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Dr. Honkamp gives information on arthritis
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Dr. Honkamp gives information on arthritis

Patients frequently ask me “What exactly is arthritis?” In a nutshell, arthritis is wearing away of the cartilage, which is the protective coating on the ends of bones. Click here to read the full article.

January 4, 2014September 15, 2017by
DMOS Physician and Jingle Bell Run Medical Honoree Featured on WHO Radio
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DMOS Physician and Jingle Bell Run Medical Honoree Featured on WHO Radio

Check out the video to hear DMOS physician and Jingle Bell Run Medical Honoree, Dr. Vittetoe, discuss the common signs of arthritis. On Saturday, December 14th, DMOS will participate in the 2013 Jingle Bell Run/Walk to raise funds to fight arthritis. The 2013 Arthritis Foundation Jingle Bell Run will be held at DMOS – West...

December 7, 2013September 15, 2017by
DMOS Partners with the Arthritis Foundation for a successful Jingle Bell Run!
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DMOS Partners with the Arthritis Foundation for a successful Jingle Bell Run!

The face of arthritis may be different than you imagined. Little Maci Brooker and her family have found that out the hard way. It’s families like this that make DMOS proud to partner with the Arthritis Foundation to raise money to find a cure for this debilitating disease that affects 564,000 Iowans each year. On...

December 7, 2013September 15, 2017by
DMOS to host the 2013 Jingle Bell Run
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DMOS to host the 2013 Jingle Bell Run

DMOS is proud to support the Arthritis Foundation in their quest to raise money and awareness of Arthritis, a condition affecting one in five adults nationwide, 300,000 children nationwide, and over 564,000 people in Iowa.The 2013 Arthritis Foundation Jingle Bell Run will be held at DMOS – West location at 6001 Westown Parkway, West Des...

November 25, 2013September 15, 2017by
Dr. Jason Sullivan gives advice on Rotator Cuff Tears
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Dr. Jason Sullivan gives advice on Rotator Cuff Tears

Certain signs such as night pain, difficulty with overhead activities and functional weakness can indicate a rotator cuff tear. If the tears are painful or cause weakness, then they should be addressed. Typically early treatment is conservative with anti-inflammatories and physical therapy, assuming it is not an acute injury. Read more about Dr. Sullivan’s advice...

October 15, 2013September 15, 2017by
Des Moines Orthopaedic Surgeons was named a Top Place to Work
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Des Moines Orthopaedic Surgeons was named a Top Place to Work

“It is an honor to be named one of Iowa’s Top 100 Companies to Work for in 2013,” says Kevin DeRonde, Corporate Administrator at DMOS. “We truly are a family. Our patients are an extension of that and it’s an honor to treat them.” And this honor means even more, knowing it is the employees...

October 4, 2013September 15, 2017by