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  • Exercises to Heal Shoulder Impingement

    Exercises to Heal Shoulder Impingement

    Shoulder impingement accounts for approximately 1/3 of all shoulder pain, a condition characterized by the repeated pinching of a nerve, tendon, or bursa in the shoulder.

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  • Treatment Options for Shoulder Pain

    Treatment Options for Shoulder Pain

    The shoulder is the body's most flexible joint, allowing you the ability to reach above your head for something high, swing a tennis racket, or pick up a child. The ball and socket joint has three prominent bones: the humerus ( long arm bone), the clavicle ( collarbone), and the scapula ( shoulder blade).

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  • What is Rapid Recovery Knee Replacement?

    What is Rapid Recovery Knee Replacement?

    The recovery timeline for minimally invasive surgical techniques has dramatically improved in recent years. Total knee replacement is the most successful elective joint replacement surgery in the US, with approximately 700,000 knees replaced with high-functioning prosthetic knee implants every year.

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  • What Causes Rotator Cuff Problems?

    What Causes Rotator Cuff Problems?

    Compared to any other joint in the human body, the shoulder receives the highest range of motion and use by being a ball and socket joint. The upper portion of the arm and bone form the ball and fits neatly into the shoulder blade's shallow socket.

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  • Get Back to Exercising after Knee Replacement Surgery

    Get Back to Exercising after Knee Replacement Surgery

    The goal of knee replacement surgery is to allow you to return to your everyday activities without pain as quickly as possible.

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