• Auto Accident Injuries

    Auto Accident Injuries

    Auto accidents can cause painful injuries that range from minor scrapes and cuts to severe injuries of the spine or head, as well as damage to bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments.

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  • Workplace Injuries

    Workplace Injuries

    Injuries at the workplace range from minor cuts or bruises which are non-fatal to injuries such as severe fractures or trauma that can be fatal. Injuries can occur due to slips, repetitive motion, hazards from machinery, falling from a height, burns, or any kind of violent act.

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  • Tendinopathies


    Tendons are tough cord-like tissues made up of collagen protein that connect your muscles to your bones. Tendinopathy is a breakdown of collagen in the tendon resulting in pain along with reduced range of motion and flexibility.

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  • Muscle & Joint Pain

    Muscle and Joint Pain

    Muscle pain or myalgia is a discomfort experienced in the muscle tissue and can be felt practically anywhere in the body.

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  • Elbow Ligament Reconstruction

    Elbow Ligament Reconstruction

    Ligament reconstruction is considered in patients with ligament rupture. Your surgeon will make an incision over the elbow. Care is taken to move muscles, tendons, and nerves out of the way. The donor's tendon is harvested from either the forearm or below the knee.

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  • Bone Spurs

    Bone Spurs

    Bone spurs, also called osteophytes, are bony projections that develop along the edges of a bone or in the area where muscles, tendons, and ligaments are attached. Bone spurs are often found in joints and also in the bones of the spine.

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  • Chondral Lesions or Injuries

    Chondral Lesions or Injuries

    A chondral injury refers to an injury of the articular cartilage of the hip.

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  • Phantom Limb Syndrome

    Phantom Limb Syndrome

    Phantom limb syndrome is the pain sensation felt in the area of a limb that no longer exists (post-amputation). It can occur immediately after amputation or may develop several weeks or even years later. Phantom pain can be mild or severe and long-lasting.

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