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Ankle pain can occur for many reasons ranging from acute injuries to chronic conditions like arthritis. It is estimated that 40% of people with an ankle sprain may experience chronic ankle pain even after being treated. Caused by lack of physical therapy or immobilization after the ankle injury.
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A torn meniscus is one of the most common knee injuries. Each of the knees has 2 “C-shaped” pieces of cartilages called meniscus, acting as cushions between your shinbone and thighbone in the knee joint. If you tear your meniscus it causes pain, stiffness & swelling. Learn more about knee meniscus.
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23May

Mini Lumbar Fusion Vs Traditional Lumbar Fusion

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Spinal surgeries are done as open surgery. Open surgery means that the area being operated is opened with a long incision, which allows the surgeon to directly view and access the anatomy. Due to advanced technology, spinal surgeries can be done with minimally invasive surgical techniques.
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If you are suffering chronic knee pain or injury, you should get it examined by an orthopedic surgeon. If the doctor recommends surgery, then, it is important to decide whether an arthroscopic procedure or total knee replacement surgery is needed. Knee Arthroscopy is a non-invasive surgery.
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If you are aware of the fact of how long it takes to recover from the rotator cuff surgery, and what can you do and not do after surgery, it will help you in being prepared mentally, and won’t cause anxiety and apprehension. Orthopaedic Associates details the recovery period after the surgery.
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Have you been suffering from shoulder impingement and been advised about shoulder decompression surgery by your orthopedic surgeon? Orthopaedic Associates located in Boise, explain what Shoulder Impingement is, the treatment and what happens during the length of shoulder decompression surgery.
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