What’s life without movement? Edward-Elmhurst Health orthopedic experts can help you get back to all the activities you love most in life. Learn more about orthopedic conditions, treatment options and our top-of-the-line joint replacement procedures.
When is it Time for a Hip Replacement?
By Dr. Ravi Bashyal
An interesting fact: Many people who get a hip replacement say their only regret is they wish they had one sooner.
Eight Tips to Prevent Sports Injuries
By Dr. Patrick Birmingham
Whether you are a professional athlete or weekend warrior, getting sidelined from a favorite activity is the worst.
Four Common Hand and Upper Extremity Injuries
By Dr. Steven Lanier
Learn about four common types of these injuries along with how they are diagnosed and treated.
We’re moving Forward Together
By Healthy Driven Chicago
Click below to find out what this merger means for you, what the new, merged, health system looks like, and what you can expect moving forward.
Five Common Hand, Wrist and Elbow Conditions
By Dr. Kushal Patel
At some point during your life, you’ll likely be affected by a hand, wrist or elbow condition. Most of the time these conditions heal on their own with rest but, occasionally, they are more persistent ...
Lena’s Story: “The level of care changed my quality of life.”
By Ryan Sullivan
Lena Williams, 56, is always on the move, whether it’s enjoying fun destination cruises with her family, dancing the night way in heels (she loves House Music and “Stepping”) or hustling through an airport to ...
Ariana’s Story: “They fixed me and I’m back to feeling like myself again.”
By Dr. Zahab Ahsan
When Ariana Ikis, 17, first felt a twinge of shoulder pain while playing softball, she brushed it off. But eventually her pain progressed from a minor inconvenience to major discomfort.
“I ended up with a constant ...
Five Tips to Ease into an Exercise Routine
By Dr. Kellen Choi
Getting fit requires consistency – and that means staying healthy and injury free.
How Are Rotator Cuff Injuries Treated?
By Dr. Zahab Ahsan
Two million Americans visit their doctors with a rotator cuff issue every year.