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~ DANIEL LOOSE, West Chester PA

Carson Wentz’s Long Road Back From ACL Surgery

In the blink of an eye, the NFL lost one of its most promising young players for the 2017 season. More importantly for Eagles supporters, in an instant, a franchise cornerstone, in the midst of a MVP-worthy campaign, had his year cut short from serious injury. Jarring news that seemed to dash all hopes for the team earning its elusive first Super Bowl victory, at the very least, for the foreseeable future.

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It’s the second most common sports injury, but a fall onto an outstretched hand (FOOSH) can happen at any age

A fall onto an outstretched hand is a common event in any age group—so common it has its own acronym, FOOSH. The cause of the fall can run the gamut: a sports injury, slip on ice, trip on an uneven surface, or simple loss of balance. Common among athletes—runners, skiers, skateboarders, pole vaulters—the injury can also occur in car accidents and whenever you try to break a fall by reaching out with your hand.

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Sports Injury Prevention for Baby Boomers

Until a fountain of youth is discovered, we?ll have to find other methods of slowing down the aging process. One of the most effective ways is through regular exercise. Here are some helpful tips on participating in physical activities in a safe manner:

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How to Use Heat and Cold Therapy to Treat Pain

Healing after an injury can be a long and painful process. And while there are many restorative practices you can do to speed along the process including physical therapy, massage, and other natural healing modalities, there’s also something quite simple you can do yourself at home to treat your pain. It’s head and cold therapy.

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What You Need to Know About Neck Sprains and Strains

If you’ve ever been in a fender bender automotive accident, you have probably experienced some degree of whiplash. The pain of your neck being jolted can be incredibly painful, and when you consider that the average weight of a human head is around 10 lbs., you can imagine why.

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Three Ways to Reduce Your Child’s Risk of Sports Injury

Sports are wonderful activities for children to get involved in, but you want them to have fun and not worry about possible injuries. Getting involved in sports is a great way to learn discipline, responsibility, and teamwork. It’s also a great way to stay healthy by reducing their risk of developing a chronic illness such as diabetes, obesity, cancer, or cardiovascular diseases. While the risks may be low, it’s still very important to take every precaution and keep them protected from possible injuries.

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What Swelling Can Tell You about Your Child’s Injury

Many children get involved with sports at a young age. This is a great way for kids to learn about sportsmanship, expend some energy, and meet new friends. It also helps children stay healthy and has been shown to reduce the risk of diabetes, obesity, cancer, and cardiovascular diseases. However, because children’s bodies are still developing, any injuries they sustain have the potential to be very serious.

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5 Common Myths About Growing Pains

You’ve probably heard someone tell a child something along the lines of it’s just growing pains. Many people believe that throbbing pain in the legs or arms of an underdeveloped child can be attributed to the child growing. However, there’s no evidence that growth can be painful. As a child gets older, they’ll experience some pain due to other problems. Learn more about common myths people believe in regarding growing pains.

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Has Your Young Athlete Had Too Many Injuries?

Three out of four American families with school-aged children have at least one child involved with a sports team. Children gravitate towards sports because they’re a fun way to socialize with other children and typically run around outside. Parents also encourage their kids to play sports because they teach responsibility, confidence, and teamwork. Staying active and playing sports also reduces the risk of a child developing a chronic illness such as diabetes, cancer, or cardiovascular disease.

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Risk Factors of Complex Fractures

A complex fracture occurs when the bone is broken in multiple pieces, causing damage to surrounding soft tissue and cartilage. This can result in joint dislocation and the loss of bone fragments due to the severe trauma. While each complex fracture varies from patient to patient, there are certain people who are more at risk than others.

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ABOUT PREMIER ORTHOPAEDICS

Premier Orthopaedics is the largest orthopaedic group in Delaware and Chester counties. Premier provides patients with the full spectrum of orthopaedic services; including bone, muscle and joint care. Patients trust our specialists for their experience, expertise and commitment to exceptional patient care.

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