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June 15, 2021Blog Post

We've all heard it; drink water.  But how much water is enough?  Is water enough?  What about electrolytes?  What even are electrolytes?!

Dr. Curtis Hanson, from...

May 18, 2021Blog Post

The weather is getting warmer, the days are getting longer. With more people engaging in sports and working in their yards, there is an increased risk of knee injuries - the most common being a torn meniscus.  Sports medicine physician,...

April 22, 2021Blog Post

Injured knee, sprained ankle, or possible broken bone? Where is the best place to get the care you need? Here’s a quick guide to help you figure out where to go in the event of an orthopaedic injury. Knowing where to go can save you...

March 3, 2021Blog Post

Wake Orthopaedics Sports Medicine Center's Dr. Mark Wood sat down to discuss minimally invasive options for your painful shoulder if conservative methods have failed.  Luke...

May 26, 2020Blog Post

With the weather warming up and restrictions being lifted, you and your family are most likely itching to get back to resuming activities and playing sports again.  When you are returning to play, whether it be from coming off of an injury or an...

May 1, 2020Article

Practice Updates

As always, our patients and staff are our number one priority.  As Wake Orthopaedics works to navigate this rocky climate, we want to ensure that our patients have the information they need in order to...

February 26, 2020Blog Post

Athletic injuries have always been a part of the game, and tennis is no different.  As an orthopaedic hand surgeon and former collegiate tennis player, I have seen everything from simple tendonitis to full ligament tears in athletes.  In the past...

February 7, 2020Blog Post

Whether you have been living with painful joints for years or just recently noticed pain during daily activities, you undoubtedly have questions.  Dr. Curtis Hanson...

September 24, 2019Article

Dr. Gurvinder Deol performed the first Orthofix M6 artificial disc replacement in Raleigh, NC. The recently FDA approved design is the only artificial disc that incorporates an artificial nucleus (made from polycarbonate urethane) and a woven...

July 17, 2019Article

Wake Orthopaedics' Dr. Gurvinder Deol performed the first Mazor X Stealth edition operative case in North Carolina, at WakeMed Cary Hospital. Since Medtronic's U.S. release of the Mazor X Stealth edition earlier this year, less than a handful of...

July 9, 2019Article

Professional Research Consultants (PRC) recently named the 2019 winners in the National Excellence in Healthcare Awards and Wake Orthopaedics is honored to have Dr. Mark Wood recognized for his 5-Star excellence in care. The 5-Star award...

March 23, 2017Blog Post

Unlike many orthopaedic issues, the risk of an ACL injury or tear does not increase with age.  Instead, ACL tears are most closely linked to participation in sports like soccer, basketball, lacrosse and skiing where there are bursts of activity...

November 18, 2015Article

Wake Ortho’s Dr. Curt Hanson discussed a new technology for knee replacement surgeries with WRAL’s Dr. Allen Mask.

A new 3D approach offers knee implants...

November 13, 2015Article

Wake Ortho’s Dr. Mark Wood discussed sports injury prevention with Mr. James Alverson from 99.9 The Fan. Dr. Wood’s interview will be featured during high school...

February 4, 2015Article

Dr. Conor Regan was recently published in Spine, The Revision Rate and Occurrence of Adjacent Segment Disease After Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion: A Study of 672 Consecutive Patients, 15 December 2014, Volume 39, Issue 26, p 2143-2147...

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