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  • Treatment to Heal From Golfer’s Elbow

    Golfer’s elbow, also known as medial epicondylitis, is a painful condition that occurs when a tendon near the elbow is subjected to repetitive forces. While this issue may occur in golfers, it can happen to anyone and cause pain that spans from the wrist to the elbow on the inside of your arm.

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  • Advice From A Certified Hand Therapist: Pickleball Wrist Pain: What’s All The ‘Racket’?

    Do you experience a dull and aching pain or soreness in your wrist during or after playing racket or paddle sports? Does your wrist feel stiff when reaching for low balls or flicking your wrist for those difficult and awkward shots? If you answered yes and your symptoms are located on the “pinky” side of your paddle wrist, then you have ulnar sided wrist pain.

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  • What Causes Ridges in Fingernails?

    Ridges in fingernails can run horizontally or vertically.1 They are common and harmless, but some fingernail ridges—particularly horizontal ones—can indicate a health problem such as a thyroid issue.

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  • How To Prevent Tennis Elbow

    So maybe you’ve had tennis elbow before and you want to keep it from coming back. Or, you have a job -- say you’re a painter or a carpenter -- where you’re more likely to get it and you want to avoid it in the first place.

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  • What is a hook of hamate fracture?

    The hamate is a small bone in the hand, just above the wrist. Hook of hamate fractures are uncommon, and doctors often miss them, leaving them undiagnosed.

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Useful Links

  • American Academy of Arthopaedic Surgeons
  • American Society For Surgery of The Hand