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You don’t have to be a golfer to get golfer’s elbow. The condition, also known as medial epicondylitis, can develop in anyone who uses ..read more
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Today, people sit—a lot. Many of us work eight or more hours per day at our desks, resting in our chairs. Then, we go home and spend ..read more
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“Epidural” is the location. It is a space on top of the spinal cord nerves. (Similar location to the epidural injection that some ..read more
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Whether it is basketball, football, soccer, gymnastics, cheerleading, etc. you have most likely fallen down more than once. We all know ..read more
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Hand therapy is the art and science of evaluating and treating conditions of the upper extremity. Whether a patient is dealing with a ..read more
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The Orthopaedic Institute is the region’s premier source and largest provider of comprehensive musculoskeletal services. When you choose ..read more
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Does all that cooking for the holidays have your elbows kinked up? Repetitive movements can cause tendinopathy, commonly known as Tennis ..read more
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Arthritis is not a condition you can ignore. Characterized by painful swelling in one or more joints, it can affect your overall health, ..read more
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You don’t have to be a golfer to get golfer’s elbow. The condition, also known as medial epicondylitis, can develop in anyone who uses ..read more
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The term “fallen arches” is fairly self-explanatory. It describes a condition otherwise known as “flat feet” and is characterized ..read more

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