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  • An Orthopaedic Surgeon Answers Your Wrist Fracture Procedure Questions

    Wednesday, 06 April 2016 An Orthopaedic Surgeon Answers Your Wrist Fracture Procedure...

    More than ever in this technologically advanced age, we rely on the hands and wrist to interact with computers and other devices on a daily basis. For many, their work depends on the use of their wrists. Laborers and office workers alike stress that their wrists are crucial to the work that they do. Thus, when a wrist injury occurs, it is imperative to get the right information and the help you need immediately. Preparation is invaluable—get the information now you need for wrist fracture procedure treatments. Read More »

  • FAQs of Tennis Elbow Treatment

    Monday, 14 March 2016 FAQs of Tennis Elbow Treatment

    Even people who don't play tennis can develop tennis elbow. In fact, anyone who repetitively performs certain arm motions can experience tennis elbow symptoms, including painters, cooks, and carpenters, among others. If you or someone you love is exploring tennis elbow treatment options, Rothman Institute is here to help you answer some of the most difficult and frequently asked questions about this condition.
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  • What Is Tennis Elbow? A FAQ

    Thursday, 10 March 2016 What Is Tennis Elbow? A FAQ

    Maybe you’re a tennis player, and your elbow has been burning painfully with each swing. Maybe you’re not. Maybe your doctor diagnosed you with tennis elbow, and you balked at the idea, because you’ve never picked up a racket in your life. Tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis, is a common injury among athletes, but you might be surprised to learn that the condition is also frequently seen in those who have never so much as served a ball.
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  • Meniscus Tear Treatments to Get You Back on Your Feet

    Thursday, 10 March 2016 Meniscus Tear Treatments to Get You Back on Your Feet

    Considering how important our knees are to everything we do, it’s incredible how little thought we give to them. Our knees bear all of our body weight when we stand, walk, run, or jump, and we rely on them for almost all of our daily tasks. Yet one wrong twist, and with a popping sound and a tearing sensation, a meniscus tear can make our knees painful, unstable, and swollen. That’s why doctors at Rothman Institute are dedicated to providing the meniscus tear treatments that are so crucial to getting you back on your feet and doing the activities you love.
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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 »

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