Monthly Archives: March 2011

Cubital Tunnel or Golfer’s Elbow?

With all of the repetitive strain injuries out there these days, it is easy to get confused about which symptom goes with which injury and which tasks are at the top of the list for being the most “risky”.   It … Continue reading

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A Correct Diagnosis Makes ALL the Difference

Common sense dictates that you cannot treat a repetitive strain injury until you know what it is.  But it happens time and time again, leaving behind a trail of lackluster results, and the patient highly discouraged.  There are three groups involved … Continue reading

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