An MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) uses a powerful magnet to take photos inside the body while a computer records changes in your body’s magnetic field. This allows doctors to diagnose a disease, illness, injury, or condition. Computer images from MRI can create a 3-D image of the inside of your body. MRI is also much safer than…

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    Wondering what is new with Mendelson Kornblum? Look no further! Our practice has been busy making healthcare safer, smarter, and an overall better healing experience for our patients! Check it out! Summer 2020 Newsletter Winter 2020 Newsletter    

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Call our office to schedule your visit today and get on the road to recovery! When should I talk to my doctor about knee replacement surgery? That’s a question you and your orthopedic surgeon will have to answer together. But when knee pain is so bad it actually interferes with the things you want or…

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Article Featured on AAOS Your visit with an orthopedic surgeon is an important meeting that can be most effective if you plan ahead. Research shows that patients who are more involved with their care get better results. The following checklist will help you become more active in your healthcare and get the most out of each office…

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Hip pain in women can result from wear and tear, overuse, and a few other causes. Here are the most common culprits. Does your hip hurt? As with other types of chronic pain, women tend to experience it more than men. But because hip pain can have a number of different causes, determining the correct one…

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Are you suffering from bunion pain? Podiatrist, Dr. Jeffrey B. Klein, can explain the changes a bunion makes to your foot and develop a successful treatment plan to get you back to pain-free walking. Bunions are progressive, they don’t go away, and will usually get worse over time. Not all cases are alike – some bunions…

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Hips and knees are by far the most commonly replaced joints in the U.S. Joint replacement involves removing damaged bone and cartilage and replacing them with artificial components made from metal and plastic to relieve joint pain and restore mobility . Although a total joint replacement—also known as arthroplasty—is usually necessary only when other treatments…

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Orthopedic surgery can provide welcome relief for a wide range of conditions that may affect bones and joints. Yet it’s an option most patients would prefer to avoid whenever possible, primarily due to concerns about being sidelined by a lengthy recovery process. Whether you are dealing with knee pain from a damaged anterior cruciate ligament…

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One of the most important purchases on any parent’s shopping list should be a pair of proper fitting shoes for their child. Dr. Jeffrey B. Klein with Mendelson Kornblum Orthopedics would like to share several important factors that parents should consider while back to school shopping:   Children’s Feet Change with Age. Shoe and sock sizes…

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