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Orthopaedic Specialty Group
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Knee Pain Do’s and Don’ts

As the largest joint in your body, your knee is under almost constant stress. But luckily, while knee pain is relatively common, so are the many ways you can treat it. http://bit.ly/2gKUoYS
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We’ve asked the professionals at Orthopaedic Specialty Group to dispel some of the most common myths surrounding rheumatoid arthritis. http://bit.ly/2wKPepF
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6 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Workout Regularly

One of the best feelings in the world is that post-workout feeling. You’re somehow tired but simultaneously still full of energy. But getting to that point can sometimes be a struggle. http://bit.ly/2x5TNZf
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Exercise Safety Tips for People with Diabetes

No matter your age, ethnicity, or gender, everyone can benefit from regular exercise. That being said, exercise becomes even more necessary for people who have diabetes. For people with diabetes, exercise is a great way to keep your blood sugar levels in check, while strengthening the rest of your body.
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5 Different Knee Braces and What They’ll do For You

They may be small, but almost everything you do requires your knees. After an injury or surgery, knee braces can be instrumental in aiding your healing. But further than that, some braces can even be used proactively to prevent injuries:
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5 Common Causes of Hip Pain in Women

Hip pain is one of the most common complaints we hear from our patients. While your hip ball-and-socket joint is designed to move in its repetitive motion for years, even it’s not immune to damage at some point: http://bit.ly/2hheIV8
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20 Questions to Ask Before You Have Outpatient Surgery

Deciding to have surgery is one of the most difficult decisions you’ll ever make, but it’s likely one that will substantially improve your quality of life:
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The Causes of Golfer's Elbow (Other than Golf!)

Golfer’s elbow may not be as well known as it’s cousin, tennis elbow, but it still affects thousands of people each year. While tennis elbow affects the outside of your arm (where your forearm meets your elbow) golfer’s elbow affects the muscles on the inside of your elbow. And despite its name, playing golf isn’t the only way you can get it: http://bit.ly/2vzG2Ap
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5 Things to Know About Hip Arthroscopy Recovery

Hip arthroscopy is a state-of-the-art procedure that allows surgeons to view a hip joint without making a large incision through a patient’s skin or tissue. While this procedure is far less invasive than its surgical alternative, we understand that patients can be a little nervous about their recovery. That’s why we’ve outlined a few things you should know about a hip arthroscopy recovery: http://bit.ly/2uzKdfW
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6 Ways to Naturally Strengthen Your Spine

We all know the importance of taking care of our organs and muscles, but when was the last time you thought about your spine? Though the spine is (literally) the backbone of our health, its health is all too often ignored. This summer, do your spine (and overall health) a favor by making these simple lifestyle changes:
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