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Dupuytren’s Disease of the Hand

Dupuytren’s Disease of the Hand: What Is It and Can It Be Treated?

Frank* always enjoyed working with his hands. It didn’t matter if he was tinkering under the hood of a classic car, building a backyard fort for his kids, fixing HVAC units at work, or playing the guitar—he did it all. His hands and fingers were everything to him. But that all changed a few years …

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How Soon After Hand Surgery Can I Play Sports?

One of the first questions our team of orthopedic surgeons gets from athletes of all ages and abilities facing hand surgery is this: “How soon can I get back to playing sports again?” It’s an understandable question—after all, no athlete wants to be stuck on the sidelines. It doesn’t matter if it’s the star college …

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Debunking 7 Orthopedic Surgery Myths

You don’t have to be nervous when it comes to your first orthopedic surgery appointment. Many people seek treatment for a variety of conditions ranging from carpal tunnel syndrome to broken bones, deformities, impingements, and more. And beyond helping you get back to living a pain-free, enjoyable life, your orthopedic surgeon is happy to answer …

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7 Most Common Types of Hand Surgery

If you’ve suffered any hand, finger, or wrist injury that hasn’t benefited from physical therapy, medication, or rest, orthopedic hand surgery is your best option. But if you’re apprehensive about this next step in recovery, don’t be. Many procedures are minimally invasive, meaning hand surgeons use cameras and tiny instruments the size of a pencil …

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North Texas Orthopedic Surgery: When Is It Recommended?

Fort Worth area residents with a debilitating hand or wrist injury, carpal tunnel symptoms, small fracture, or nagging rotator cuff pain may worry that their doctor will automatically recommend a local hand surgeon for North Texas orthopedic surgery. As a result, they might be hesitant to visit a surgical professional, hoping the injury will heal …

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Arthroscopic Surgery Is the No. 1 Orthopedic Surgery Procedure

Chances are that if you have suffered any hand, wrist, finger, elbow, or shoulder injury, the setback won’t require orthopedic surgery. In many cases, you will benefit from conservative treatment methods such as physical therapy and resting the area affected. But let’s suppose you and your doctor have exhausted conservative treatments and surgery is the …

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