Norton Orthopedic Institute and the Arthritis Foundation

Norton Orthopedic Institute is proud to partner with the Arthritis Foundation. Through our partnership, we offer educational programs to arthritis patients throughout the year.

These free programs give you the latest information about diagosing, treating and living with arthritis diseases. A panel of arthritis health care professionals leads each program.

Previous forum topics have included:

  • The Team Approach to Managing Arthritis
  • Women and Arthritis
  • Nonsurgical Treatments for Arthritis
  • Tips for Healthy Hips: Understanding Osteoarthritis of the Hip

Click here to learn more or register for our next forum.

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Trouble getting around? Don’t confuse cervical myelopathy symptoms with aging

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That fabulous handbag may be causing pain and damage to your body

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The Schroth method: Noninvasive treatment for scoliosis gaining popularity in the US

Scoliosis affects about 7 million people in the U.S. People with scoliosis have an abnormal curve in their spine, which can vary in severity. For those who need treatment, options range from physical therapy, such […]

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New joints allow teen cancer survivor to walk again

It was prom, and Trinity Goodson felt like a princess. The Pekin, Indiana, junior spent the day perfecting her nails, makeup, and hair. After she posed for pictures, she headed to the car for a […]

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From injured athlete to sports medicine doctor

For a self-described “nerd who loves sports,” it’s no surprise that Nyagon G. Duany, M.D., has built a successful career in sports medicine and orthopedic surgery in Louisville and Southern Indiana. Her specialties with Norton […]

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Trouble getting around? Don’t confuse cervical myelopathy symptoms with aging

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You have a thing for bags. The bigger the better, right? Sure, a big, fabulous bag might be able to hold everything you want to carry with you, but all that extra baggage is doing […]

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It was prom, and Trinity Goodson felt like a princess. The Pekin, Indiana, junior spent the day perfecting her nails, makeup, and hair. After she posed for pictures, she headed to the car for a […]

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