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From everyday life and activities, to recreational and competitive sports; keeping you active is our business. Our expert team will work with you to determine the best treatment available for your specific needs.
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Orthopaedic problems can be caused by overuse, a sudden injury or develop over a length of time. Sometimes pain may be centered in a specific body part, but actually be caused by an issue in a different body area. We’ll determine the cause of your problem and get you on the best road to recovery for you.
Common conditions by body part are:
HealthPartners is committed to providing the highest quality of care for orthopaedic injuries and diseases. We work with specialists throughout our system to coordinate your care and offer programs targeted at specific areas.
From the weekend warrior to the elite athlete, we will work with you to understand the impact of sport on your body and how to avoid injury. If an injury does occur, we will work to get you back to being active as quickly and safely as possible. For information about sports specific care:
HealthPartners team of experts will work with you to identify your goals. We offer both non-surgical and surgery options to best meet your needs. HealthPartners Joint Program, working with Regions Hospital, is one of the few Joint Commission certified programs in the region, representing the highest quality of care.
Our orthopaedic trauma surgeons are among the best in the nation. We are ready 24/7 to care for any traumatic injuries and work with other specialists to meet all your needs. HealthPartners cares for you throughout your lifetime with programs in pediatric, adult and geriatric trauma.
Find a doctor for your specific needs.
We have a doctor to care for your particular injury. Members of our care team stay active themselves and understand the importance of getting back to doing the things you love.
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National Osteoporosis Month
According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, by 2020, half of all Americans over age 50 are expected to have low bone density or osteoporosis. The good news is that there are ways to protect your bones and reduce your chance of osteoporosis by following the below tips.
Gerontological Nurse Practitioner who strives to reduce fractures through bone health education.
- Exercise for healthy bones. Weight-bearing exercises, like walking, jogging and tennis, are great ways to help build up bone density.
- Get the right nutrients. Try to consume foods rich in calcium, vitamin D and protein, which help to build strong bones and muscle strength.
- Know your family health history. You are at an increased risk of developing osteoporosis if someone in your family has been diagnosed with it, ask about your family’s history of bone health and share this information with your provider.
- Talk to your provider. Ask about your osteoporosis risk factors, when you should get a bone density test and steps you can take to prevent osteoporosis.
- Avoid smoking. Smoking has been shown to be bad for your skeletal health and can lead to bone loss.