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  •    |    |    |    |    « « The Arthritis Source Welcome to the Arthritis Source, part of the UW Department of Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine web site

  • The Department of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine The and the offer subspecialized surgical care for arthritis patients

  • UW surgeons provide the most current approaches for patients with arthritis affecting: UW Rheumatoid Arthritis Service The UW Medicine at offers a specialty program for rheumatoid arthritis

  • The provides health care, support, and information to optimize the health, comfort, and productivity for individuals with: Affiliations Physicians in the Department of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine and on the Rheumatoid Arthritis Service work closely with the and with other UW specialists to provide information on the latest medical and surgical treatment methods

  • Making an appointment You may make your own appointment with an arthritis surgeon in the Department of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine or with a physician on the Rheumatoid Arthritis Service or you may be referred by your physician or other specialist

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  •    |    |    |    |    Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine at the University of Washington The fellowship-trained surgeon faculty of University of Washington Department of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine provides expert and personalized surgical approaches to the bone and joint problems that threaten the comfort and function of thousands of individuals each year

  • Do you have questions about bone & joint conditions? Use our natural language search engine to search UW Orthosource, including hundreds of informative articles and videos written by and featuring Department of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine faculty and surgeons

  • Department News August 5, 2006   The UW Medicine Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine program continues to rank among the best in the nation, according to U.S.News & World Report's 2006 annual guide to, updated in its July 17 issue

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  • The Stone Foundation at The Stone Clinic 3727 Buchanan Street • San Francisco CA 94123 • • (415) 563-3110 The following has been provided to assist persons using search engines to find appropriate medical information on this web site that might be hidden by nested tables Avoiding knee replacement for knee injury or arthritis The Stone Foundation for Sports Medicine and Arthritis Research was founded in 1995 to evaluate research at The Stone Clinic in San Francisco

  • The Foundation conducts research in advanced surgical techniques for orthopaedic sports medicine

  • Following are highlights of current programs supported by The Stone Foundation: Special Interest in Advanced Surgical Techniques for Orthopedic Medicine Dr

  • Stone is an orthopaedic surgeon in San Francisco California who specializes in sports medicine with a special interest in knee injuries, knee knee surgery, shoulder injuries and shoulder surgery

  • The preliminary data was accepted by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons for presentation at their Annual Meeting in 1997, the Orthopaedic Research Society annual meeting in 1998, the European Society of Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy in 1998, The International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery, and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine in 1999, and multiple presentations and publications since.


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  • Faculty members serve on the editorial boards of several medical and scientific journals, including the Journal of Experimental Medicine, Journal of Immunology, Modern Rheumatology (Japan), Molecular Biology Reports, and Clinical Immunology

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  • Medications to control pain Doctors prescribe medicines to eliminate or reduce pain and to improve functioning

  • Doctors consider a number of factors when choosing medicines for their patients with osteoarthritis

  • The following types of medicines are commonly used in treating osteoarthritis: Acetaminophen: A medication commonly used to relieve pain, acetaminophen (for example, Tylenol) is available without a prescription

  • Other medications: Doctors may prescribe several other medicines for osteoarthritis

  • Corticosteroids: Corticosteroids are powerful antiinflammatory hormones made naturally in the body or man-made for use as medicine

  • Because most medicines used to treat osteoarthritis have side effects, itÂ’s important to learn as much as possible about the medications you take, even the ones available without a prescription

  • Questions To Ask Your Doctor or Pharmacist About Medicines How often should I take this medicine? Should I take this medicine with food or between meals? What side effects might occur? Should I take this medicine with the other prescription medicines I take? Is this medication safe considering other medical conditions I have? Surgery For many people, surgery helps relieve the pain and disability of osteoarthritis

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  • BARTH, M.D., is chairman of the section of rheumatology at Washington Hospital Center, and professor of medicine at George Washington University Medical Center, both in Washington, D.C

  • He received a medical degree at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, Bronx, N.Y., and completed a residency in internal medicine at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St

  • She received a medical degree at the University of Korea College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea, and completed a residency in internal medicine at Washington Hospital Center

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