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  • Everything You Need To Know About Shoulder Arthritis Treatment

    Friday, 22 January 2016 Everything You Need To Know About Shoulder Arthritis Treatme...

    Living with pain and stiffness from shoulder arthritis can be frustrating. The soreness and limited range of motion keep you from being able to do all the things that are important to you. Fortunately for you and millions of other sufferers, research into the field of osteoarthritis has created a significant number of shoulder arthritis treatment options. Knowing how important your shoulders are to your daily routine, we at Rothman Institute offer many treatment methods.
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  • Valuable Tips for Patients Managing Their Rotator Cuff Injury Recovery

    Friday, 22 January 2016 Valuable Tips for Patients Managing Their Rotator Cuff Injur...

    When lifting your arms to put on a sweater feels like a chore and all your dishes need to be placed on the lowest shelf due to shoulder pain, your rotator cuff injury is obviously impairing your daily activities. What may not be so obvious is the injury’s impact on your morale. Read More »

  • Healthy Bone Tips from Rothman Institute’s Distal Radial Fracture Physicians

    Friday, 22 January 2016 Healthy Bone Tips from Rothman Institute’s Distal Radial Fra...

    As we’re entering the Winter season, snow and ice can lead to injuries. The distal radial fracture physicians at Rothman Institute would like to remind you of these important tips for protecting your bone health and preventing such injuries.
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  • Answers to Your Questions About Rotator Cuff Injuries

    Friday, 22 January 2016 Answers to Your Questions About Rotator Cuff Injuries

    As outdoor and athletic activities increase, you or someone you love may begin suffering from unexpected shoulder pain and injuries. Swimming, tennis, softball can lead to shoulder and rotator cuff injuries. Here Rothman Institute offers answers to the most frequent and troubling questions about rotator cuff injuries.
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  • Distal Radial Fracture Surgeons Recommend a Consult with Rothman Institute

    Wednesday, 20 January 2016 Distal Radial Fracture Surgeons Recommend a Consult with Rot...

    Wrist fractures are nondiscriminatory, and are considered very common. Individuals that have good bone health may experience a traumatic hit or an unusual fall and it is their wrist that is injured. Alternatively, those will osteoporosis need only a surprising and minor fall to suffer from a wrist break. In fact, the radius breaks more frequently than any other bone in the arm. Getting the help you need is paramount, and distal radial fracture surgeons recommend Rothman Institute for your first evaluation and subsequent care. Read More »

  • Rotator Cuff Injury Treatment And Prevention: What Everyone Should Know

    Tuesday, 19 January 2016 Rotator Cuff Injury Treatment And Prevention: What Everyone ...

    You use your shoulders every day, whether it’s carrying groceries, brushing your hair, playing baseball or tennis, or lifting a little one in the air for them to see over a crowd. Our shoulders are so important to us that we even use them to describe non-physical labor, like helping a friend “shoulder the burdens” in his life. With all our shoulders do for us, injuries to them can really impact our daily lives. That’s why everyone should know about rotator cuff injury treatment and prevention, so they can keep doing what they love. Rothman Institute is dedicated to helping you avoid and recover from shoulder injuries, and keeping you educated about good shoulder health. Read More »

  • How to Start Reclaiming Your Mobility When Facing Osteoarthritis Knee Pain

    Monday, 14 December 2015 How to Start Reclaiming Your Mobility When Facing Osteoarthr...

    For many shrugging off joint pain was normal, until the moment that it wasn’t. It probably crept up slowly and only later felt urgent. This is the common experience of others like yourself that are facing osteoarthritis knee pain. The primary characteristic of osteoarthritis is the gradual joint degeneration that takes individuals by surprise. Read More »

  • FAQs of Osteoarthritis in Knee

    Friday, 11 December 2015 FAQs of Osteoarthritis in Knee

    Doing the research to find the best solution for your pain can be an overwhelming process. If you or someone you love is facing symptoms or a diagnosis of osteoarthritis in knee joints, Rothman Institute is here to help you answer some of the condition’s most difficult and frequently asked questions.
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  • Serving patients during a surgical mission trip

    Wednesday, 25 November 2015 Serving patients during a surgical mission trip

    I recently returned from India where I participated on a surgical mission trip. I was recruited to participate on this mission by an international NGO (non government organization), the Leprosy Mission Trust, that has been treating leprosy patients in India for over a hundred years. Leprosy patients are among the poorest of the poor in India. Read More »

  • Where to Get Achilles Pain Tendonitis Procedure Consultations

    Monday, 26 October 2015 Where to Get Achilles Pain Tendonitis Procedure Consultation...

    Whether it’s for the amateur athlete playing pickup basketball with buddies, or training for her or his first half-marathon, an Achilles tendon injury causes pain above the heel. Maybe a snapping or popping noise would be heard, leaving the person to play or train with an injury that is tender and swollen. For someone that is getting back into the swing of regular exercise, and is increasing his or her level of activity perhaps too quickly, Achilles tendonitis can result Read More »

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