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720 Florsheim Drive , Libertyville, Illinois, United States - 60048
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Dr. Christ J Pavlatos, Board Certified in Orthopedic Surgery and Internal Medicine, earned a Bachelor of Science from Loyola University Chicago and a Doctor of Medicine (MD) from the University of Illinois College of Medicine. He completed his first residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Illinois Hospitals and Clinics and the second one in Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Pavlatos then completed a Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Surgery Fellowship at the American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham, Alabama. A Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from Northwestern University Kellogg Graduate School of Management was another feather on his cap.

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  • University of Illinois, College of Medicine, Chicago 1982
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Clinic at Libertyville

720 Florsheim Drive , Libertyville, Illinois, United States - 60048

Phone +18472474000

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Physical therapy can relieve pain, improve limited function and regain decreased strength resulting from an accident, accessory health condition, or orthopedic surgery.

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The ultra-wide bore of this MRI system is designed for patient comfort and pristine image quality.

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HOW DO I KNOW IF A KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY IS REQUIRED?
Category: ORTHOPEDICPosted On: 29-Apr-2022
#BACKPAIN
<p>If your knee pain has become so severe that it is interfering with your daily activities, it's time to consult an orthopedic surgeon about a knee replacement. When non-surgical options such as physical therapy, medications, or a walking aid are no longer effective, knee replacement surgery may be recommended.</p><p>HOW COMMON ARE KNEE REPLACEMENTS?</p><p>In many hospitals, knee replacement surgery has become a standard procedure. In the United States, approximately 600,000 total knee replacements are performed each year. The procedure entails replacing the failing knee joint with a prosthetic that performs the same functions as your knee did previously.</p><p>WHAT ARE SOME OF THE INDICATORS THAT I REQUIRE A KNEE REPLACEMENT?</p><p><br></p><ul><li>Stiffness in the knees or... Continue Reading
Back Pain During Pregnancy, Should You Visit an Orthopaedic Surgeon?
Category: ORTHOPEDICPosted On: 29-Apr-2022
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<p>Back pain and Orthopaedic surgeon are a match made in heaven. Orthopedic surgeons are well-versed in the complex structure of the spine and its surrounding tissue, thanks to years of intensive training. They provide a wide range of treatment options to help patients manage pain and correct back conditions and injuries.</p><p><br></p><p>However, you may believe that back pain is to be expected when you're pregnant. As a result, you may believe that you should just put up with it. You don't have to suffer through the pain when you have options like an Orthopaedic surgeon. Let's go over some things to think about when deciding whether or not you need to see an Orthopaedic surgeon for your pregnancy-related back pain.</p><p><br></p><p>When Back Pain Makes It Difficult to Be Comfortable and... Continue Reading
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Stiff shoulders after rotator cuff repair may be less likely to require revision surgery
Topic: Digital HealthPublished On: 29-Apr-2022Source: Healio
Patients were matched for calendar year of surgery. Millican C, et al. March 22-26, 2022; Chicago.Millican C, et al. Presented at: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting. Read Full Article
Role and Effectiveness of Intra-articular Injection of Hyaluronic Acid in the Treatment of Knee Osteoarthritis: A Systematic Review
Topic: Digital HealthPublished On: 29-Apr-2022Source: Cureus
In 24 (63.2%) studies, HA was used as high molecular weight preparation in eight (21%) as low molecular weight preparation while in six studies the information was not available. In 24(63.2%) studies HA was used as high molecular weight preparation in eight (21%) as low molecular weight preparation while in six studies the information was not available. In the majority of the studies, HA was given as a single injection (52.6% studies) or weekly... Read Full Article
When You Have No Cartilage in Your Knee
Topic: Digital HealthPublished On: 29-Apr-2022Source: Verywell Health
Ways to cope with cartilage loss include: Loss of cartilage in the knee can cause irreversible damage to the underlying bones that form the knee joint. The most common cause of loss of cartilage in the knee joint is knee osteoarthritis. Cartilage in the knee begins to wear down over time from repetitive stress to the knee joint. An unloader knee brace stabilizes the knee to limit side-to-side movement while allowing the knee to bend and extend... Read Full Article

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