Over the years, we have received feedback from our patients about how Movement Orthopedics has helped them. We are proud to share some of these patient testimonials below.

We invite you to explore our comprehensive list of resources and educational materials designed to help educate you about your orthopedic condition or treatment. Choose a topic below to learn more.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding your condition or treatment, please feel free to contact Movement Orthopedics in Clinton Township, Michigan, at (586) 436-3785. To request an appointment, use our secure online appointment request form.

This information is intended for educational and informational purposes only. It should not be used in place of an individual consultation, examination, or the medical advice of your doctor. This information should not be relied upon to determine a diagnosis or course of treatment.

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Joint replacement is one of the most effective treatments for debilitating knee or hip pain that is unresponsive to more conservative therapies.

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A Guide To Arthroscopy

Achilles Tendon Tear & Repair

ACL Tear & Reconstruction – Knee Ligament Injury

Ankle Replacement

Ankle Sprain & Instability

Anterior Hip Replacement

Aquatic Therapy


Arthrocentesis – Pain Management

Artificial Cervical Disc Replacement

Artificial Lumbar Disc Replacement

Bennett’s Fracture – Fracture of the Base of the Thumb

Bite Injuries – Animal Bites

Bite Injuries – Human Bites

BOTOX for Pain Management

Boutonniere Deformity – Finger Deformity

Boxer’s Fracture – Knuckle Fracture of the Pinky



Carpal Instability – Wrist Ligament Injury

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Endoscopic Release Surgery

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Open Release Surgery

Cartilage Tears

Cervical Degenerative Disc Disease – Spinal Cord and Nerve Compression

Cervical Facet Radiofrequency Neurotomy – Neck

Cervical Radiculopathy – Cervical Nerve Compression

Cervical Selective Nerve Root Block – Neck

Cervical Spondylitic Myelopathy – Spinal Cord Compression

Clavicle Fracture – Broken Collar Bone

Claw Toe

Coccydynia – Tailbone Pain

Cold Therapy

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) – Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD)

Concussion (TBI)

Congenital Hand Differences

Costovertebral Block

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome – Ulnar Nerve Transposition (Elbow)

Degenerative Disc Disease – Spine Degeneration

deQuervain’s Tendonitis – Wrist Tendonitis

Diabetic Foot


Dupuytren’s Disease

Electromyography (EMG) – Nerve Test

Electrotherapy – Pain Management

Epidural Injections – Low Back (Lumbar)

Epidural Injections – Neck (Cervical Transforaminal Steroid Injection)

Epidural Injections – Upper Back (Thoracic)

Exercise Therapy – Pain Management

Extensor Tendon Injuries (Hand)

Facet Injections – Pain Management

Facet Joint Syndrome – Pain Management

Femur Fracture – Broken Thigh Bone


Flexor Tendon Injuries (Hand)



Ganglion Cysts – Foot

Ganglion Cysts – Wrist/Hand Lumps and Bumps

Golfer’s Elbow – Medial Epicondylitis


Hallux Rigidus (Stiff Big Toe)

Hammer Toe

Hamstring Muscle Injuries

Hand Dislocations

Hand Nerve Injury and Repair

Hand Therapy

Heat Therapy

Heel Pain

Heel Spurs

Herniated Disc – Pain Management

Herniated Disc Cervical/ACDF – Slipped Disc in the Neck

Hindfoot Fracture (Heel/Ankle Joint)

Hip Fracture – ORIF

Hip Resurfacing

Humerus Fracture – Broken Upper Arm

Interscalene Brachial Plexus Block

Kienbock’s Disease (Wrist)

Knee Arthroscopy

Knee Tendon Bursitis – “Goosefoot”

Laminaplasty- Cervical Spine – Pain Management

Lisfranc Fracture Dislocation (Midfoot)

Low Back Pain

Lumbar Discectomy

Lumbar Radiofrequency Neurotomy – Pain Management

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Mallet Finger Injury – Baseball Finger

Mallet Toe

Massage Therapy

Meniscus Tear – Knee Cartilage

Metatarsal Fracture (Forefoot)

Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement – Arthroplasty

Minimally Invasive Knee Replacement – Arthroplasty

Minimally Invasive Lateral Access Spine Surgery

Minimally Invasive Posterior Fusion Spine Surgery

Morton’s Neuroma (Foot)

Myofascial Release

Neck Pain

Nerve Conduction Velocity (NCV) Test

Neuromuscular Re-education

Neuropathy – Nerve Pain

Occupational Therapy: An Overview


Osgood-Schlatter Disease (Knee Pain)

Osteoarthritis of the Knee


Pain Management – An Overview

Pain Management – Arthrocentesis

Pain Management – Facet Injections

Pain Management – Prolotherapy

Pain Management – Trigger Point Injections

Pain Management – Viscosupplementation Therapy

Partial Knee Replacement

Patellar Tendon Tear

Patellofemoral Syndrome – Kneecap Problems

Pediatrics – Bite Injuries, Human Bites

Pediatrics – Congenital Hand Differences

Pediatrics – Fractures

Pediatrics – Little League Syndrome, Pitcher’s Elbow

Pediatrics – Scoliosis, Curvature of the Spine

Pediatrics- Bite Injuries, Animal Bites

Percutaneous Disc Nucleoplasty

Peripheral Neuropathy

Phantom Limb Pain

Physical Therapy: An Overview

Pitcher’s Elbow – Little League Elbow

Plantar Fasciitis

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy

Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) Tear

Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction – Acquired Flatfoot

Preparing for Surgery

Progressive Strengthening

Progressive Strengthening Exercises

Prolotherapy – Pain Management

Radial Tunnel Syndrome (Forearm)

