The shoulder is a “ball-and-socket” joint made up of the upper arm bone (humerus), shoulder blade (scapula) and collarbone (clavicle). This joint is the most flexible one in the body and allows for a full range of motion, but also makes the shoulder a common source of injury and instability.
The constant use of the lower extremities makes them an easy target for injury and overuse, specifically in the knees. Walking, sitting, and standing all put pressure on our knees and most athletic activities rely on a health knees for agility and function.
Knee pain from injuries and other ailments effect thousands of people in the US each year.
The elbow is a complex joint that consists of the upper arm bone (humerus) and one of the lower arm bones (ulna) connected by a hinge, or a joint that only moves in one direction.
Although many of these conditions can be treated through conservative methods, but some may require surgery to effectively relieve pain and restore function to the joint.
Hand And Wrist
Most common hand conditions and injuries may be treated with simple non surgical care. Critical to treatment is establishing the correct diagnosis done by evaluation and appropriate diagnostic studies. When non surgical care fails hand surgery may be required.
Foot And Ankle
The constant use of the lower extremities makes them an easy target for injury and pain, specifically in the feet. Walking, sitting and standing all put pressure on our feet and most athletic activities rely on them as well.
The causes of foot pain are typically due to common ailments that affect thousands of people in the US each year.
Dr. Glousman provides medical opinions and expert treatment for workers compensation injuries. He has extensive experience in treating the injured worker from numerous occupations.
Dr. Glousman employs the latest methods to help the worker return back to their pre-injury state.
Sports medicine is an orthopaedic specialty that emphasizes the understanding of athletic injuries through diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. Years of research and education have provided sports medicine specialists with the ability to help prevent injuries.
The rehabilitation programs developed to treat established injuries have allowed athletes to return back to their sport in a quick and safe manner.