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When Is It Time for a Joint Replacement?

James P. Jamison, M.D. For the person experiencing significant pain in the hip or knee from osteoarthritis, I always run through the same checklist of questions: How much pain are you having on a scale of 1-10? Is there pain with sitting? Does the pain it awaken you at night? Do you have pain with […]

“Why Does My Knee Hurt and What Can I Do to Treat It?”

By James P. Jamison, MD Knee pain can arise from a number of causes. It may start fairly suddenly, known as acute, or it can be a gradual onset and may last longer, known as chronic pain. Acute knee pain is usually due to an injury or an inflammatory problem, while chronic knee pain is […]

Answers to 5 Common Questions About Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

By Dr. Michael P. Miladore, M.D. Do you suffer from numbness, tingling and pain in your hands? Maybe you’re not sure what is causing these symptoms. A common condition that might be the root cause is carpal tunnel syndrome. Here are five of the most commonly asked questions about this condition. 1. What is carpal […]

3 Possible Reasons for Pain in the ‘Hip’

By James P. Jamison, M.D. When a patient asks about why his or her hip hurts, I often ask the patient to point to where the pain is. If the patient points to the groin, the front of the thigh or to the buttock, then the source of the pain may well be the hip […]