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  • Nutrition for Healing

    Nutrition for Healing

    No medical professional working at a surgical practice is going to argue that post-operative recovery is an easy road, regardless of the surgery you endure.

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  • Topical Analgesics

    Topical Analgesics

    At this festive time of the year, people hate to add a doctor’s appointment to their already busy schedules. However, aches, pains, and injuries don’t typically show any regard for our social calendars and to-do lists.

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  • Tenex Procedure

    Tenex Procedure

    As medicine advances, new treatments and procedures regularly come to fruition to provide patients with sometimes long-awaited relief. One of the more recent procedures becoming more commonplace in orthopedics is the Tenex procedure.

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  • Haglund's Deformity

    Haglund's Deformity

    'Tis the season for elective procedures! This sentiment rings particularly loudly in the world of orthopedics. Above and beyond the traditional joint replacement procedures, we offer more intricate elective surgeries in the extremities of the body.

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  • AC Joint Sprains

    AC Joint Sprains

    As football season forges onward, shoulder injuries of all kinds persist. Whether it be from blocking, tackling, or being tackled, the shoulder is often put in positions of compromise during a football game. One fairly common shoulder injury is a sprain of the acromioclavicular (AC) joint.

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  • Adhesive Capsulitis

    Adhesive Capsulitis

    We are all accustomed to a certain degree of soreness and stiffness here and there, especially as we age. Sometimes soreness and stiffness is just that and resolves with rest, stretching, ice, and maybe some over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications.

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  • Joint Fusions

    Joint Fusions

    Throughout the course of these blogs, we have discussed varying joint replacement (or arthroplasty) procedures at length. However, replacement is not the only option when the joint is arthritic or otherwise deteriorated.

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  • Patella Dislocation

    Patella Dislocation

    We often hear patients with knee cap (AKA patella) instability state that their ‘knee popped out.’ Though it is true that a bony structure is pathologically moving and likely causing a popping sensation, it is not the knee itself.

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  • Charcot Foot

    Charcot Foot

    Of all the chronic conditions that affect the foot and ankle, Charcot foot may be considered one of the more severe. If not caught early, limited options for treatment exist.

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  • They Mystery of the Brachial Plexus

    They Mystery of the Brachial Plexus

    Bones can fracture, muscles can strain, ligaments can sprain, and joints can become arthritic, but what about nerves? Nerves are subject to injury as well. One region of the body that is subject to nerve injury is the brachial plexus.

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