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Recent Pediatric Cases

A five year-old child with an upper extremity birth palsy (Erb Palsy) and secondary glenohumeral dysplasia successfully underwent reconstructive surgery, through a single, cosmetic axillary incision. The shoulder joint subluxation was reduced by capsulotomy and lengthening of the subscapularis muscle.…

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New Tennis Elbow Surgery

A highly successful operation invented by Dr. Pruzansky to treat chronic Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis) was published in the “American Journal of Orthopaedics”. The use of Platelet Rich Plasma has made surgical repair less common. Sports Injuries of the Hand…

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Platelet Rich Plasma

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections appear to be as effective as, or better than, steroid injections for tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, and pitcher’s elbow, and probably with fewer side effects.* The application of PRP to these and other forms of…

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Just a Bruise!

Atlanta Braves’ All-Star catcher Brian McCann gave Braves Nation a momentary reason to panic Saturday when he was struck in the right ring finger by a ball off the bat of a former teammate in the first inning of Saturday’s…

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