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  • What are the First Signs of Frozen Shoulder?

    Frozen shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis, to give it its correct medical term, is an invalidating, painful condition which affects the shoulder area. Patients often wonder, “what are the first signs of frozen shoulder”, when they begin having feelings of a “blocked” shoulder with limited movement and pain.

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  • Tennis Elbow Surgery Complications

    The commonly known musculoskeletal condition, tennis elbow (or lateral epicondylitis, to give it its medical name) does not only affect, as the name tends to suggest, tennis players.

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  • Types of Outpatient Procedures

    Did you know that the number of outpatient procedures is said to have tripled in the past 30 years?
    With various types of outpatient procedures, these types of procedures are occurring almost as frequently as in-hospital surgeries.

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  • What is an AC Joint Injury? How Do I Experience AC Joint Pain Relief?

    The AC joint (acromioclavicular joint) is at the top of the shoulder between the collarbone and shoulder blade.This is the joint that allows your arm to move over your head and across your body. It also supports your ability to pull, push and lift.

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  • 6 of the Most Common Baseball Injuries Players Suffer From

    If you’re a baseball player, you probably know what the infamous Tommy John surgery is! Tommy John surgery, or TJS, is a procedure involving replacement of the ulnar collateral ligament in the medial elbow: usually with a tendon taken from the patient’s own body (or from a donor).

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