• Count Down to the Top 12 Sports Injuries

    Count Down to the Top 12 Sports Injuries

    Can you guess the top 12 sports with injuries that resulted in trips to the E.R.? Now guess the area of the body that was most frequently affected. While most make sense, some may surprise you. For instance, in baseball the most common injuries were to the face? Review the graph and test your knowledge.

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  • Who Gets Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

    Who Gets Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

    Certain occupations predispose workers to carpal tunnel syndrome.  If your job requires prolonged and repetitive hand motions, strong gripping and vibration, you may have an increased risk of carpal tunnel syndrome. Although carpal tunnel syndrome is not always associated with repetitive work or activities, it can cause significant functional limitation that can affect both work productivity as well as recreational activities.

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  • Beyond Tennis Elbow - Rotator Cuff Tears in Senior Athletes

    Repetitive use injuries to the upper limb (wrist, elbow and shoulder) are common in tennis, and while they are less acute than lower limb injuries, they can re-occur and take longer to heal.  For the average tennis player, bursitis and tendinitis in the elbow (tennis elbow) is the most common condition causing pain and swelling and preventing them from playing the game.  However, in athletes over 60, shoulder pain related to rotator cuff issues keeps many more from hitting the courts. 

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  • Minimally Invasive Total Hip Replacement

    Minimally Invasive Total Hip Replacement

    As patients begin researching their diagnosis and treatment options, they will learn about the “anterior” and “posterior” approach to hip replacement.  With the more traditional posterior approach, an incision is made along the side of the hip while with the anterior approach; the hip is accessed through an incision in front of the hip. While the posterior approach remains the “workhorse” of hip replacement surgery, the anterior approach (also known as anterior total hip arthroplasty) has gained popularity over the past few years for several reasons.

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  • Not All Surgery Centers are Created Equal

    Perimeter Orthopaedics Surgery Center (POSA) is one of only 6,000 organizations meeting nationally recognized standards for quality health care. Standards are set by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC).

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    Sports Medicine

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