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  • When to Consider Shoulder Replacement Surgery

    When to Consider Shoulder Replacement Surgery

    Is chronic shoulder pain disrupting your life? Shoulder replacement surgery might be your best option to restore shoulder movement and function. If conservative treatments have failed, let’s explore when is the right time to consider...

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  • Top Treatments for Arthritis

    Top Treatments for Arthritis

    Arthritis among adults in the US affects more than 53 million people.1 Although it can be challenging at times, it doesn't have to be a life sentence of pain and immobility. As May brings Arthritis Awareness Month, let's explore...

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  • Exercises to Help Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    Exercises to Help Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    Did you know carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common peripheral nerve compression condition in the US? The throbbing pain, tingling, numbness, and loss of wrist strength can make even the simplest tasks feel like a challenge.

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  • Common Shoulder and Elbow Injuries in Youth Baseball

    Common Shoulder and Elbow Injuries in Youth Baseball

    Baseball is The Great American Pastime that improves physical fitness and teaches team skills. Unfortunately, youth baseball is often marred by preventable injuries. Learn about the most common shoulder and elbow

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  • Rehabilitation Tips for After Shoulder Replacement Surgery

    Rehabilitation Tips for After Shoulder Replacement Surgery

    Rehabilitation is essential to ensure an optimal recovery after shoulder replacement surgery, helping you regain mobility and strength in your shoulder joint. While navigating the recovery process may seem difficult, it doesn’t have to be

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  • Shoulder Impingement Syndrome: Diagnosis and Management

    Shoulder Impingement Syndrome: Diagnosis and Management

    Did you know that the shoulder has the largest range of motion of all the joints in your body? While this flexibility allows for extensive mobility, it can also leave the shoulder joint prone to injury such as shoulder impingement syndrome.

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  • Signs and Symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    Signs and Symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    Did you know that you can sustain an injury from simply sitting and typing on your computer? It’s true. Carpal tunnel syndrome is one of the leading injuries sustained in an office workplace environment.

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  • When to Consider Knee Replacement Surgery

    When to Consider Knee Replacement Surgery

    Knee replacement surgery is a great option if you suffer from chronic pain and mobility loss that affects your quality of life. Thanks to the advances in medical science, people are living longer and staying active.With more and more people physically fit...

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  • Benefits of Physical Therapy After Surgery

    Benefits of Physical Therapy After Surgery

    Did you know that Physical therapy (PT) is vital in recovery after surgery? October is Physical Therapy Awareness Month, a necessary time to spread the word about the importance of PT.There is often a lack of knowledge

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  • How Serious Is My Shoulder Injury?

    How Serious Is My Shoulder Injury?

    The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body. It is prone to injury and pain because of its extensive range of motion. Almost everyone experiences shoulder pain at some point in their lives.The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the..

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  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons - AAOS
  • Mississippi State Medical Association
  • Ruth Jackson Orthopaedic Society
  • American Society for Surgery of the Hand