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Getting the Most Out of Your Telemedicine/Virtual Appointment

Telemedicine has been around for a while. Its use as a primary means of doctoring for non-emergency visits is reaching unprecedented heights during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic. In-person visits are the ideal, of course; however, more clinics and private practices are choosing the telemedicine and virtual appointment alternative as way to minimize exposure…

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4 Things You Should Know About Arthritis in Your Elbow

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You do not have any idea how important the joints in your elbows are until they become compromised with pain and/or limited mobility. This complex hinge in your arm consists of the humerus, radius and ulna bones and three different articulations working together: the proximal radioulnar joint, radio capitellar joint and the ulnohumeral joint. These…

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When Life Is a Pain in the Knee

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There is an old saying, “You never miss the water, ‘till the well runs dry.” It can be applied to many things in life, including knee pain. You can have pain in a number of different areas in your body and keep going, in many cases. When it comes to knee pain and your mobility…

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Can Ergonomics Really Help?

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The term “ergonomics” has been popular in the English language from about 1997 onward. There are three basic branches of the discipline – physical, cognitive and organizational. Most people are aware of ergonomics as they address the workplace environment. Although the discipline is often thought of as a relatively new concept, having been popularized late…

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How Bad Is That Ankle Injury?

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Ankle injury statistics are impressive. Over 25,000 ankle sprains occur on a daily basis. Over the course of a year, more than one million people will visit the emergency room with an ankle injury. Most of these people will have either a sprain or a fracture, and some will have a strained or torn tendon.…

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Tips for a Safe and Healthy Holiday Season

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This time of year is joyous; however, far too many people are unnecessarily injured during the holiday season. While many injuries occur as a result of vehicle accidents, there are thousands of other injuries caused by putting up or removing holiday decorations. Holiday Hazards The online videos of people falling off ladders or roofs while…

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Work-Related Shoulder Pain

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You often hear people talk about problems with carpel tunnel syndrome for those who work on computers all day. Less discussed are shoulder problems that arise from daily computer work. Shoulder pain is a form of repetitive strain injury, or RSI. Poor posture while working contributes to this problem. Rotator cuff syndrome and frozen shoulder…

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Joint Preservation Treatment: Are You a Candidate?

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For older adults, it is important to see an orthopedic specialist at the first sign of joint trouble. For example, if you are experiencing knee or hip pain for three or more days and it does not seem to be improving, a consultation may help determine the cause. If you experience joint pain for short…

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Six Ways Ankle Injuries May Occur During Sports Activities

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The vast majority of athletes heavily rely on ankle stability and strength in their chosen sports activity. Whether you play football or practice mixed martial arts, the fear of suffering ankle injuries is likely always at the back of your mind. When ankles are damaged, it impacts a large range of movements, including walking, running,…

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Rotator Cuff Recovery after Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery

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If you are due to have arthroscopic shoulder surgery, the rotator cuff muscles will likely experience some degree of interference during the procedure. During the recovery period, supporting these muscles can help to aid and speed up healing. The rotator cuff muscles are responsible for shoulder movement and stability. This muscle group surrounds the shoulder…

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