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How to Prevent Shoulder-Related Sports Injuries

Nov 1, 2016

Pitching a baseball creates tremendous stress on an athlete’s arm, making shoulder injuries common among baseball players. Dr. Tom Miller talks to orthopedic surgeon and former athlete Dr. Peter Chalmers about what athletes can do to avoid shoulder injuries, and how physical therapy can extend an ...

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Severe Hip Pain But No Arthritis? Maybe It’s Hip Impingement

Oct 25, 2016

Hip pain without an injury isn’t always a sign of arthritis, or a pulled groin, if you’re young. Sometimes the pain is caused by a misshapen hip joint. Dr. Tom Miller talks to Dr. Stephen Aoki about why and how a hip joint can be misshaped, and what can be done to relieve and treat the hip pain....

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Treatment for Frozen Shoulder

Oct 18, 2016

Frozen shoulder is a type of capsulitis where the ligaments around the shoulder’s ball joint shrink up and restrict movement. For patients, frozen shoulder can be painful and debilitating. Dr. Tom Miller talks to Dr. Bob Burks, an orthopedic specialist at University of Utah Health Care, about the ...

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Modern Pain Management Means Shorter Hospital Stays After Joint Replacement

Oct 11, 2016

Joint replacement surgeries used to leave a patient laid up in bed for months, but times have changed. New implants, improved surgical techniques and even modern pain treatment have completely changed what a patient can expect with recovery. Dr. Tom Miller talks with Dr. Chris Peters, professor of ...

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Sooner is Better Than Later for Your Knee or Hip Replacement

Sep 20, 2016

Advancements over the past 20 years have led orthopedic specialists to pursue knee and hip replacement procedures sooner rather than later. Dr. Tom Miller talks with Dr. Chris Peters, professor of orthopedics, about how new prostheses, surgery techniques and rehabilitation have led to adopting this ...

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The Differences Between a Child’s and Adult’s Knee Injury

Sep 6, 2016

Kids and adults can both injure their knees doing the same things. Skiing accidents, overuse with sports, trips and falls. But kids’ bones are still developing well into their late teens, which can make treatment more risky. Dr. Tom Miller sits down with Dr. Stephen Aoki, professor of orthopedic ...

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What You Need to Know When Your Knee “Pops”

Aug 23, 2016

A sprained or torn ACL is pretty common in Utah. Hiking, running, skiing—or as Dr. Patrick Greis describes it, tying long boards to your feet and throwing yourself down a mountain—are good ways to injure a ligament. Dr. Geis, an orthopedic surgeon, talks with Dr. Tom Miller about everything you ...

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