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Thanks to modern medicine, surgery, and the skills of sports medicine specialists at Alabama Orthopaedic Clinic, shoulder separations can be surgically repaired through 4 small “poke holes” rather than the large incisions of the past. Shoulder separations, aka AC (acromioclavicular) dislocations often heal without surgery, but when they don’t it can be career-ending for an athlete. …
Advanced Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute, PC.
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AZ sports medicine expert, Delicia Johnson, shares how Foothills stays on top of cutting-edge techniques and therapies to constantly improve patient care.
Tips from the Sports Medicine Team Vol. 12: Hydration
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Tips from the Sports Medicine Team Vol. 8: Stretching
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Tips from the Sports Medicine Team Vol. 9: Tennis Elbow
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