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Stop Sports Injuries

With spring approaching and warmer temperatures on the horizon, many different sports seasons will soon begin and kids will naturally start migrating outdoors. According to the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC), almost 30 million children and adolescents...

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Out With the Old, In With the New

Capital Ortho, formerly known as Capital Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Center, has been a staple in Mississippi’s healthcare community for decades. Under the knowledge and care of nine surgeons -Dr. Dulske, Dr. Kennedy, Dr. McCraney, Dr. Brien, Dr. Hosemann, Dr....

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Coping with Injuries

Coping with Injuries and the role it can play in mental health It is no secret how possessing a positive outlook on life plays a vital role in maintaining your body’s health- both mentally and physically. However, maintaining a positive outlook in the midst of a world...

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What Happens When You Slip And Fall

A simple fall down the stairs or a slip in the kitchen might seem like no big deal to a lot of people, but there is a section of the population for whom that could mean serious injury or even potentially death. What may seem like a simple injury for the young and...

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It’s Not Just Tennis Causing Tennis Elbow

Just like most joints in your body, your elbow can suffer from overuse, especially from repetitive motions where you move your elbow and arms in the same direction over and over again. One condition that we see frequently in our patients is called lateral...

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Don’t Fall for It

No matter your age, falling injuries don’t have to be part of your future. As you age, the risks increase, but there are things you can do to minimize the risk of falling and the risk of serious injury if you do fall. It’s tempting to believe you’re at the mercy of...

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Feel It in Your Bones

When you feel weak and tired, you feel it in your bones. The reality is, it may actually stem from there. Bone health affects how we move, feel, and fight diseases. It is important to make bone health a priority while you’re young since decreased density and weakening...

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Can We Bridge the Gender Gap in Sports Injuries?

Title IX, a law that banned any form of sex-based discrimination in educational programs that received federal funding, was initiated in 1972. This law paved the way for women to participate in collegiate athletic programs and flung the doors wide open for women to...

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Why Bad Posture is a Bad Habit

Have you ever looked at a picture of yourself and thought, “Do I actually stand like that?” When you’re looking in the mirror, it’s easy to adjust your posture. But, when you’re focused on everything but your stance, you may not realize that your posture is so...

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