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  • What Happens When You Slip And Fall

    What Happens When You Slip And Fall

    Category: Trauma
    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.

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  • It’s Not Just Tennis Causing Tennis Elbow

    It’s Not Just Tennis Causing Tennis Elbow

    Category: 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.

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  • Don’t Fall for It

    Don’t Fall for It

    Category: News
    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 your surroundings, but don’t fall for it; you have more control than you think.

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  • Feel It in Your Bones

    Feel It in Your Bones

    Category:
    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. Whatever your age, take care of your bones, and reduce your risk of injury and illness.

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  • Can We Bridge the Gender Gap in Sports Injuries?

    Can We Bridge the Gender Gap in Sports Injuries?

    Category: Sports Medicine
    While the gender gap may be closing in the opportunity to compete, the gender-gap in sports injuries still remains. This is not a sexist statement, this is a biological fact. While sports injuries occur often in men, female athletes are more likely to sustain injuries such as ankle sprains, shoulder problems, and stress fractures.

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