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  • When to Repair a Dislocated Shoulder

    When to Repair a Dislocated Shoulder

    Our shoulders carry many loads throughout our lifetime. They work hard everyday and we don’t even give it a thought - until we experience a shoulder injury.

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  • Symptoms and Treatment for Frozen Shoulder

    Symptoms and Treatment for Frozen Shoulder

    We may not think about freezing in the fall, but it is possible.  Frozen shoulder can occur at any time of the year.

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  • Benefits of Reverse Shoulder Replacement

    Benefits of Reverse Shoulder Replacement

    More than 50,000 shoulder replacement surgeries are performed in the United States each year.1 According to a recent study by Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the number of reverse shoulder replacements is increasing.2

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  • Suffering from Tennis Elbow

    Suffering from Tennis Elbow

    Tennis Elbow is a common orthopedic issue affecting between 1 and 3 percent of the US population. It typically affects people between the ages of 30 and 50 years old. Tennis elbow is a wear and tear injury that occurs from damaging the elbow tendons that connect the forearm muscles to the elbow joint. Less than 5% of tennis elbow cases are people who actually play tennis; more often, it happens to those who repeatedly use their elbow, wrist, and hands for their job, sport, or hobby.

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  • Benefits of Physical Therapy after Surgery

    Benefits of Physical Therapy after Surgery

    Physical therapy plays a vital role in the recovery process after surgery. It assists patients in their journey to heal and return to their active lifestyles. Regardless of the type of surgery, physical therapy is a necessary part of your postsurgical plan.

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