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When a Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty is the Best Option

A traditional arthroplasty can successfully treat a shoulder ravaged by arthritis. But, if you have a rotator cuff tear to boot, a traditional shoulder replacement may not work. In these cases, a reverse shoulder arthroplasty may be your best option.

May 8th, 2020
That Pain in Your Biceps Could be the Result of a Tendon Injury

It’s normal for muscles to be sore after a workout. But, if you have lingering pain in one of your biceps that’s keeping you from your favorite activities, it could be a tendon injury. Read on to learn about biceps tendonitis and biceps tendon tears.

Apr 20th, 2020
Elbow Replacements: They're More Common Than Ever

Joint replacement surgery replaces damaged bone and tissue with a prosthetic joint. If you have elbow pain from arthritis or an injury, an elbow replacement could be a good solution. Read on to learn more.

Mar 9th, 2020
The Many Advantages of Wide Awake Hand Surgery (WALANT)

Would you raise an eyebrow at the thought of staying awake during hand surgery? The fact is, more and more surgeons are praising the benefits of using local anesthesia for hand surgery. Read on to find out why it’s growing in popularity.

Jan 1st, 2020
What to Expect When Undergoing Shoulder Replacement Surgery

If your shoulder has severe arthritis or joint damage from an injury, shoulder replacement surgery can relieve your pain and help you maintain an active lifestyle. Read on to learn about shoulder replacement surgery from start to finish.

Dec 1st, 2019
4 Remedies for Elbow Injuries to Try Before Surgery

An elbow injury can make it difficult or impossible to enjoy your favorite activities or perform your work. If you have an elbow injury, don’t ignore the pain. Find out about the nonsurgical options available to heal your injury and relieve pain.

Nov 1st, 2019
Bilateral (Both Wrists) Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Surgery

Bilateral (both sides) endoscopic carpal tunnel release surgery is safe and effective and allows for independent return to activities of daily living, light work and hobbies with shorter recovery times than unilateral (one side) staged surgery

Oct 9th, 2019
When is Surgery Necessary for Relieving Carpal Tunnel Pain?

Carpal tunnel syndrome is an extreme condition that limits hand function, causing pain in the wrist, hand, and fingers. It doesn’t go away on its own and only gets worse over time. Find out when to consider surgery for lasting relief.

Sep 26th, 2019