How I can help you feel and perform Better Than Ever! #Orthopedicsurgery

How I can help you feel and perform Better Than Ever! #Orthopedicsurgery



I want to help you feel and perform your best, regardless of age or injuries.
I’m Dr. David Geier, double-board certified orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist. Whatever you love to do, I want to help you perform physically better than you ever have.

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4 Responses to "How I can help you feel and perform Better Than Ever! #Orthopedicsurgery"

  1. Dr. David Geier   25 February، 2020 at 18:49

    Due to medico-legal concerns and the sheer number of questions I receive from these videos, I can no longer answer questions left in the comments. If you have a medical issue and would like more information, go to https://www.drdavidgeier.com/resources/ for other ways I can help you.

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  2. Kimmie Superstar   25 February، 2020 at 18:49

    My Doc told me I have osteopenia in my affected bone that I had ORIF surgery on. Said it's lazy. What does this mean? I've got a fight ahead of me since I'm 44yrs old and had a total hysterectomy over ten yrs ago. I'll be taking a bone density test. In your own practice,what do you usually recommend to a pt with early onset osteopenia? 🙁🤔

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  3. Abdur Rauf   25 February، 2020 at 18:49

    I had meniscus surgery 3 days ago, after my MRI report shows complex grade IIIc tear of lateral meniscus. I had an accident and still i m unable to walk and my doctor advised me to put half of my weight and use stick for walk. What exercises i do to get on my feets completely and how long?

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  4. i like jumping #9   25 February، 2020 at 18:49

    hello sir,
    i am a volleyball player my age is 20.
    i am suffering from a knee injury.
    my MRI shows that i have focal inferior medical high grade condral fissure of (1.3mm)
    i don't have pain now but i have grinding and it starts pain if i put load on it.
    which treatment option is best for me?
    doctors suggest physiotherapy but can physiotherapy heal my knee damage?

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