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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Part 2

Welcome back to part 2 of our series on Carpal Tunnel Syndrome! Today, we’ll take a brief look at how carpal tunnel is diagnosed, as well as the treatment options available to our patients. Let’s start with how this painful disorder… read more

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Part 1

Pain. Burning. Numbness. Weakness. What do each of these have in common? They’re all symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. Unlike a multitude of other ailments in life, the symptoms associated with carpal tunnel syndrome tend to occur gradually – so… read more

A Brief Overview of the Shoulder

Did you know that the shoulder is considered to be the most mobile joint in the body? It’s OK if your answer is “NO” – shoulders just aren’t something that the average person thinks about too often unless, of course,… read more