Arthritis, Compartment Pressure Testing, Concussions, Cortisone Injections, Female Athlete Issues, Fracture Care, Musculoskeletal Pain, Non-Operative Orthopedics
A broken collarbone – also known as the clavicle – is one of the most commonly broken bones. Male teens break it most often – usually while playing a contact sport such as football or hockey.
Whether the pain is on the inside or outside of the elbow, icing the area, using an anti-inflammatory drug (NSAIDS) and rest are common treatments. Once the elbow feels better, using a brace may help prevent future injuries.
Training for a marathon – or even a half-marathon – is a year-round activity. If you stop because the temperature drops or there’s snow on the ground, you’ll find it a lot harder to get going once spring rolls around.
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