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Meniscus Surgery: Tips on Myths and Facts

Posted in Blog, Press Releases | April 26, 2017

Dr. Kevin Plancher with Plancher Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine explains key details about surgery to repair or replace knee cartilage New York, NY & Greenwich, CT (PRWEB) April 26, 2017 There’s no mistaking the negative effects a tear in the knee’s meniscus – the C-shape of cartilage cushioning the space between the thighbone and shinbone – […]

Dr. Plancher provided opinion for Energy Times on getting good golf shoulders

Posted in Blog | April 10, 2017

Getting Good Golf Shoulders 4/10/17 Spring is coming and the links are calling…but will your shoulders be ready for tee time? “Playing golf well relies heavily on the strength and fitness of the muscles, tendons and joints in the shoulders just to drive the ball off the tee,” says orthopaedic surgeon Kevin Plancher, MD, ofPlancher […]

Time to Tee Up: Preparing Your Shoulders for Golf Season

Posted in Press Releases, Shoulder Injuries | April 4, 2017

Dr. Kevin Plancher with Plancher Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine explains golf-related shoulder injuries and offers tips on preseason conditioning. New York, NY & Greenwich, CT (PRWEB) April 04, 2017 As temperatures rise with the start of spring, so do golfers’ hopes for their next eagle or hole in one. But such feats aren’t possible unless golfers’ […]

Dr. Plancher was published in Westchester Family Magazine: Prevent Baseball Shoulder Injury

Posted in In the News | April 4, 2017

Prevent Baseball Shoulder Injury By Kevin Plancher, M.D., April 4, 2017 As the warm weather approaches young athletes will begin hitting the baseball fields for spring training. In the spirit of competition, it will be tempting for these young athletes to start throwing and swinging for the rafters. However, a little pre-season conditioning is vital […]

Dr. Plancher was featured in Healthy Aging on Collagen Meniscus Implants

Posted in In the News | March 24, 2017

Dr. Plancher was published in Healthy Aging on collagen meniscus implants for the knee. Read more here. https://healthyaging.net/healthy-lifestyle/collagen-meniscus-implants-knee/

New and Here Now: Collagen Meniscus Implants for the Knee

Posted in Blog | March 22, 2017

Dr. Kevin Plancher with Plancher Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine details newest treatment he performs for torn knee cartilage. New York, NY & Greenwich, CT (PRWEB) March 22, 2017 There’s no question our knees take a beating every day, but now there’s a new treatment option for those who’ve been plagued by knee pain stemming from damage […]

Dr. Plancher was featured in Newsmax Health on a New Fix for Tennis Elbow

Posted in In the News | March 8, 2017

Tennis Elbow Fix: New Technique Eases Pain for Weekend Warriors By Charlotte Libov   |   Wednesday, 08 Mar 2017 A new technique that relieves severe tennis elbow faster and more quickly than traditional surgery can provide relief for this painful condition, a top expert says. “In the past, there have been types of surgical options available to relieve […]

Dr. Plancher was quoted in Health’Sass about running on a treadmill

Posted in Blog | March 2, 2017

THURSDAY, MARCH 02, 2017 You may be using the treadmill wrong Especially at this time of year, many people exercise indoors–even runners. But orthopaedic surgeon Kevin D. Plancher, founder of  Plancher Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, says you may be injuring your knees if you don’t run at a slight incline. A zero-percent incline, he explains, […]

Protect Your Knees While Running on the Treadmill

Posted in Blog, Fitness, Injury Prevention | March 1, 2017

Dr. Kevin Plancher with Plancher Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Offers Tips That Can Lead to Fewer Knee Injuries – “A Small Incline.” New York, NY & Greenwich, CT (PRWEB) March 01, 2017 March 2017 – All year round the treadmill represents freedom for many runners, especially in the winter months when people don’t want to stop […]

Energy Times featured Dr. Plancher in an article about Home Cycling

Posted in In the News | February 13, 2017

As seen on the Energy Times Facebook Page: February 13, 2017 Getting the Most from Your Home Cycling Workout Even as baseball spring training begins, winter is still in full force for many areas of the country–which means many people are working out indoors while waiting for that warm weather to arrive. Home cycling is […]

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