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  • Symptoms and Treatment of Golfer’s Elbow

    Symptoms and Treatment of Golfer’s Elbow

    Golfer’s elbow, known by medical professionals as medial epicondylitis, is a painful condition of the inner elbow. It is caused by tendinitis or inflammation of the tendons that connect your elbow to your forearm.

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  • When Is the Right Time to Get Carpal Tunnel Surgery?

    When Is the Right Time to Get Carpal Tunnel Surgery?

    According to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, numbness, tingling and pain in the hand, an electric shock-like feeling that affects the thumb, index and long finger, and pain that travels up the arm toward the shoulder are all symptoms ofcarpal tunnel syndrome.

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  • Advantages of Having Surgery in an Outpatient Surgery Center

    Advantages of Having Surgery in an Outpatient Surgery Center

    Outpatient surgery has become increasingly popular over the last decade due to advances in minimally invasive surgical techniques, anesthesia methods, and better pain management protocols. Here are some of the advantages of having surgery in an outpatient surgery center:

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  • Tips to Prevent Hip Injury from Falls

    Tips to Prevent Hip Injury from Falls

    Hip injuries from falls can be quite serious, especially when they result in hip fractures among the elderly. Many people that were living independently prior to a fall may become disabled and require assistance with routine activities. As fall prevention week is celebrated in September, here are some tips to prevent hip injuries from falls:

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  • When to See a Doctor about Shoulder Pain?

    When to See a Doctor about Shoulder Pain?

    The shoulder is a common site of injury for professional athletes, weekend warriors that lift weights, or anyone that does a lot of overhead activity. The pain may be caused due to an acute injury or a gradual wear and tear of the joint.

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