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  • Why is a Stretching Routine Key to Caring for Your Arthritis?

    If you suffer from arthritis, and your symptoms are flaring up, moving your body can seem all but impossible. Although it may seem counter-intuitive, there are many reasons why getting your joints moving is exactly what you want to do. First, physical activity improves the circulation of nourishing blood flow to the joints as well as synovial fluid, the joint lubricant that keeps things moving with minimal friction. Exercise also strengthens joints’ supportive structures— the muscles, ligame...

  • Know the Facts for National Arthritis Awareness Month

    The month of May is recognized as National Arthritis Awareness Month. Arthritis is a disease that impacts more than 58 million Americans, making it the number one cause of disability in the country. The first step in taking control over your arthritis is to know the facts behind this debilitating disease. A few notable facts about the disease: More than 58 million Americans have been diagnosed with arthritis There are more than 100 different forms of this crippling disease It affects an estimat...

  • America’s Favorite Pastime & Joint Pain: How to Avoid and Treat Injuries from Baseball

    Baseball is good for the soul, as any avid fan will tell you, but it can be hard on the joints. Non-professional adult baseball and softball leagues are gaining in popularity across the country as a fun way for adults to stay active. However, many could begin suffering from lingering joint pain, especially if they are a former baseball player or other type of athlete. Throwing injuries, especially of the shoulder, wrist, and elbow, are often experienced by baseball players, frequently caused by ...

  • Gardening Season: 7 Tips for Tending to Your Joints and Your Flowers

    For the past several weeks, those colorful harbingers of spring – crocuses, daffodils, tulips – have begun to make their way out of the ground for their spring debut. In many regions of the U.S., planting season has begun! For many, gardening is an enjoyable and often healthy low-impact activity for those with arthritis, however it is important to take proper precautions as gardening has the potential to aggravate pre-existing joint pain — especially of the wrists, shoulders, and knees....

Patient Stories

  • Why is a Stretching Routine Key to Caring for Your Arthritis?

    If you suffer from arthritis, and your symptoms are flaring up, moving your body can seem all but impossible. Although it may seem counter-intuitive, there are many reasons why getting your joints moving is exactly what you want to do. First, physical activity improves the circulation of nourishing blood flow to the joints as well as synovial fluid, the joint lubricant that keeps things moving with minimal friction. Exercise also strengthens joints’ supportive structures— the muscles, ligame...

  • Know the Facts for National Arthritis Awareness Month

    The month of May is recognized as National Arthritis Awareness Month. Arthritis is a disease that impacts more than 58 million Americans, making it the number one cause of disability in the country. The first step in taking control over your arthritis is to know the facts behind this debilitating disease. A few notable facts about the disease: More than 58 million Americans have been diagnosed with arthritis There are more than 100 different forms of this crippling disease It affects an estimat...

  • America’s Favorite Pastime & Joint Pain: How to Avoid and Treat Injuries from Baseball

    Baseball is good for the soul, as any avid fan will tell you, but it can be hard on the joints. Non-professional adult baseball and softball leagues are gaining in popularity across the country as a fun way for adults to stay active. However, many could begin suffering from lingering joint pain, especially if they are a former baseball player or other type of athlete. Throwing injuries, especially of the shoulder, wrist, and elbow, are often experienced by baseball players, frequently caused by ...

  • Gardening Season: 7 Tips for Tending to Your Joints and Your Flowers

    For the past several weeks, those colorful harbingers of spring – crocuses, daffodils, tulips – have begun to make their way out of the ground for their spring debut. In many regions of the U.S., planting season has begun! For many, gardening is an enjoyable and often healthy low-impact activity for those with arthritis, however it is important to take proper precautions as gardening has the potential to aggravate pre-existing joint pain — especially of the wrists, shoulders, and knees....

Product/Clinical

  • Why is a Stretching Routine Key to Caring for Your Arthritis?

