Because each article is written by a physician, readers can be assured that the information contained in each publication is 100-percent correct.
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) October 04, 2014
Banner CORE Center for Orthopedics, a facility that specializes in orthopedic care, recently announced the launch of its website’s “Ask The Expert” section. This new component contains informational articles—written by specialists—that aim to educate readers about the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of spine, bone, joint, and muscle diseases.
According to the Phoenix physical medicine website, “Ask the Expert’s” most written about topics include the ankles, feet, hand injuries, joint pain, osteoporosis, shin splints, sports injuries, and carpal tunnel syndrome. The articles are categorized by ailment and indicate the author besides the title. Because each article is written by a physician, readers can be assured that the information contained in each publication is 100-percent correct.
At this time, Banner CORE Center for Orthopedics’ writers include Damon Adamany, who specializes in hands and carpal tunnel syndrome; John Toth, who writes about minimally invasive surgery for HIP, and Steven Myerthall, whose specialty is Total Joint.
Additionally, Michael Latteier is in charge of writing about pain after hip replacement, Mark Campbell writes about ankle replacement, and Daniel Aschenbrener specializes in joint pain and aging and fortifying the bones. Robert Cercek specializes in joint replacement surgery and Arash Araghi’s area of expertise is the shoulder.
Individuals interested in learning more about Banner CORE Center for Orthopedics and its orthopedic surgeons Phoenix AZ services can visit the company’s website for additional information. Clients are also welcome to follow Banner CORE Center for Orthopedics on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and YouTube for frequent updates about the sports medicine Phoenix company’s work.
About Banner CORE Center for Orthopedics:
The Banner CORE Center for Orthopedics was developed in partnership between Banner Health and The CORE Institute to provide an unsurpassed continuum of care for orthopedic patients, from initial consultation through rehabilitation services. Physicians participating in this program are held to a series of quality metrics and standardized protocol to ensure the best outcomes are achieved for orthopedic patients. Built upon the foundation of subspecialty orthopedic offerings provided at Banner Health and The CORE Institute, the facility’s orthopedic surgeons focus on the early deployment of new research tools, innovative technologies, evidence-based care and standardized protocol, allowing for full and complete orthopedic care. For more information, please visit http://www.bannercorecenter.com