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Effects of Leg Alignment

One of the risk factors to knee injury and arthritis is a congenital or genetic malalignment of the lower extremity. We commonly refer to legs that are either bow-legged (varus) or knock-kneed (valgus) as being malaligned. When the leg is not perfectly straight, the weight-bearing access of the leg is not balanced and this can lead to ligament, cartilage, and meniscus problems in some patients. When planning treatment for injury to the knee one important consideration is the axial alignment of the leg. …

Free assessment of sports injuries

OSI is now offering a free Sport Triage Clinic to athletes of all ages. …

Welcome to OSI!

It's official. The Orthopedic Specialty Institute is now open. Here's how you can learn more about us…

OSI Begins Orthopedic Research

OSI has created a research division that will conduct a variety of orthopedic studies…

A Passion for Patient Outcomes

Dr. Lyman's mentor honored with prestigious Excellence in Surgery award. …

Dr. Lyman's Research Published in "Cartilage"

Dr. Lyman's research on cartilage's ability to respond to injury was published in the January issue of "Cartilage," a medical journal that publishes articles related to the musculoskeletal system. Dr. Lyman's research demonstrated that cartilage has some ability to respond to injury, but in a different way than was previously thought. Cartilage cells appear to migrate into injured areas and may in some circumstances resurface damaged cartilage, according to the research.…