A funny-sounding condition tied to a sluggish rear end is no joke. A Michigan Medicine specialist explains the disorder (and how to avoid it).
Bones and Muscles and Joints (Orthopaedics)
Treatment at Michigan Medicine allowed one cerebral palsy patient to live independently, which led to Orlando and a job at Walt Disney.
When a meniscus tear left a patient with unbearable pain, his search for answers led to the Michigan Medicine orthopaedic surgery team — and, soon after
Spring has sprung and so has baseball season. One athletic trainer offers easy tips to remember when your student athlete heads back to the diamond.
The condition that affects a young “Stranger Things” actor has recently captured public attention.