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  • 6 Easy Stretches To Up Your Golf Game

    6 Easy Stretches To Up Your Golf Game

    A Physical Therapist’s Guide to a Successful Golf Season With the warmer weather of springtime arriving, a lot of people enjoy getting back outside for activities, and golf is a favorite for many. If you have been inactive over the winter, stretching may help...

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  • Rheumatoid Vs. Osteoarthritis: What Type of Arthritis Do I Have?

    Rheumatoid Vs. Osteoarthritis: What Type of Arthritis Do I Have?

    Rheumatoid Vs. Osteoarthritis What type of arthritis do I have may seem like a simple question. Though with over 100 types of known arthritis it is not always a simple answer. Osteoarthritis affects up to 40 million Americans. In contrast, rheumatoid arthritis...

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  • Blepharospasm


    What is a Blepharospasm? Blepharospasm is a type of dystonia, a movement disorder with involuntary muscle spasms. This affects the muscles of the eyelids that may cause the eye to completely shut. Vision may become impaired if the muscle

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  • Is it Gout or Rheumatoid Arthritis?

    Is it Gout or Rheumatoid Arthritis?

    There are many conditions out there that seem very similar in appearance, but when looking closely are very different. One of these types of issues is Rheumatoid Arthritis and Gout. When they effect a joint, they both can be very red, swollen, and painful....

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  • Lateral Ligament Reconstruction Surgery

    Lateral Ligament Reconstruction Surgery

    What is it? Ankle sprains are one of the most common sports-related injuries, affecting nearly 10,000 people per day. When the ligaments on the outside of the ankle are stretched or torn, patients can have pain and feelings of instability. If symptoms persist after...

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  • Trampoline Park Danger

    Trampoline Park Danger

    Trampolines have been keeping Orthopedics busy for decades but with the recent development of commercial jump parks that sparks the question of which is more dangerous? The results have come back and they may surprise you. We looked into a couple of...

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  • Sever’s Disease

    Sever’s Disease

    What Is It? Sever’s Disease (calcaneal apophysitis) is a common cause of heel pain in children and adolescents. This typically occurs in children who participate in running and jumping sports- for example basketball, volleyball, or gymnastics. They will...

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  • Tennis Elbow

    Tennis Elbow

    Perhaps during the era of stay-at-home orders and social distancing, you have taken it upon yourself to start (ahem, finish) some projects around the house.

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  • NFL Injury Highlights: Patrick Mahomes

    NFL Injury Highlights: Patrick Mahomes

    Patellar Dislocation While some of us were anxious about Mahomes’ recurrent ankle injury since week one, none of us were thinking about him suffering what could have been a season ending knee injury.

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  • Rolling Your Ankle: Is it Sprained or Broken?

    Rolling Your Ankle: Is it Sprained or Broken?

    The easiest way to determine if there is a fracture is with a diagnostic studies, such as x-rays. Sprains often exhibit with point tenderness over the affected area, discomfort during weight bearing, bruising, and swelling in the foot or ankle.

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