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  • Golf Elbow and Tennis Elbow Treatments

    The 2014 French Open has been absolutely thrilling. It has had all the making of a fantastic Grand Slam with upsets, stunning fiver setters, and watching some of the best in the world play. Players like Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams, Novac Djokovic, David Ferrer, Maria Sharapova all have fought hard. Congratulations to Rafael Nadal in his record breaking 9th French Open win, he is now the official King of Clay!

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  • Bio Facials For Aging Skin

    Orthopedic and Sports Medicine physicians are discovering ways to reverse aging symptoms without the need for invasive plastic surgery. If you find yourself aging and wishing to relieve tired eyes, droopy skin, acne scarring and reduce wrinkles, and figured you’d need a plastic surgeon, there is another viable and non-surgical option.

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  • Natural Hair Restoration For Alopecia

    Up until now, there has been three choices to male pattern baldness and female pattern baldness, which are, one stay bald, two topical medications, and three, hair transplant surgery. But who wants to increasingly become bald or get hair surgery.

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  • Potential Non-Surgical Cure For Hip Arthritis

    Hip arthritis is no little thing to scoff at. The hip joint bears much of one’s weight and pain in the hip can affect one in all aspects of life including some of the most important functions like walking, sitting, and climbing stairs. So how does one get rid of chronic hip pain brought on by arthritis?

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  • Prevent Surgery For A Knee Injury

    The 2014 NBA Finals are here after two stunning conference championships. The Miami Heat destroyed the Indiana Pacers in their game 6 match up leading by almost 30 points the entire game! Lebron James, Chris Bosh, and Dwayne Wade have their eyes set on the NBA Finals for the fourth year in a row.

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  • Treating Wrist Pain in Tennis and Other Sports

    The French Open with its iconic red clay is set to begin this weekend and I’m putting my money on Novak Djokovic. The reigning champ suffered from problems at the Monte Carlo Masters and also missed the Madrid open due to a right wrist injury. It is without a doubt that the wrist has been a long time trouble spot for most tennis players. Especially since the elite players in the 2014 French Open have been swinging harder and more frequently than ever!

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  • Advanced Treatments For Sports-Related Wrist Pain and Wrist Injuries

    The French Open with its iconic red clay is set to begin this weekend and I’m putting my money on Novak Djokovic. The reigning champ suffered from problems at the Monte Carlo Masters and also missed the Madrid open due to a right wrist injury. It is without a doubt that the wrist has been a long time trouble spot for most tennis players. Especially since the elite players have been swinging harder and more frequently than ever!

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  • New PRP Therapy Helps With A Sprained Ankle

    After a long grueling winter followed a rainy spring, finally summer is just around the corner. With great weather it’s about time for everyone to enjoy some outdoor activities, mostly to get us in shape for beach season. One of my favorite activities, both indoor and outdoor, is definitely basketball especially with the playoffs going on! Unfortunately, our Brooklyn Nets aren’t doing so hot and the fact that Deron Williams has spent this postseason wheeling around on his gimpy ankles has not been helping us in the playoffs against the Miami Heat either.

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  • Alternative to Surgery For A Partially Torn Hamstring

    What an amaxing start to the NBA playoffs right? It’s go big or go home for many teams and with the NBA championship on the line, injuries are sure to follow. LA Clippers all-everything point guard Chris Paul III, better known as CP3 was dealing with a strained right hamstring during his first bout with the Oklahoma City Thunder.

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  • New Non-Surgical Treatment For Hair Loss

    As we get older it becomes clearer that our bodies gradually change and in some cases for the worse. Our cartilage lessens, our muscle definition seems to go away and it seems as if the only thing that increases over time is our bodies fat content and our age.

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