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  • What Is Causing My Shoulder Pain?

    What Is Causing My Shoulder Pain?

    Shoulder pain can significantly affect daily activities at home, on the job, or at play. Because the shoulder joint has such a large range of motion, it is susceptible to injuries. Although an acute traumatic injury like dislocation or fracture can occur, often shoulder pain is the result of chronic overuse injuries.

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  • Benefits of Reverse Shoulder Replacement

    Benefits of Reverse Shoulder Replacement

    According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, about 53,000 people in the U.S. have shoulder replacement surgery each year. But for some patients, traditional shoulder replacement may not be an option.

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  • Staying Active after 50 with Shoulder Arthritis

    Staying Active after 50 with Shoulder Arthritis

    We all know that staying active has physical, mental, and emotional benefits. But if you suffer from shoulder arthritis, staying active may be a challenge.

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  • How Colder Weather Affects your Shoulder Pain

    How Colder Weather Affects your Shoulder Pain

    Did you know that January is the coldest month for the Dallas area? Many people say that cold weather brings out the worst of their shoulder pain.

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  • New Year, New Shoulder

    New Year, New Shoulder

    It’s a new year. A time for resolutions and goals. A time for cleaning out and making space for plans ahead. With the new year, it could be the right time to address your nagging shoulder pain and live a better life.

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  • Advantages of Using Computer-Assisted Technology & Artificial Intelligence in Shoulder Surgery

    Advantages of Using Computer-Assisted Technology & Artificial Intelligence in Shoulder Surgery

    Advances in computer-assisted technology are changing surgery as we know it. This summer Stryker, one of the world’s leading medical technology companies, introduced the Tornier shoulder arthroplasty portfolio and launched its first new Tornier product, the Perform™ Humeral Stem.

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