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  • How to Battle Depression While Healing From a Debilitating Injury

    How to Battle Depression While Healing From a Debilitating Injury

    Living with a chronic injury not only affects your physical health, but in many cases your mental health as well. Your emotional well-being may be impacted by the physical toll pain takes on your body and the changes to your life’s routine. It’s crucial to know how to battle depression during chronic injury so that you can focus on your recovery.

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  • The Impact on a Pitcher's Anatomy: Common Baseball Injuries

    The Impact on a Pitcher's Anatomy: Common Baseball Injuries

    Baseball players of all ages who play at a competitive level experience overuse injuries which can inhibit many aspects of their lives. Let’s take a look at the most common injuries and examine how we can prevent and treat them.

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  • Nonopioid Treatment Options after Surgery

    Nonopioid Treatment Options after Surgery

    After surgery, nonopioid approaches to pain control can decrease or sometimes eliminate the need for opioid pain medications. In fact, in a study we performed on pain control after shoulder replacement, approximately 30% of patients did not require any narcotics at all!

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  • Stretches and Exercises to help Keep Your Shoulders and Upper Back Strong

    Stretches and Exercises to help Keep Your Shoulders and Upper Back Strong

    Spending a lot of time hunched over a computer or electronic devices puts strain on your shoulder and upper back region increasing the risk for neck pain, shoulder pain and headaches.

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  • Precautions for Golfers who have had a Shoulder Surgery but are ready to return to the Game

    Precautions for Golfers who have had a Shoulder Surgery but are ready to return to the Game

    Returning to golf or any sport after shoulder surgery is not just about being able to play again, but being able to avoid further injury to your shoulder. Here are some precautions for golfers who have had shoulder surgery, but are ready to return to the game.

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  • 10 Best Shoulder Exercises for Beginners

    10 Best Shoulder Exercises for Beginners

    The shoulder is a ball and socket joint that is supported by a complex network of tendons, ligaments, and muscles. Keeping these supporting structures healthy and strong helps prevent shoulder injury.

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  • Strategies for Coping with Chronic Joint Pain

    Strategies for Coping with Chronic Joint Pain

    Chronic joint pain is generally caused by osteoarthritis, a progressively worsening condition characterized by wear and tear of the cartilage that cushions joint surfaces. Shoulder osteoarthritis can result in problems like rotator cuff impingement and frozen shoulder. While osteoarthritis cannot be reversed, there are strategies for slowing down progress of the disease and coping with chronic joint pain.

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  • Fear of Getting Surgery During The Pandemic? What You Should Know That May Relieve Your Concerns.

    Fear of Getting Surgery During The Pandemic? What You Should Know That May Relieve Your Concerns.

    The initial wave of the coronavirus that threatened to undermine the healthcare system has passed and the restrictions that prevented elective surgeries from being performed have been lifted. Fear of getting surgery during the pandemic could be the only thing preventing you from enjoying an active lifestyle. Here’s what you should know that could relieve your concerns

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  • Treatment Options for Tennis Elbow

    Treatment Options for Tennis Elbow

    While I’m a shoulder specialist, it isn’t uncommon for my patients to report elbow pain. The most common condition is tennis elbow. Tennis elbow is a form of tendonitis that manifests as pain on the outside of the elbow.

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  • Shoulder Arthroscopy: Is it Right for You?

    Shoulder Arthroscopy: Is it Right for You?

    Shoulder arthroscopy has been an major advancement in the treatment of shoulder pain. Shoulder arthroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that allows your surgeon to view the inside of the shoulder joint through small puncture incisions using specialized lighted instruments.

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