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Summer's here and school is out of session, so that means children will be spending more time outdoors doing what they do best....running, jumping, skipping and tumbling. With increased activity comes an increased chance of injury. Forearm
Hip Arthroscopy allows us to repair and restore the normal anatomy of the hip joint in a minimally invasive fashion, thereby allowing patients to return to everyday life, recreation and sports much more quickly. Commonwealth offers the latest
As an avid runner who is always training for long distance runs, here’s a good article to read”:http://orthoinfo.aaos.org/topic.cfm?topic=A00132Daniel Thompson, MD practices in our Alexandria and Springfield offices
Children and adolescents are participating in youth sports more than ever before. Many of these youth are playing in year round sports with intensive training programs. As a result, I am seeing an increased number of children and adolescents with
We see a number of young patients every year with Osgood-Schlatter syndrome because it is one of the most common causes of knee pain in children and teens, affecting 1 in 5 adolescents. Osgood–Schlatter disease or
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