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  • Diabetes tied to higher risk for frozen shoulder

    People with diabetes are more likely to develop frozen shoulder, according to a systematic review and meta-analysis published online Jan. 4 in BMJ Open.

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  • Elbow fractures: Surgery or not?

    A new study, indeed, a critical analysis review, looked at a particular type of elbow fracture, the olecranon fractures, which typically are complicated by the fact they may involve multiple fragments and create ulnohumeral instability, and asked the question, should these patients be treated surgically or not?

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  • What Is Ulnar Nerve Entrapment?

    Ulnar nerve entrapment occurs when structures, such as muscles, bones, or ligaments, put too much pressure on a nerve, leading to numbness, tingling, pain, and in severe cases, muscle weakness or atrophy (wasting away). The ulnar nerve can be entrapped in the elbow or wrist.

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  • Do You Need Biceps Tenodesis Surgery?

    There are different ways to address biceps tendon problems, both surgical and nonsurgical treatments. A biceps tenodesis is one of the surgical methods to address biceps tendon tears.

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  • Shoulder Pain When Throwing a Ball

    Shoulder pain when throwing a ball is not so surprising when you consider the complexity of the shoulder joint and what it takes to perform that motion. To move your shoulder joint, the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bones all have to move in a synchronized and stable pattern. Because of this, subtle abnormalities can lead to shoulder pain and discomfort when you are throwing or afterward.

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