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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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Do You Need Shoulder Surgery?
Thousands of Americans suffer from shoulder injuries every year, whether from work, accident, or athletic injury. The results can be severely
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Is Comeback Possible After a Football Injury?
Is Comeback Possible After a Football Injury?
“Will I be able to play again?” It’s usually the first thing out of a football player’s mouth after a
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Safe Exercises for Seniors
Safe exercises for seniors are ones tailored to their specific level of ability, with any existing challenges or health /
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The Top Reasons for Shoulder Surgery in Athletes Under Age 25
The Top Reasons for Shoulder Surgery in Athletes Under Age 25
Shoulder injuries in young athletes are common, with American football, soccer, and hockey players seeing the most impact driven injuries.
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