    If you suffer from arthritis, and your symptoms are flaring up, moving your body can seem all but impossible. Although it may seem counter-intuitive, there are many reasons why getting your joints moving is exactly what you want to do. First, physical activity improves the circulation of nourishing blood flow to the joints as well as synovial fluid, the joint lubricant that keeps things moving with minimal friction. Exercise also strengthens joints’ supportive structures— the muscles, ligame...

  • Know the Facts for National Arthritis Awareness Month

    The month of May is recognized as National Arthritis Awareness Month. Arthritis is a disease that impacts more than 58 million Americans, making it the number one cause of disability in the country. The first step in taking control over your arthritis is to know the facts behind this debilitating disease. A few notable facts about the disease: More than 58 million Americans have been diagnosed with arthritis There are more than 100 different forms of this crippling disease It affects an estimat...

  • America’s Favorite Pastime & Joint Pain: How to Avoid and Treat Injuries from Baseball

    Baseball is good for the soul, as any avid fan will tell you, but it can be hard on the joints. Non-professional adult baseball and softball leagues are gaining in popularity across the country as a fun way for adults to stay active. However, many could begin suffering from lingering joint pain, especially if they are a former baseball player or other type of athlete. Throwing injuries, especially of the shoulder, wrist, and elbow, are often experienced by baseball players, frequently caused by ...

  • Gardening Season: 7 Tips for Tending to Your Joints and Your Flowers

    For the past several weeks, those colorful harbingers of spring – crocuses, daffodils, tulips – have begun to make their way out of the ground for their spring debut. In many regions of the U.S., planting season has begun! For many, gardening is an enjoyable and often healthy low-impact activity for those with arthritis, however it is important to take proper precautions as gardening has the potential to aggravate pre-existing joint pain — especially of the wrists, shoulders, and knees....

Fitness/Health

  • Why is a Stretching Routine Key to Caring for Your Arthritis?

    If you suffer from arthritis, and your symptoms are flaring up, moving your body can seem all but impossible. Although it may seem counter-intuitive, there are many reasons why getting your joints moving is exactly what you want to do. First, physical activity improves the circulation of nourishing blood flow to the joints as well as synovial fluid, the joint lubricant that keeps things moving with minimal friction. Exercise also strengthens joints’ supportive structures— the muscles, ligame...

  • Know the Facts for National Arthritis Awareness Month

    The month of May is recognized as National Arthritis Awareness Month. Arthritis is a disease that impacts more than 58 million Americans, making it the number one cause of disability in the country. The first step in taking control over your arthritis is to know the facts behind this debilitating disease. A few notable facts about the disease: More than 58 million Americans have been diagnosed with arthritis There are more than 100 different forms of this crippling disease It affects an estimat...

  • America’s Favorite Pastime & Joint Pain: How to Avoid and Treat Injuries from Baseball

    Baseball is good for the soul, as any avid fan will tell you, but it can be hard on the joints. Non-professional adult baseball and softball leagues are gaining in popularity across the country as a fun way for adults to stay active. However, many could begin suffering from lingering joint pain, especially if they are a former baseball player or other type of athlete. Throwing injuries, especially of the shoulder, wrist, and elbow, are often experienced by baseball players, frequently caused by ...

  • Gardening Season: 7 Tips for Tending to Your Joints and Your Flowers

    For the past several weeks, those colorful harbingers of spring – crocuses, daffodils, tulips – have begun to make their way out of the ground for their spring debut. In many regions of the U.S., planting season has begun! For many, gardening is an enjoyable and often healthy low-impact activity for those with arthritis, however it is important to take proper precautions as gardening has the potential to aggravate pre-existing joint pain — especially of the wrists, shoulders, and knees....

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Jeff LaMaster founded LaMaster Medical in 2005.  Over the years, LaMaster Medical has evolved into an orthopedic solutions company that provides a unique combination of the best network of orthopedic manufacturers along with the most professional sales expertise and customer service available in the industry.  It is our vision to facilitate the process of providing our customers the best orthopedic solutions in order to get their patients back to a healthy and active lifestyle.  LaMaster Medical is a leading provider of orthopedic solutions to surgeons throughout the Southeast.