replacement, dislocations, elbow and shoulder injuries, fractures, foot and ankle injuries, and joint reconstruction.
“Medicine is constantly evolving,” said Dr. Keele. “And today the delivery style of medicine has changed. My goal is to educate my patients. I want to make them aware of the multiple treatment options available to them and the risks and benefits of each. Then, together, we make the best decision […]
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 […]