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Common Shoulder Injuries In the Throwing Athlete

By Terry K. Gemas

Shoulder injuries are a frequent occurrence for many athletes. In this blog, Dr. Terry Gemas covers the most common shoulder injuries related athletes.

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New Technique for Partial Rotator Cuff Tears

By Bruce I. Prager

Did you know that 25% to 50% of the all adults have a rotator cuff tear? In this blog Dr. Bruce I Prager covers new techniques in treating partial rotator cuff tears.

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Separated Shoulder Treatment: What To Do

By Jesus Rey II

Having a separated shoulder can be painful. In this article by Dr Jesus Rey of Southwest Orthopedics, find out the recommended steps you need to take for a dislocated shoulder.

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Shoulder Arthritis: What Is It and How To Treat it

By Jesus Rey II

Shoulder arthritis can significantly limit your range and mobility depending on the specific type and severity of symptoms. Dr Jesus Rey, II provides a detailed overview of common arthritic conditions and how you can treat them.

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Rehab or Therapy After Shoulder Surgery?

By Jeff Zhao

When considering whether you need rehab or therapy after a shoulder surgery what it is most important thing to understand is recovery is an ongoing process. If you want to regain full motion, you have to stay committed and follow the program your doctor recommends.

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What Should I Expect if My Shoulder Popped Out?

By Jeff Zhao

Ever wondered what to do when someones shoulder “pops out”? In this article Orthopedic Doctor Jeff Zhao provides practical advise on what you should consider if you or anyone you know ever experiences a dislocated shoulder.

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Deciding To Have Shoulder Surgery

By Jeff Zhao

There are a lot of things you should consider before getting shoulder surgery. Working out the when, why and how with a trusted surgeon who has experience in the type of surgery you are getting are all things you should look at.

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Understanding Shoulder Instability

By Jesus Rey II

The wide range of motion seen in the shoulder joint also makes it very susceptible to injury. In this article Jesus Rey II helps us better understand shoulder instability, how different age groups are affected by it as well as how it can be treated.

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Rotator Cuff Tears and When They Should Be Repaired

By John E. McGarry

Your rotator cuff (of the shoulder) is made up of a group of four muscles. When it tears, the shoulder could start to have some pain and weakness. Very large full thickness tears, the shoulder could be completely immobile. This is commonly referred to as pseudo paralysis because it is often indistinguishable from a nerve injury.

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