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Trampoline Trouble

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Whether child or adult, jumping on trampolines are a fun way to start your summer. Some families may have a trampoline set up in their backyard or may go to a trampoline park, however, trampolining is a cause for injuries in children.  Younger children are at higher risk for injuries than older children by 14 […]

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Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (Shin Splints)

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Attention all runners! Have you been experiencing pain and have been wondering why? Well, running can be considered a high impact sport which means that injuries become a high possibility. With running, there are an array of injuries that a runner can experience, but one of the most common running injuries is medial tibial stress […]

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What to Do If Your Orthopaedic Surgery Is Postponed

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Many hospitals have postponed elective surgeries to help ensure that their resources are available for severely ill patients who may need them. That means most elective surgeries are being postponed at this time. This article from OrthoInfo has information for patients to know what to do if their orthopaedic surgery is postponed. See article below: The […]

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COVID-19 UPDATE

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As essential healthcare providers, we are continuing to offer in-office visits for urgent orthopaedic issues such as fractures, injuries, post op concerns and acute pain. We will be taking extra measures in addition to our regular disinfection protocols to keep our patients and staff safe. If you are experiencing an urgent orthopaedic issue AND you have […]

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Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

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For the past several months, faces have been changing around the office – and I’m not talking about new additions to the team (Welcome, Monica!). Our office staff has been getting healthy by eating clean and hitting the gym. While it started with a friendly competition between Jada and Liz, the office health kick has […]

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