Winter Weather Safety

It’s been a long, cold winter for Mid-Staters and according to Punxatawny Phil, we still have a few more wintry weeks to face. Winter brings a certain austere beauty to the landscape. And with that beauty comes the potential for accidental injury. If you have made it this far without injury, we are thankful. It […]

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OIP now has an appointment reminder app!

RemindMe App Features… • Confirm or Request a Reschedule of your appointment. • Automatic entry and alarms on your device’s calendar. • Customize your reminder preferences. • Directions and special instructions from the office. To download the RemindMe App on your Apple iPhone or iPod Touch, simply visit the Apple App Store, search “Talksoft” and […]

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Keeping Your Bones Strong for Life

According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation,  “of the estimated 10 million Americans with Osteoporosis, about 80% of them are women.  And, one in two women over 50 will experience a fractured bone due to osteoporosis.”  Osteoporosis is a loss of bone density causing the bones to become weaker. With this staggering statistic in mind, it […]

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How a Warm-Up Routine Can Save Your Knees by Gretchen Reynolds

Summarized by AJ Fenske, 4/24/2014 For anyone who’s torn their A.C.L. or another sports-related knee injury, this article is the one you wish you had read and implemented at the beginning of that fated season.  A.C.L. injuries are most common in sports such as football, soccer, basketball, volleyball, and even skiing. Players of these sports would […]

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Holidays bring good cheer, family and friends, presents, and exercise. Yes, exercise!

Exercise The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans recommend 60 minutes of moderate, daily activity for kids. As you age, try 30 minutes of activity, 5 days a week, while mixing in some strength training.  That kind of movement boosts bone health, muscle mass, keeps your mind sharp, cuts the risk for major diseases like diabetes […]

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The Giving Spirit

The staff of OIP are getting into the holiday spirit of compassion and giving this week. On Wednesday we held a canned food drive and will be donating 16 boxes of food to the Cupboard at Calvary food pantry. The Cupboard is one of the missions at Calvary United Methodist Church in Harrisburg and is a […]

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New “Airselect” Walking Boot Offered By OIP’s DME Department

OIP is now supplying a new walking boot in our DME department.  The Airselect puts comfort, control and healing in the hands of the patient with the most advancement available in a walking boot. Beneath its exterior are technological advances that work together to enhance treatment and to improve overall results. The Airselect walking boot […]

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OIP Supports The Toys for Tots Program

This year, the staff at the Orthopedic Institute of Pennsylvania set out collection boxes at their Camp Hill and Harrisburg offices to collect unwrapped toys for the United States Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program.  The donations received are distributed to the less fortunate children throughout the local community. We collected an overwhelming amount […]

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Bones of PA Conference

OIP was well represented at last week’s Bones of PA conference! So many incredible speakers this year. We are infinitely grateful for all the people that worked so hard to put together this invaluable conference. To learn more about Bones of PA, please visit their website at: www.bonesofpa.com

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Orthopedic Injury Clinic – Independence Day Hours

The Orthopedic Injury Clinic will be “OPEN” on Independence Day (7/4) and on the weekend (Saturday – 7/5 and Sunday 7/6) from 9am to 6pm at our Camp Hill location – 3399 Trindle Road, Camp Hill, PA 17011. Have an acute orthopedic injury or need orthopedic advice? Call our 24/7 Orthopedic Injury Clinic Hotline by […]

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