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  • When to Consider Rotator Cuff Surgery?

    When to Consider Rotator Cuff Surgery?

    A rotator cuff tear is one of the most common causes of shoulder pain. Your rotator cuff is a group of tendons in the shoulder joint which provide support and enable flexibility for a wide range of motion. When your rotator cuff is torn, the tendons pull away from the head of the humerus, the bone in your upper arm.

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  • Common Basketball Injuries and Prevention

    Common Basketball Injuries and Prevention

    Almost 17 million people watched the NCAA March Madness championship game last year.1 The skill and passion of these basketball players is a thrill to watch throughout the season.
    Due to the repetitive jumping, twisting, falls, and cutting movements that are part of the sport, knee and shoulder injuries can be a common occurrence in basketball at any level.

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  • 5 Common Causes of Shoulder Pain

    5 Common Causes of Shoulder Pain

    The shoulder is frequently affected by either acute traumatic injuries or chronic overuse injuries. Shoulder pain affects 18-26% of adults at any point in time and significantly limits occupational, recreational, and athletic activities.

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  • Tips to Avoid Winter Injuries

    Tips to Avoid Winter Injuries

    Winter is upon us! There are lots of fun activities and sports that can be enjoyed in these colder months. But the cold can also bring some unique challenges and hazards along the way that can result in orthopedic injuries like sprains, strains, and fractures of the knee or shoulder. Here are some tips for avoiding winter injuries.

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  • Orthobiologic Treatments Are Not Just for Athletes

    Orthobiologic Treatments Are Not Just for Athletes

    If you keep up with professional sports, chances are you have heard of orthobiologics. Many professional athletes like Tiger Woods and Hines Ward have turned to biologic treatments to speed their healing and recovery from sports injuries.

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  • What Exactly Is Joint Preservation?

    What Exactly Is Joint Preservation?

    The body’s ability to heal itself is truly incredible. Our body can fight infection, repair damage, and heal wounds – just to name a few. Joint preservation taps into that incredible ability within our own bodies to bring healing.

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  • Does a Torn ACL Require Surgery?

    Does a Torn ACL Require Surgery?

    The ACL is the most commonly injured ligament in the knee. The ACL is a strong ligament that connects the femur to the tibia, and it helps stabilize the knee when you change direction rapidly or stop suddenly.

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  • Cutting Edge Treatment Options for Cartilage Injuries of the Knee

    Cutting Edge Treatment Options for Cartilage Injuries of the Knee

    Your knee is one of the largest weight bearing joints. It withstands enormous pressure each day as we go about our activities from walking to running to high intensity sports.

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  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
  • Arthroscopy Association of North America
  • International Cartilage Regeneration & Joint Preservation Society (ICRS)
  • American Academy of Regenerative Medicine