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  • Mayo Clinic minute: Researching tennis wrist injuries

    From beginners to the pros, injuries from playing tennis do happen, especially in the wrist. Whether it's the serve, forehand, backhand or volley, tennis puts a lot of stress on your wrist.

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  • Broken Finger

    Finger fractures come in many shapes and sizes. Most finger fractures have simple treatments, while others may require surgical treatment.Our fingers are capable of very fine, coordinated motions, and disruption of this motion can have tremendous impacts on very normal activities such as eating, typing, or tying your shoes.

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  • Why Does My Wrist Hurt?

    Wrist anatomy is complex, and finding the cause of your pain can be tricky. Wrist pain may feel sharp, dull, achy, or like pins and needles. Pain can occur when you bend your wrist forward, flex it backward, put pressure on it, or rotate it to turn a doorknob.

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  • Serious Injuries in Children More Likely to Occur at Trampoline Parks, Not on Home Trampolines

    If you often head to the nearest trampoline park when your kids start bouncing off the walls at home, a recent study might give you second thoughts.

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  • Conversion of Elbow Arthrodesis to Total Elbow Arthroplasty: A Case Report and Literature Review

    Elbow arthrodesis is a salvage operation designed to relieve pain and enable weight bearing in young patients with painful arthritic joints who have failed all other treatment modalities. Unfortunately, elbow arthrodesis is poorly tolerated by many patients because there is no fusion position that accommodates all activities of daily living.

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