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Jeremy Sherman, PT, offers physical therapy services to people of all ages at Bone & Joint Physical Therapy in Medford.
Jeremy has expertise in post-surgical rehabilitation, sports medicine, and general orthopedics. He is also knowledgeable about gait training and throwing injuries. Jeremy also holds certification in Trigger Point Dry Needling.
Physical therapy speeds recovery from surgery and orthopedic injuries.
Jeremy works with each individual to develop a customized treatment plan. Using his expert knowledge of body mechanics, Jeremy helps people recover from surgery and sports injuries. With his training in dry needling, he can manipulate painful muscular trigger points to relieve pain and improve movement.
Christian L. Tomski, PA-C, is a physician assistant board-certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. He provides general orthopedic and sports medicine care.
As a physician assistant, Christian provides high-quality, comprehensive care. He assists Dr. Halverson with surgical cases in the operating room and sees patients at Bone & Joint’s Plover and Rib Mountain locations.
Christian Tomski has a special interest in joint replacement. He also has specialized training in foot and ankle orthopedic surgery. He helps people as they prepare for and […]
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.
Snap, crackle, and pop! It makes a catchy slogan for a breakfast cereal. But when you hear those noises in your knee, they are a cause for concern, especially when accompanied by pain.
Some people hear sounds like crackling tissue paper when they bend or straighten their knees.
Known as crepitus, the noise occurs when air bubbles are trapped in the synovial lining of the joint. It is usually harmless. But, when the crackling sounds combine with pain, the symptoms may point to a serious condition, like arthritis.
At other times, snapping sensations, cracking, and popping are symptoms of the conditions below.
Tendonitis is a condition that describes the inflammation of the tendon.
Tendons are collagen-fiber tissues that connect the bones and muscles, which allow the body to move. There are thousands of tendons in the body. They allow each joint of the body to bend, flex, or rotate during movement.
As the tendon becomes inflamed, it swells and causes pain and stiffness during movement. Usually, people feel tendonitis pain near the joint. It’s often confused with arthritis.
Tennis elbow, trigger finger, De Quervain’s syndrome, and runner’s knee are common conditions affecting the tendons. Of course, tendonitis can also affect the shoulders, ankles, and toes.
Samantha joined Bone & Joint in March 2021. She works to improve her patients’ flexibility and range of motion so they can return to the activities they love. Samantha has special interests in sports medicine, general orthopedics, injury prevention, dry needling, and concussion management.
“Bone & Joint has given me the opportunity to meet people from a wide variety of backgrounds and has allowed me to help them meet their goals,” said […]