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Women & Sports Injuries
When it comes to sports injuries, women "field" a greater risk than men. Learn why and what female athletes can do to lower their chance of sprains and fractures.
Dr. Bridget Quinn, orthopaedic surgeon in
Sports Medicine & Shoulder Surgery at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, gives tips on how women can play it safe.
Carpal Tunnel Relief
If you work a lot on a computer, you may have felt it - pain and tingling in your hands and wrists. It could be
carpal tunnel syndrome. Now a new surgical technique, the Mirza procedure, may offer relief - with less downtime.
Repairing ACL Injuries
Knee injuries are among the most common in athletes. But they don't need to sideline you for long. Taylor Bowman, an avid sportsman, talks about his
ACL tear and how surgeons at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) got him back in the game.
Arthritis of the Shoulder
Dr. Joe DeAngelis, orthopedic surgeon in
Sports Medicine & Shoulder Surgery at BIDMC, answers your questions on
arthritis of the shoulder.
Best Approaches to Treating Back Pain
Dr. John Keel from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center's
Spine Center discusses how to cope with
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Posted March 2011