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  • 5 Interesting Facts About Scoliosis (Scoliosis Awareness Month)

    5 Interesting Facts About Scoliosis (Scoliosis Awareness Month)

    Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine that is usually seen in children between 10-15 years of age during the growth spurt just prior to the onset of puberty. About 2-4% of people in the US are affected by this condition.

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  • Hip Pain? Get Relief without Surgery

    Hip Pain? Get Relief without Surgery

    Do you suffer from hip pain that makes it difficult to walk up a flight of stairs, pick up something from the floor, or stand up from a low chair? Here are some nonsurgical treatments that might bring substantial relief:

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  • Top Ways to Prevent Osteoporosis

    Top Ways to Prevent Osteoporosis

    Osteoporosis is a bone thinning disease that can result in fractures. It is considered a “silent” disease as many people aren’t aware they have osteoporosis and are diagnosed with the condition only after they have sustained a fracture due to very minor trauma. As May is National Osteoporosis Awareness and Prevention Month, here are the top ways to prevent osteoporosis:

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  • Tips to Keep Arthritis from Slowing You Down

    Tips to Keep Arthritis from Slowing You Down

    Arthritis is a term that refers to a group of diseases that cause pain, stiffness, and swelling of your joints. Symptoms may be mild, moderate, or severe and may come and go, but generally worsen over time causing immobility and restrict your ability to perform activities of daily living.

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  • 7 Common Golf injuries and Treatments

    7 Common Golf injuries and Treatments

    The explosive nature of the golf swing and the many hours spent in practice on the golf course can result in nagging injuries, which if left untreated may cause permanent damage to your musculoskeletal system.

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  • Exciting New Technologies in Hand Treatments

    Exciting New Technologies in Hand Treatments

    Our hands are an amazing piece of anatomic engineering. Without them, it would be very difficult to do even the basic activities of daily living such as dressing, holding a bag of groceries, or typing on a laptop.

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