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What is an MCL Sprain?

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Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant will miss at least four weeks with a sprained medial collateral ligament, the team announced today. Last year, Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry sustained a sprained ligament that kept him out of play several weeks. What does “MCL sprain” mean? It’s an injury that is common among alpine skiers […]

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Ready for a Pick-Up Game of Football?

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There are four main categories of injuries that are common among football players: traumatic injuries, concussions, overuse injuries and heat sickness. Today we will focus on traumatic injuries.

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Sports Specialization in Children

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Can playing one specific sport at a young age lead to children being more vulnerable to injuries? When you specialize in a sport, your body is at risk for overuse injuries. Young children have maturing and growing bones as it is, which means their growth plates are weak, making them susceptible to injuries caused by […]

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Airport Security with an Implant

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The American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons posted a video about going through airport security with implants. Many of our patients have questions about traveling after total joint surgeries. Watch the video to have your questions answered!

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Goodbye, Dr. Taylor, and Good Luck!

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Every August, a new fellow joins our practice for advanced training in the shoulder and elbow. They receive one-on-one mentorship from our upper extremity specialists, especially Dr. James Kelly and Dr. Mark Schrumpf. The past year we have had the honor of working with Dr. John Ryan Taylor. Dr. Taylor attended medical school at the […]

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