What Does A Shoulder Replacement Really Entail?

I am way more familiar with a total knee replacement than a total shoulder replacement. In October, we will explore all things shoulder and shoulder health. Due to my curiosity, I looked up some videos on what a shoulder replacement surgery actually looks like and what is involved. I found several rather graphic and detailed […]

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)

If you’ve been diagnosed with light to moderate Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, you need to know about all of your treatment options; the Carpal Tunnel Dynasplint System is one of them. This is a non-surgical rehabilitative modality that provides a stretch to the transverse carpal ligament thereby opening the carpal tunnel and releasing pressure on the […]

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Dynasplint Focuses on the Shoulder in August

If you are following our blog you know that we like to focus on a different joint each month.  So for August we will highlight the shoulder and offer you some great information throughout the month. The shoulder is one of the most complex joints of the body.  According to the AAOS (American Academy of […]

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Diagnosis: Foot Drop

adapted from WebMD.com Foot drop, sometimes called “drop foot,” is the inability to lift the front part of the foot. This causes the toes to drag along the ground while walking. To avoid dragging the toes, people with foot drop may also lift their knee higher than normal. Or they may swing their leg in […]

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Diagnosis: Ankle Tendinitis

Tendinitis is the inflammation of a tendon and is most often caused by repetitive movements but sometimes by simply not properly preparing for the sport or activity to be performed. The ankle joint is definitely one that can succumb to this painful condition. With that being said, there are also about five different types of tendinitis that […]

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