4 FAQ About Greater Tuberosity Fractures

A greater tuberosity fracture affects the bony bump located at the top of the humerus and attached to two rotator cuff muscles. This injury typically occurs due to a fall where an individual lands … read more >>

If you experienced fractured or broken bones in your leg after running, jumping, or skateboarding, it likely affected the tibia and fibula. … read more >>


Among the most common sports injuries is a torn meniscus. The meniscus is a soft, flexible piece of cartilage within your knee and is essential for sh… read more >>

Poor joint health can cause you to feel significant pain, especially when moving the offending joint. Aside from pain, you could also experience fatig… read more >>

Getting regular physical activity is important for people of all ages. However, it’s especially crucial to help children develop healthy exercise habits during their formative years. Encouraging th… read more >>

Maintaining your joint health is key to prolonged mobility and independence. However, it’s common for certain joints to begin to ache as you get older. Hip pain is a common read more >>

Shoulder injuries can occur in athletes playing all kinds of sports and can happen at any age. Depending on the type and severity of the injury, surgery may be recommended to avoid long-term damage… read more >>

Joint pain manifests for many reasons and often at the worst times. Whether you’re dealing with a lingering injury, arthritis, or another issue, inflammation is often the source of discomfort. Diet… read more >>

Thank you for honoring these safety measures when coming to your appointment:Please reschedule your appointment with Dr. Peter Matsuura, MD, Orthopaedic Surgeon:If you have a fever or flu-like symp… read more >>

Dr. Peter Matsuura, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Kerry Lau, PAC and our office ohana send our best to you Kaori on your return to college!  One of the blessings during Covid was having you home! … read more >>