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  • How to Fix Swimmer’s Shoulder

    Swimming is generally considered one of the safest sports and is recommended for all kinds of health benefits including improving cardiovascular ability, improving muscle tone, rehabilitation after injury, rehabilitation for back pain sufferers or people with arthritis.

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  • Causes & How to Test for Rotator Cuff Tears

    The cause of a torn rotator cuff can be due to a sudden trauma to the shoulder while doing sport, especially contact sports such as football. However, this type of injury can also be attributed to a gradual degeneration over time, found in patients whose work involved lifting their arm over their head, heavy lifting or other job related activities (for example, painter and decorators) and is usually seen in patients of a certain age.

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  • Types of Sports Medicine Doctors

    If you are in need of the expertise of a sports medicine doctor you might not necessarily be a professional athlete! While the specialization into sports medicine and various types of sports medicine doctors has been a saving grace for the many professional athletes and sports people they treat, amateur and even non-athletes often call upon their expertise more than we might think.

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  • Which Sport has the Most Injuries?

    While we know that working out is important for our health and that it can even prolong our lifespan, it can also be very injury prone and for many it can result in having to hang up their sports shoes, either temporarily or completely – maybe taking a change in sport career.

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  • How Long Does Rotator Cuff Surgery Take

    When talking about injuries to the rotator cuff we are referring to damage of the tendons and muscles that help you move your shoulder, the joint that allows the most movement in the human body.

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