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Viking Fingers: Are You at Risk for This Progressive Hand Condition?

If you’ve never heard of Viking fingers , you might know it by its medical name: Dupuytren’s contracture. This condition typically progresses slowly over a matter of years, eventually making it difficult to do daily tasks like driving, typing,...

How Effective Is Wrist Joint Replacement for Arthritis, and Is It Worth It?

When non-surgical treatments fail to ease persistent severe pain, wrist joint replacement for arthritis can provide welcome relief for some patients. As the joint that connects your hand to your forearm, the wrist is essential to everyday movement. When...

What Skier’s Thumb Feels Like and When to See a Doctor for Help

Also referred to as gamekeeper’s thumb, skier’s thumb is a common injury that causes pain and inflammation in the thumb and hand. In this blog article, we’ll discuss skier’s thumb symptoms, reveal who’s at risk, and explain how it’s...

Clavicle ORIF Surgery Helps 20-Year-Old Cyclist Heal Before the Little 500

Spring break for college students often means taking trips for fun in the sun, but that wasn’t the plan for one hardworking elite student-athlete. This year, Josh H., a 20-year-old IU student, spent mid-March training on a track for his...

Why Does My Arm Hurt? How Can I Get Arm Nerve Pain Relief?

Your arm is full of nerves. When these nerves are irritated or damaged by injury, illness, inflammation, or compression, you can feel upper extremity pain, numbness, tingling, and weakness. Treatment for arm nerve pain relief will vary depending on the...
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