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Do You Need a Hip or Knee Revision?

Aug 2, 2016

A hip or knee replacement can last 15 years on average, 30 years with newer technology. But sometimes a replacement might not hold that long when implants become loose or develop inflections. This is when you’ll need a revision. Dr. Tom Miller talks to orthopedic specialist Dr. Chris Pelt about ...

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Encourage Your Child Athlete to Play Several Sports, Not Just One

Jul 29, 2016

Pressure from coaches and the drive to secure those competitive sports scholarships can make parents urge their child athlete to specialize in a single sport. It may seem counterintuitive, but recent studies show that playing many sports can be beneficial to young athletes. Sports medicine ...

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Treating Dislocated Shoulders in Athletes

Jul 26, 2016

Shoulder instability, also known as a dislocated shoulder, is a common injury among athletes. Typically, the shoulder can be put back into place and treated with mild pain medication and rehabilitation. Yet, after experiencing their first dislocation, many people are more likely to suffer subsequent...

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Techniques You Can Use to Prevent Tendon Injuries During Your Workouts

Jul 20, 2016

Tendon injuries like tendonitis and tennis elbow may seem like a regular part of working out, but you should take steps to avoid them. Once you have a tendon injury, it can take months, even years, to improve. It is always better to prevent them in the first place. Dr. Emily Harold is a sports ...

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What to Expect When Treating Spinal Scoliosis with Surgery

Jul 19, 2016

Spinal scoliosis is a degenerative spinal disease that can cause extreme pain or weakness in the legs while walking. In some extreme cases it can even lead to a curvature in the spine that causes further complications. For many patients, physical therapy can help, but for others a surgery may be ...

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Over 40 and Have Searing Leg Pain When Walking? It Might Be Spinal Stenosis

Jul 5, 2016

Spinal stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal canal that can put pressure on the nerve roots in the back. It’s caused by age-related wear and tear or congenital factors in younger people. Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Darrel Brodke talks about this painful spinal condition and how physical therapy, and ...

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What is Spinal Stenosis and Do I Have It?

Jun 7, 2016

Spinal stenosis is a very common condition, especially as we age. It is a sharp, electrical pain in the lower limbs. Many patients also experience a weakness, burning or heaviness in their feet and legs. It’s caused by arthritis and other age-related factors that compress the nerve roots in the ...

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