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  • Common basketball injuries

    Common basketball injuries

    As the men’s NCAA basketball tournament progresses, we find ourselves on the edge of our seats, hoping for upsets and praying for good competition. It’s no surprise that basketball is one of the most popular sports in the nation, but with the dramatic finishes and amazing comebacks come injury and defeat. It’s just a part of the game.

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  • When should you consider surgery to treat your injury?

    When should you consider surgery to treat your injury?

    All athletes get injured from time to time, and the majority of these injuries are minor and easy to recover from. Once you’ve hurt yourself badly, though, like tearing a ligament, the injury becomes a much more prominent part of your life. Throughout the recovery process, doctors may prescribe a variety of therapies to help you resume your daily activities.

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  • What does it take to make it in the NFL Combine?

    What does it take to make it in the NFL Combine?

    With the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine underway this week, college athletes from across the country gather in Indianapolis to (hopefully) impress NFL scouts, coaches and doctors. Some will shine and better their pick in the NFL draft, while some will fail to make their mark and go undrafted. Talk about an intimidating job interview.

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  • Joint Pain Management Techniques For Athletes Young & Old

    Joint Pain Management Techniques For Athletes Young & Old

    Whether you’re just getting into a new favorite sport or you’ve been playing for years, it’s likely that you’re going to experience some kind of pain throughout your training and playing. Taking care of injuries and keeping your pain at bay is one of the best ways to ensure that your body is in peak physical condition and that you’re operating at the top of your game.

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  • Ask the Doctor: foot and ankle injuries

    Ask the Doctor: foot and ankle injuries

    Dr. Carr Vineyard specializes in orthopedic surgery, ankle replacement surgery and foot and ankle disorders. Below he answers questions relating to foot and ankle issues.

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  • Ask the doctor: colonoscopy

    Ask the doctor: colonoscopy

    Colonoscopy is the most accurate test to detect abnormal growths (colon polyps) in the large intestine as well as colon cancer. It is the only test where polyps can be removed.

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  • What you should know about preventing and detecting colorectal cancer

    What you should know about preventing and detecting colorectal cancer

    No one ever wants to visit the doctor and hear the “c-word.” Cancer is a scary diagnosis, especially if you haven’t noticed any signs or symptoms. There’s more awareness than ever surrounding some cancers, like breast cancer, but others don’t receive as much media attention.

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  • Concussions and mild brain injuries: what you need to know

    Concussions and mild brain injuries: what you need to know

    Most athletes (and parents of athletes) have been made acutely aware of the danger of concussions. It is estimated that more than 300,000 sports-related concussions occur in both contact and non-contact sports each year. But athletes aren’t the only susceptible population. Data from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) suggests there are hundreds of thousands of non-sports-related concussions each year.

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  • What you need to know about flu season

    What you need to know about flu season

    This time of year, one of the most major medical concerns is contracting the flu. This illness, which can last up to two weeks, brings nasty respiratory symptoms and generally makes you feel awful. The influenza virus, commonly known as the flu, is also highly contagious. It’s possible for flu patients to spread the disease to others up to seven days after first experiencing symptoms.

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  • Ask the doctor: shoulder injuries

    Ask the doctor: shoulder injuries

    Dr. Moen specializes in the comprehensive care of the shoulder, with a focus on the arthroscopic, replacement, and reconstructive surgical treatment of shoulder disorders. Dr. Moen also has received specific training in the surgical and non-surgical care of athletic and sports injuries of the elbow.

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