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Shoulder Pain: Labrum Tears

Labrum tears are painful and can be caused by a number of situations. The most common cause is an acute traumatic injury or strain caused by repetitive overhead…

Advice from the Champs: The Milwaukee Wave

We are proud to be the Official Sports Medicine Provider of the Milwaukee Wave. We not only support the team, but also the team behind the team like…

What You Need to Know About Hip Preservation & Solutions for Hip Pain

A specialty of orthopedics, hip preservation uses the least invasive techniques to decrease pain and disability without implanting joint replacements. There are many aspects of the anatomy of…

What is the National Hip Fracture Database?

For more than a decade, medical practitioners in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland have been keeping tabs on broken hips. This effort isn’t status quo medical record keeping.…

Robotic-Assisted Surgery: The Future is Here

You have just learned you must undergo joint replacement surgery. You are hopeful that you will soon regain the quality of life that you are accustomed to. But…

Fueling the Healing Process: Pre and Post-Surgery Nutrition for a Fast Recovery

Written for MOSH by Nicole Kerneen, RD, CD, CSSD, Certified Personal Trainer – Way of Life Nutrition and Fitness Calories are often associated with weight gain. But calories…

Why Do I Feel Calf Pain After Running?

Almost all healthy, active people who participate in vigorous activity experience some sort of cramping or calf pain at some point. This cramping and numbness or tingling are…

Common Question Answered: How to Find a Carpal Tunnel Doctor Near Me?

We tend to take our extremities for granted, especially our hands and wrists. From handling tools to typing and texting, we place a lot of stress on them.…

Considering The Guo Technique for Carpal Tunnel? Read This First

Like you, I’ve heard a lot of buzz recently about a new carpal tunnel release procedure known as the Guo Technique or thread Carpal Tunnel release. I have…