Tagged Bones

Dr. Andre Fontana: Born To Be A Wild Doc

Posted on November 12, 2012 to AOC Physician Articles

Dr. Andre Fontana of Alabama Orthopaedic Clinic P.C. Physician specializing in Arthroscopy, Adult Orthopaedics, Shoulder, Foot and Knee Surgery First Job: Working in an auto parts store First Car: Nash Metropolitan Favorite Song: Steppenwolf’s Born to Be Wild What advice would you give your High School self? Study harder Who has helped you the most […]

Tagged: Alabama Orthopaedic, AOC, Bones, Dr. Fontana, orthopedic, shoulder

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Own Your Next Triathlon

Posted on September 6, 2012 to AOC Physician Articles

Phillip Bradley, AOC’s Director of Occupational Therapy, is participating in the Alabama Coastal Triathlon this weekend. Phillip and his wife, Kathryn, will be heading down to Gulf Shores this Friday to kick off the weekend event. Along with the Bradley’s, AOC’s Dr. Wayne Cockrell will also be participating in the triathlon. Phillip gave us some […]

Tagged: Alabama Orthopaedic, AOC, aoc sports, bone doctor, Bones, Dr. Wayne Cockrell, sports injury, Training, triathlon

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MRI Cross Sections of Leg Muscles. Interesting & Eye Opening.

Posted on February 8, 2012 to AOC Physician Articles

Want to look and feel younger? Then get up. A recent study in The Physician and Sports Medicine Journal states that it is the lack of physical activity, NOT aging, that increases your risk of losing muscle tone and strength. Poor nutrition, sedentary living, and other lifestyle choices (such as not exercising regularly) can leave […]

Tagged: active lifestyle, aging, Alabama Orthopaedic, AOC, bone doctor, Bones, Broken bones, MRI, sedentary

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