Blog Articles

Basketball and Wrestling: Two Great Reasons to Take Yoga

In 1981, a young Herschel Walker admitted to studying ballet at the University of Georgia. According to Walker, “Ballet really works your body. Most people (not just guys) don’t have the guts to step into a ballet class...

Dec 10th, 2019
These Boots Aren't Made for Walkin'

Did you know wearing tight, narrow, high-heeled shoes can aggravate bunions? A bunion (medical term: hallux valgus) is a bony prominence that develops at the joint at the base of the big toe...

Feb 11th, 2019
Sad on the Sidelines: Reducing the Risk of Football Injuries

It’s been confirmed that San Francisco 49ers quarterback, Jimmy Garoppolo, tore his ACL in the game against Kansas City on 9/23 taking him out of the game for the season. And while Coach Kyle Shanahan is confident he’ll come back next year, physicians...

Oct 24th, 2018
Plantar Fasciitis: A Battle You Can Usually Win Alone

Plantar Fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain. Approximately 10% of people will suffer from this condition during their lifetime. Runners and people who are on their feet every day all day are at a greater risk...

Aug 7th, 2018
My Left Foot. . .Now Showing in 3D

Step into Standing CT and get the most accurate diagnosis for your injury. Perimeter Orthopaedics is the only practice in North Atlanta that offers true 3d weight bearing CT imaging of the foot and ankle...

Jul 25th, 2018
Ten Tips for a Safe, Fun and Happy Summer

1. Protect your knees and back when gardening or working outdoors: Kneeling on a cushion or using tools with extenders can make yard work more enjoyable and help prevent muscle strain...

May 14th, 2018
How Do Pro Athletes Heal So Quickly?

Ever wonder why professional athletes heal so quickly? Team doctors consider a variety of therapies, from conservative to holistic to emerging, to get their patients back in the game...

Feb 6th, 2018
Count Down to the Top 12 Sports Injuries

Can you guess the top 12 sports with injuries that resulted in trips to the E.R? It’s worth noting that in most cases a popular sport will cause more injuries. Injury data does not show the number of injuries per player; ...

Jan 2nd, 2018
Who Gets Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

What does a violinist; butcher and dental hygienist have in common? All work in occupations that predispose them to carpal tunnel syndrome...

Dec 10th, 2017
Not All Surgery Centers are Created Equal

Perimeter Outpatient Surgical Associates (POSA) has achieved re-accreditation by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). Accreditation distinguishes orthopedic ambulatory surgery centers from ...

Sep 7th, 2017