Rehabilitation – Balance Retraining and Vestibular Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation – Gait Training

Rehabilitation – Hand Therapy

Rehabilitation – Myofascial Release

Rehabilitation – Neuromuscular Re-education

Rehabilitation – Progressive Strengthening

Rehabilitation – Shoulder Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation – Transfer Training

Reverse Shoulder Replacement

Rheumatoid Arthritis of the Hand

Rotator Cuff Tear & Repair

Scaphoid Fracture – Broken Wrist


Scoliosis – Curvature of the Spine

Sesamoid Fracture & Sesamoiditis (Big Toe)

Shin Splints

Shoulder Arthroscopy

Shoulder Impingement Syndrome – Shoulder Tendonitis

Shoulder Rehabilitation

Skier’s Thumb

Spinal (Lumbar) Fusion/Lumbar Spinal Stenosis – Pinched Nerves in the Back

Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS) for Pain Relief

Spinal Stenosis

Spondylolisthesis – Slipped Vertebrae

Spondylolysis – Stress Fracture of Spine- Pain Management

Spondylolysis – Stress Fracture of the Spine

Sprains & Strains

Stellate Ganglion Block

Stress Fracture – Leg and Foot

Swan Neck Deformity – Finger Deformity

Tendon Transfers


Tennis Elbow – Lateral Epicondylitis

Thoracic Facet Radiofrequency Neurotomy – Upper Back

Thumb CMC (Basal Joint) Arthroplasty – Thumb Joint Reconstruction

Tibia Fracture – Broken Shinbone

Toe Fracture

Total Hip Replacement

Total Knee Replacement

Total Shoulder Replacement

Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex (TFCC) Injury – Wrist Sprain

Trigger Finger and Trigger Thumb

Trigger Points & Trigger Point Injections

Ultrasound Therapy – Pain Management/Rehabilitation

Viscosupplementation Therapy – Pain Management


Whiplash – Chiropractic Treatment

Wrist Fracture – Open Reduction and Internal or External Fixation


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This information is intended for educational and informational purposes only. It should not be used in place of an individual consultation or examination or replace the advice of your health care professional and should not be relied upon to determine diagnosis or course of treatment.

The iHealthSpot patient education library was written collaboratively by the iHealthSpot editorial team which includes Senior Medical Authors Dr. Mary Car-Blanchard, OTD/OTR/L and Valerie K. Clark, and the following editorial advisors: Steve Meadows, MD, Ernie F. Soto, DDS, Ronald J. Glatzer, MD, Jonathan Rosenberg, MD, Christopher M. Nolte, MD, David Applebaum, MD, Jonathan M. Tarrash, MD, and Paula Soto, RN/BSN. This content complies with the HONcode standard for trustworthy health information. The library commenced development on September 1, 2005 with the latest update/addition on February 16, 2022. For information on iHealthSpot’s other services including medical website design, visit www.iHealthSpot.com

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The pain of arthritis can be debilitating. When that pain is combined with restricted mobility, arthritis can impair your daily activities, making the condition downright disabling.


Your elbows and knees are complex and compact hinge joints. Proper functioning of both are necessary to move your legs and arms, allowing you to move and interact with the world around you on a daily basis.


Taking care of your feet is paramount to being able to lead an active, fulfilling life. After all, if your feet are not healthy, it can prevent you from walking, working, and engaging in physical activities


You may be surprised to learn about the orthopedic conditions that can affect your wrist and hand. These problems are quite common because of the large number of bones


Sometimes, the best way to eliminate your joint pain and restore your mobility is with surgery. Ask your Movement Orthopedics provider if you are a good candidate for a surgical approach to either preserve or replace a problematic joint.


Your hips and shoulders absorb a lot of impact as you move around and use your body. Each of these joints is a true powerhouse, providing you stability and balance while allowing an amazing range of motion.


No matter how careful you are on the field or how often you train, it’s likely you will experience an acute or chronic sports injury at some point in time. When that happens, you need the best care possible for a proper diagnosis and treatment aimed at a quick recovery.


Although your bones have some flexibility, when excessive force is placed on a bone, it can break. This is called a fracture. Bones can break partially or completely, and in any number of ways. When a broken bone pierces the skin, it is called an open fracture.

Patients Story

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Lauren Bowers Patients

I went in for a knee sports injury, and Dr. Jeffrey Carroll was beyond amazing. I’ve dislocated my knee in the past, and the service at a different place was nothing compared to here. I would recommend Movement Orthopedics 10/10 every time.”

Gina Bednarski Patients

I fell and ended up with a pilon fracture. Dr. Carroll did an amazing job with my surgery! I have been following up a lot with Jeff the NP, and I can't say enough good things about him. He's so sincere! The entire staff is so friendly and courteous.”

Angela Lucido Patients

“Dr. Benenati is a very good foot doctor. He is always very caring and careful when working on the feet, and he’s very personable. I’ve taken my mom to many other foot doctors before we met him. My brother, sister, and I all go to him now.

Eileen Patients

I took a family member to see Dr. Benenati. He is the best foot doctor that I have ever been to! Very personable and takes the time to explain everything and also to listen if you have any questions at all. All of his attention is focused on the patient.