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Hand Surgery Specialists of Texas
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Busy wrapping all those holiday presents? While it's thoughtful to create beautifully wrapped gifts, repetitive motions can be hard on the hands, and scissors can cause hand injuries. Read more on how to keep hands safe while wrapping:

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Planning a ski trip this holiday season? Winter sports are lots of fun, as long as hands are kept warm. Cold temperatures can cause a variety of hand problems, including Raynaud's Phenomenon. Keep reading to learn more on how to prevent and recognize this condition:

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Ever heard of Dupuytren’s disease? While this common hand problem is often painless, it can limit the mobility of fingers and cause contraction of the finger joints. Find out what symptoms to look for:

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a painful condition affecting the wrist and hands, and certain activities and conditions can increase the probability of developing it. Read more to see if you could be at a higher risk:

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Winter is right around the corner, and cold weather can be extremely rough on everyone's hands. Gloves are essential accessories to protect our most important tools. So to help everyone get their hands on the best gloves, we created a Winter Gloves Buying Guide. Check it out:

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It's Halloween this Saturday! And pumpkin carving is a must to celebrate. Unfortunately, carving accidents can happen when the proper precautions aren't taken. Stay safe while pumpkin carving with these six tips.

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Busy knitting those winter scarves? Overuse of the joints, with repetitive motions, such as knitting, can lead to stiffness. Here are 5 stretches to perform to prevent pain while knitting: http://bit.ly/1KJqyN1

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The hands are used everyday for almost every activity. They're needed for working, driving, cooking, and much more. Keep the hands strong with these 5 exercises: http://bit.ly/1jEH8oe
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