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      Understanding Infectious Tenosynovitis of the Finger, Hand, or Wrist

      Infectious tenosynovitis is an infection of a tendon and its protective sheath. This infection is most common in the finger, hand, or wrist. This condition needs quick treatment to prevent permanent damage. Read More

      "Reaching Up" for Shoulder Flexibility

      Here is a stretch for frozen shoulder. Read More

      Achilles Tendon Rupture

      Your Achilles tendon is a large band of tissue in the back of your ankle. It connects your calf muscles to your heel bone. You use it almost every time you move your leg. But repeated stress can make the tendon more prone to injury. A complete tear through the tendon is known as an Achilles tendon rupture. Read More

      ACL Rehabilitation: Knee Flexion

      Begin your rehabilitation with exercises that develop muscle control. Read More

      ACL Rehabilitation: Stationary Bike

      After you regain muscle control, it’s time to build strength. This improves your ability to put your full weight on your leg. For best results, warm up and stretch before starting. If your injury is recent, wait until swelling and pain decrease before doing this exercise. Read More

      Activity and ACL Rehabilitation

      Once you are ready for it, your healthcare provider will help you ease back into your active life. You can do certain exercises to help you develop agility (ease and quickness of movement). Read More

      Adjusting to Limb Loss

      Losing a limb can be a profound shock. Everyone reacts to loss in different ways. You may be feeling angry, frustrated, scared, sad, or lonely. These are very common feelings after limb loss. You may go through distinct stages of grieving. Don’t hesitate to ask for the support that you need. You don’t have to go through this alone. Read More

      Advanced Exercises After Knee Replacement Surgery

      Exercises after knee replacement surgery are an important part of your recovery. Read More

      After a Hip Fracture: Common Questions

      No one plans on having a hip fracture. But a sudden fall or accident can be a life-changing event. You’ll need surgery to repair the fracture, and time for it to heal. It’s normal to have concerns about what to expect at this time. Below are answers to some common questions. Read More

      After Ankle Arthroscopy

      After ankle arthroscopy, your joint may be swollen, painful, and stiff. Recovery times can vary. Your surgeon will tell you when to resume activity. Read More
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