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Does Your Orthopaedist Specialize in Shoulder Surgery?

  General orthopaedists specialize in all types of joint pain. They may treat sprains and strains, dislocations and tears, and even perform surgery. However, every joint in the human body is unique in its construction and finding an orthopaedic surgeon who specializes in a specific joint can help you achieve the best outcome possible.   […]

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Young Athletes and Shoulder Pain – When to See an Orthopaedic Surgeon

  The shoulder is an extremely complex joint comprised of numerous bones, tendons, and muscles which all must work together to allow proper range of motion. This level of joint complexity makes the shoulder highly susceptible to injury, especially in youth sports that necessitate body contact or overarm throwing. Shoulder pain usually involves the soft

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Avoid Joint Injuries By Beginning and Ending Your Workouts Correctly

Your body is like a machine, and it requires ramping up and down during intense activity.   Warming Up Just like you wouldn’t turn your car on and immediately go pedal to metal, a proper warm-up gets your body ready for exercise or athletic activities, which can prevent muscle strains, pain, and joint injuries. Loosen

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Top Five Reasons To Choose Shoulder Surgery

Living with a shoulder injury can be painful, debilitating, and exhausting. Many people consider shoulder surgery a last resort, but that shouldn’t be the case. Contrary to popular belief, the earlier you get surgery, the better – having surgery can resolve the issue behind the pain, promote healing, and restore function.  While Dr. Strasburger often

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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 of performance for the unaware golfer. Once arthritis has advance to the point that it is painful, more golfers notice how arthritis pain is affecting their golf game. Arthroscopic surgery can often alleviate the pain,

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