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Woman With Severely Broken Wrist Proves Picking a Great Doc Is Key to Healing

Shredding down the slopes is lots of fun, just as long as the only thing you’re cutting through is fresh powder. But even experienced snowboarders struggle when the weather turns (and snow turns to ice)—as new nursing student Kenzie T-K.,...

Polo Player Rides Again After Successful Surgery for Jersey Finger

When a horse is stubborn, it can explode unexpectedly, injuring even the most experienced rider. That happened to Austin C. at his family’s polo club in Whitestown. He got hurt holding the reins of a client’s headstrong gelded male. After...

After Successful Bicep Tear Surgery, Scenic Arts Designer Gets Back to Building

Sometimes, taking a hands-on role at work comes with the risk of injury. That’s what happened to Grayson K., the owner of a full-service scenic arts company. After seriously hurting his arm while helping put together an event display, Grayson...

Injured Softball Player Gets Back in the Game With Surgery, Finger Amputation, and Therapy

Liv S. was just expecting to spend a fun afternoon bonding with other families on her softball team when she popped into an ATV with her mom, stepmom, and brother, but that wasn’t what happened. Instead, a freak accident caused...

Treatment for Parsonage-Turner Syndrome Helps Young Professional Hold on to What Matters Most

When your wrists are working, it’s easy to make simple movements without a second thought. But when this critical joint starts to fail, everything gets harder to do. When 27-year-old Katie B. noticed her wrist weakness wasn’t going away, she...
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