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By: John R. Prahinski, MD Many individuals call themselves sports medicine specialists. Our physicians are uniquely qualified to evaluate and treat injuries of the musculoskeletal system.  They have years of education and carry certification
For just a moment, let's talk about life.  If you take away all that you own, the only things you’ll have left are your body, your mind, and your soul.  Exercise enhances all of those, so it stands to reason that having an
Dr. Kenneth Zaslav out of our Shrader Road location in Richmond was asked to be a speaker at the TEDx event at the University of Richmond! Watch below to see his amazing talk about the challenges and rewards of surgery for an athlete
Trudy and her daughter Carol share more than a family resemblance. Both have struggled with worsening arthritis in their knees. While they were in Ocean City last summer, the pain was so bad that neither of them could walk from the beach blanket to
By: D. Christopher Young, MDWhat is the rotator cuff?  The shoulder is a ball (humeral head) and socket (glenoid) joint.  These two bones come together and form the shoulder joint.  Articular cartilage covers the surfaces of the ball
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