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Recommended Sleeping Strategies After Rotator Cuff Surgery

Are you concerned about sleeping comfortably after rotator cuff surgery? As the site heals, finding the right position can be difficult. This is especially true in the first few days after surgery, when you may still have some pain. Try these recommended sleep tips to help you get the rest you need during your recovery period and facilitate proper healing. …

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How to File a Worker’s Comp Claim

When you are injured at work, your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance may cover the cost of your medical bills, lost wages, and associated expenses. Sometimes, filing the correct paperwork and managing your claim can be complicated. Follow these steps to file a workers’ comp claim in Texas. Determine Coverage Although workers’ compensation insurance is mandatory in most states, Texas does …

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What to Expect While Recovering From ACL Surgery

The anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, is an important structure that allows the knee to move properly. It’s possible to tear or strain the ACL during sports and other strenuous activities; ACL injuries sometimes require surgery and a period of recovery to heal properly. Here’s what patients can expect during ACL surgery recovery. Initial Steps After Surgery Giving the affected …

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How to Tell If a Meniscus Tear Needs Surgery

Although a torn meniscus is commonly caused by athletic activities, it’s possible to tear it through falls, stretching, or other everyday movements. When a meniscus is particularly damaged, it can require surgery to fully heal. Here’s how to determine if a meniscus tear needs surgical attention. Tearing a Meniscus The menisci are two C-shaped discs of cartilage that are found …

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How Are Achilles Tendon Ruptures Repaired?

The Achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the body that connects the calf muscle to the heel bone, allowing people to walk, run, and jump. Because it’s so crucial to these common actions, an injured Achilles tendon can cause intense discomfort and difficulty moving about. These injuries don’t just happen to athletes—everyday movement and activities can cause damage and …

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Tips for Avoiding a Rotator Cuff Injury in the Workplace

Shoulders play an integral role in reaching, lifting, throwing, writing, typing, and nearly every other movement that involves our arms, hands, and fingers. This means that injuries to the rotator cuff and other parts of the shoulder are some of the most common occupational musculoskeletal problems workers face. Here are a few tips for avoiding rotator cuff injuries in the …

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How to Determine If You Qualify for Workers’ Compensation

In virtually every workplace, there is some risk of employees suffering an injury or illness. If you’re injured or become sick on the job, you may qualify for workers’ compensation to help cover the cost of medical care, physical therapy, and missed work. Here are four questions to ask to help determine if you qualify for workers’ compensation. Is My …

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Stretches to Help Minimize Sports Injuries

If you lead an active lifestyle, you know that even a short time away from your exercise routine can make it harder to get back into the swing of things. And if you are going to take time off from your fitness regimen, you would likely rather do it on your own terms (while on vacation, for example) than be …

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Understanding the Causes of Shoulder Dislocation and Instability

A partial or total shoulder dislocation is an extremely painful condition where the head of the humerus (the upper arm bone) disconnects from the shoulder socket, and they can be caused by several different factors. Unfortunately, experiencing one dislocation or subluxation (partial dislocation) can make it more likely to reoccur, as the connective tissue that attaches the arm to the …

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