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We hear the stories of friends, acquaintances or fitness gurus who swear by workouts so intense practitioners vomit or can’t move afterwards – but starting an intense workout regimen could be very dangerous – and even deadly. Super intense workouts could lead to a condition known as rhabdomyolysis, which occurs when muscle tissue is injured
Dr. Benjamin Domb participates in a Q&A regarding Fenwick grad, Creighton basketball player, Jade Owens. Owns & Domb both talk about a hip labral tear, repaired by Dr. Domb getting Owens back on the court.
At 20 years old, Taylor Munn didn’t think knee surgery would be in her near future. A dislocated knee cap in 2015 made surgery her only option. Munn eventually became the first patient at Silver Cross Hospital to undergo the MACI procedure.
Windy City Life “Ask the Doctor” appearance by Benjamin Domb, MD. Ryan’s orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Benjamin Domb, took questions from viewers for a “Ask the Doctor” segment. He talked about a common injury pregnant women endure, preventing common injuries, protecting knees when training and arthritis in pinky fingers. Watch Dr. Domb’s TV Appearance
Drs. Anuj Puppala and Jason Hurbanek answered questions and discussed: Arthritis of the Hip & Knee Non-Surgical Joint Pain Treatment Options Total Knee & Hip Replacement Lockport Township’s AARP Chapter Breakfast July 25, 2017 | Prairie Bluff Golf Course
To show her gratitude to Drs. Bernard Feldman, Jason Hurbanek and Physician Assistant Sheri Lask, one very generous patient delivered unique gifts for each.
Vaginal tears are regularly discussed as a birth complication—but hip tears? You don’t hear much about those. But medical experts report more and more women that have a torn hip labrum as a result of giving birth, according to Benjamin Domb, MD, medical director at American Hip Institute and director of orthopedic surgery at Adventist