One patient's real-life experience, what to expect when getting a cast and more.
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Health Lines May 2016

Different Person, Same Orthopedic Surgeon 

Elizabeth knew exactly which surgeon she wanted to perform her wrist procedure after witnessing the care that Dr. Wong provided to her husband. 
A family affair

What to Expect When the Unexpected Happens

Breaking a bone usually comes as an unpleasant surprise - but getting a cast won’t be a surprise at all, if you watch our latest video blog. 
Fast forward to fracture healing

Out for the Season and into Recovery

In a recent Medical Fitness Network blog, Dr. Joseph Kou discusses Sacramento Kings NBA player Rudy Gay’s ruptured Achilles tendon.
Can he bounce back?

Save the Date

Calling all young athletes: Our annual Pass to Play sports physical event is set for July 29, 2017.
Registration opens April 15

Ortho Tip of the Month

Play favorites

Favor your larger joints, and spare your smaller joints. For example, carry objects with your palm up to distribute weight evenly along your forearm, as opposed to relying on your fingers.

Meet the Doctor

Charles F. Preston, M.D.

“I like working with student athletes and weekend warriors. I’m proud to be a community resource for sports medicine, exercise performance and injury prevention.” 

Learn about the doctor who serves his MOS patients and the community >>

Muir Orthopaedic Specialists | (925) 939-8585

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