Unleashing High Performance with Rapid Recovery Reality: A Personal Trainer’s Triumph Over Hip Osteoarthritis
Discover the inspirational journey of Goran, a celebrated personal trainer from Chicago’s North Shore, who triumphed over hip osteoarthritis through Dr. Shah’s revolutionary Rapid Recovery Reality technique.
Hip joint preservation is an innovative approach to keep your hip joints healthy, functioning, and to keep you moving pain-free. By using non-surgical or surgical techniques, you can prevent or delay the need for hip replacement surgery.
Join Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Ritesh Shah and Karen Brownlee, a personal trainer and adult program coordinator at the NSYMCA in Northbrook, as they discuss “Syaing Hip” – in the 37th Virtual YMCA Education Series Program hosted by Illinois Bone & Joint Institute and North Suburban YMCA.
A former professional figure skater, Anthony was a four-time national medalist who started skating at age 6. His dad wanted him to be a well-rounded athlete and wished for him to play hockey. Instead, coaches quickly recognized Anthony’s gift and grace for figure skating.
A study presented in March by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) found that people are seeking joint replacements earlier in life
Ritesh Shah, MD, chief of orthopedic surgery at Chicago-based Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, said adopting new technology and having a multimodal pain pathway were among seven factors needed for the best outcomes in outpatient total joint replacements.
Orthopedic surgeon, Ritesh Shah, M.D. has been honored with the IJS Innovation Trailblazer Award of Excellence acknowledging early adoption of intellijoint HIP into his practice
When faced with an upcoming surgery, you might be presented with an unexpected option: Do you want to have your surgery in the hospital or in an ambulatory surgery center (ASC), a fully licensed facility that performs surgeries on an outpatient basis?
An estimated 1 million Americans will undergo knee or hip replacement surgeries this year, and most will be given narcotics to deal with the pain. It’s just that sort of surgery-opiate cycle that is helping to fuel the opioid epidemic in this country. But one Chicago doctor has found a way to perform surgery with little or no narcotics.
America’s struggle with the growing opioid epidemic has swept national headlines, with some reports estimating that 91 people die every day in the United States from the overuse of opioids.