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Watch Our Iovera° Segment on ABC Channel 8 KLKN-TV
  LINCOLN, NEBRASKA (June 11, 2018) – ABC Channel 8 KLKN-TV reporter Zach Worthington: A new medical treatment is relieving
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A Revolutionary Approach to Sports Medicine
A Revolutionary Approach to Sports Medicine
At Strasburger Orthopaedic, we draw on the latest technology, leading edge therapies, complementary treatments, and minimally invasive techniques to provide
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Tips for Avoiding Shoulder Injury
Tips for Avoiding Shoulder Injury
Your shoulders move almost all the time – during daily activities, at work, and when exercising or participating in sports.
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A Golfers Guide to the Game after Joint Surgery
A Golfers Guide to the Game after Joint Surgery
A Golfers Guide to the Game after Joint Surgery Arthritis can begin without pain, but already be causing significant deterioration
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A Guide to the Most Common Types of Shoulder Surgeries
There are many different types of shoulder surgery, but four methods stand out. They naturally align with the most common
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Tips for Faster Recovery after Shoulder Surgery
If your orthopaedic surgeon has recommended surgery to repair a shoulder injury, preparing for your procedure in advance and setting
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Why Choose a “Sports Specialist” as your Surgeon? 
Why Choose a “Sports Specialist” as your Surgeon?  Sports Medicine is a specialized field focusing on improving athletic performance and
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Orthopaedic Surgeon Utilizes Groundbreaking, Non-Addictive Pain Management System
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA (May 2, 2018) – Orthopaedic specialist Dr. Scott Strasburger of Lincoln, NE, adds FDA approved cryotherapy treatment for
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So you need Shoulder Surgery: Six Things you Should Know
When your orthopaedic surgeon says it’s time for shoulder surgery, you could be facing a minimally invasive procedure or a
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​Keeping your Joints Healthy as you Grow Older
One of the most frustrating side effects of aging is aches and pains in the joints. A history of sports,
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