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December 13, 2017  
SHOULDER HEALTH NEWS: Read more

June 06, 2008
Alcohol Consumption Lowers Risk Of Rheumatoid Arthritis
Alcohol consumption has been linked with a decrease in risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis according to the BMJ specialist journal Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases.
- Medical News Today
April 03, 2008
Posturing for less pain
A set of exercises which will help you to strengthen your back and shoulders and decrease the pain...
- Calgary Herald
March 20, 2008
Shoulder replacement options continue to evolve
Discussion between Orthopaedic specialists leads us to an important conclusion...
- Ortho Supersite
November 08, 2007
Being Overweight Could Prevent Your Rheumatoid Arthritis from Going into Remission
New data was presented this week at the American College of Rheumatology Annual Scientific Meeting in Boston...
- Newswise
July 17, 2007
A Torn Rotator Cuff: You Don’t Want This
There are three words that no pitcher or general manager ever wants to hear: Torn rotator cuff...
- MLB.com
June 21, 2007
Experts: Shoulder Problems In Women On Rise
Shoulder injuries among women are soaring, according to medical experts, and it’s not just athletes who are having the problem...
- ABC News
April 30, 2007
Exercise as Good as Surgery for Shoulder Injury
Surgery is not superior to graded exercise training for treatment of rotator cuff injury, according to results of a comparative trial conducted in Denmark...
- International News Network
April 30, 2007
‘Frozen Shoulder’ Can Limit Outdoor Activities
Injuries to the arm and shoulder are common for outdoor enthusiasts, especially in sports like skiing, kayaking and climbing. Even lifting a pack can cause a strain to the shoulder...
- South Carolina State
March 27, 2007
“Shrug Off” Shoulder Surgery Myth
Contrary to widespread belief, total surgical replacement of arthritic shoulder joints carries no greater risk of complications than replacement of other major joints, a Johns Hopkins study suggests...
- Newswise
January 31, 2007
OUCH! Take a load off your shoulder!
Women's purses have gotten larger over the years and the price for fashion is often aches and pains...
- New York Times
October 24, 2006
Shocking Away Shoulder Pain
From 16 percent to 72 percent of stroke patients develop shoulder pain on one side of their body...
- News 8 Austin
October 10, 2006
Boomers Shoulder the Pain of Fitness
No wonder your marvelously mobile shoulders ache. Baby boomers' determination to stay fit has led to a dramatic rise in those requiring surgical repairs to the shoulder...
- The Clarion Ledger
October 06, 2006
New Nerve Block Technique Shows Promise for Frozen Shoulder
It is thought that certain muscle trigger points play a key role in the development of the frozen shoulder syndrome...
- Acta anaesthesiologica Belgica (Belgium)
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