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Archive for May 2013

How do You Know if You Have Frozen Shoulder?

Bellevue Medical Center

Are you experiencing a significant amount of shoulder pain, even when it’s inactive? Has it been lasting for several months? If so, you may have frozen shoulder. What is frozen shoulder? While it is unknown what exactly causes frozen shoulder, research suggests the process is started with inflammation in the lining of the shoulder joint.…

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Tips on Treating and Preventing Tennis Elbow

Orthopedic Bellevue

Do you experience a dull, achy pain around your elbow? If so, you may be experiencing tennis elbow, a form of tendonitis on the outside of the elbow. What Causes Tennis Elbow? The constant repetitive motion from playing tennis places stress on the muscles and tendons that are connected to the lateral epicondyle (the elbow…

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How Orthopedic Surgeons Can Help Stroke Patients

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In the United States alone, approximately 730,000 first-ever strokes occur each year with a survival rate of more than 80 percent. May is National Stroke Awareness Month, and we are helping raise awareness by sharing how orthopedic surgeons can help stroke patients better their lives. Getting Involved with Stroke Patients When a patient suffers a…

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Ankle Sprains: How to Speed Your Recovery

Bellevue Healthcare

About 25,000 ankle sprains occur in the United States every day. If not healed properly, an ankle sprain can lead to aggravating pain throughout other parts of your body. Recovering your ankle injury takes patience, but if you apply the appropriate steps to heal your ankle, the recovery is inevitable. Recovering your ankle sprain 1)…

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