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Golf Dangers: The Risk of Rotator Cuff Injury & More

For all the positive benefits of golf—physical fitness, stress relief, camaraderie—the sport can be dangerous. Stray balls, lightning strikes, and out-of-control golf carts pose very real risks. But…

Don't Let Shoulder Arthritis Slow You Down

Shoulder arthritis can be terribly disabling to those who have the condition. The pain, stiffness and loss of function make day-to-day activities very stressful. Typically, people over 50…

When to See a Pediatric Orthopedic Specialist

You can’t wrap your children in bubble wrap. It’s important to allow them to run free and play when you can and yes, they probably will get hurt…

The MOSH Team—Recognized for Excellence, Again

Achieving excellence in healthcare requires constant dedication and perseverance. It is only possible when professionals work together as a team with a shared vision. At MOSH, excellence is…

7 Ways You Can Prevent Sports Injuries for Kids

Most athletic injuries in children happen from overuse and can be prevented with proper training and common sense. As a parent, guardian or coach, here are the seven…

How Risky are Contact Sports?

According to Boston University Research: CTE, chronic traumatic encephalopathy or CTE “is a progressive degenerative disease of the brain found in people with a history of repetitive brain…

Common Hand Problems: Trigger Finger

Have you ever woken up with a finger that sticks, or triggers? It is disconcerting when a finger suddenly doesn’t bend down and straighten normally. Although trigger finger…

The Dangerous Realities of Frostbite

It’s not uncommon to hear people make offhanded, unofficial diagnoses of frostbite. But frostbite is a serious condition; it can be fatal. And frostbite can manifest in mere…

The Role of Physical Therapy After Concussion

It used to be thought that the only way to treat a concussion was with rest. But the science and study of traumatic brain injury have come a…