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5 Common Causes of Carpal Tunnel (That Aren’t Typing)

When you hear “carpal tunnel,” the first thing that pops into your head is likely a keyboard. The link is so common, we use it as a joke. “If you keep working any longer you’re…

Do You Need Rotator Cuff Surgery?

The shoulder is one of the most critical, yet often overlooked joints in the human body. It plays a role in virtually all movements of the arm, whether you’re playing a game of catch or…

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Softball Pitching Injuries (And How to Prevent Them)

Can softball pitchers suffer from the same types of injuries common to baseball pitchers? Yes, they can. And many players and parents may not know it. There is a general belief that softball players have…

Trigger Finger Surgery

Has your finger ever gotten locked in a bent position? You may be suffering from trigger finger. It’s one of the most common conditions that we treat at Michigan Surgery Specialists. Trigger finger is a…

Causes of Tennis Elbow (That Aren’t Tennis)

Up to 3% of Americans (around 9.7 million people) suffer from tennis elbow every year. But only around 5% of tennis elbow cases are caused by tennis. Lateral epicondylitis, a.k.a tennis elbow can caused by repetition…

Common Golf Injuries and How to Treat Them

Your arms take a beating on the golf course. We’d like to help you understand why you’re in pain, what you can do about it. In this post, we’re going to talk about: Golf-related injuries…

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