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Treating A Dislocated Shoulder With Atlanta Orthopedic

Shoulder dislocations are often related to sports injuries, slip and fall accidents, and car collisions. Depending on the extent of the damage, dislocations can force you to miss work and limit your daily routine. Trying to ignore your symptoms or avoiding treatment can lead to muscle damage, as well as contribute to the development of…

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Treating Painful Bone Spurs With Atlanta Orthopedic

Bones spurs or osteophytes are growths that cause significant pain and inflammation because of how they affect the nerves, ligaments, and joints. Spurs often develop in the spine, hands, wrists, hips, and knees and although anyone can be affected by bone spurs, most patients who require Orthopedic Treatment are over the age of 60.

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Orthopedic Treatment For Runner’s Knee

Patients often visit our Atlanta Orthopedic Doctors with concerns regarding the health of their knees. People who have been physically active their whole lives and train on a regular basis suddenly notice a growing soreness in one or both of their knees. For them, this situation seems like an anomaly and a nightmare. For our…

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Lower Back Pain Can Affect Anyone

Back pain is the most prevalent condition medical physicians, and Orthopedic Doctors treat. Unfortunately, too many people try to ignore their pain until their symptoms become unbearable and potentially dangerous to their long-term health. Whether you experience constant pain or were injured in a recent accident, it’s important to have our Atlanta Orthopedic Doctors examine…

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Atlanta Orthopedic Treatment For Concussions and Student Athletes

Medical studies are continuously released these days that outline the short and long-term health consequences of concussions. Concussions among student-athletes attract a lot of media attention, and rightfully so. If a child sustains a concussion, they could experience severe damage if the symptoms aren’t addressed as soon as possible.

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