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Dr. Robert Stockton – Tips to maintain spinal health

Dr. Robert Stockton – Tips to maintain spinal health

Dr. Robert C. Stockton, DO, Orthopedic Spine Surgery, Comprehensive Orthopaedics outlines five ways to maintain spine strength: build core and back muscles as well as flexibility, get good quality sleep, practice good posture and ergonomics and limit sitting, wear...

Comprehensive Orthopaedics joins the Network of Distinction Program

Comprehensive Orthopaedics joins the Network of Distinction Program

Comprehensive Orthopaedics became part of the Network of Distinction program. Hospitals, health systems and physician groups selected into the Network of Distinction all have low rates of complications and below-average episode prices – and deliver high quality and...

Comprehensive Orthopaedics Receives 2021 Best of Wallingford Award

Comprehensive Orthopaedics Receives 2021 Best of Wallingford Award

Comprehensive Orthopaedics Receives 2021 Best of Wallingford Award Wallingford Award Program Honors the Achievement WALLINGFORD April 19, 2021 -- Comprehensive Orthopaedics has been selected for the 2021 Best of Wallingford Award in the Orthopedic Physician category...

Top Ten Ideas to Cope during COVID

Top Ten Ideas to Cope during COVID

Get out and enjoy the fresh air at least once a day for 30 min. If you’re concerned about others outside try early morning or evening or try less traveled roads.  If you are high risk try opening the windows.  Fresh air helps lift the spirits! Find time to move every...

Staying Active Duringthe Coronavirus Pandemic

Staying Active Duringthe Coronavirus Pandemic

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic can make it challenging to maintain a physically active lifestyle. COVID-19 is spread by someone sneezing or coughing into the air or onto a surface, and then the virus enters and infects a new person through their mouth, nose or...

Most people wait too long for knee replacement surgery, study says

Most people wait too long for knee replacement surgery, study says

Living with knee pain? A new study has found that 90% of Americans with osteoarthritis suffer too long before having a knee replacement that could improve their quality of life. "When people wait too long, they lose more and more function and can't exercise or be...