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  • Special Diagnostic Tests for Shoulder Pain

    Shoulder pain is among the more common reasons for why people visit a healthcare provider. Pain, tenderness, and reduced range of motion in your shoulder can disrupt your daily life. Your healthcare provider may use one or several special tests in order to pinpoint the problem. The Neer test, Crank test, and Speed's test are among these tests.

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  • Distal Biceps Repair Using an All-Suture Anchor Technique

    Distal biceps ruptures are common injuries that lead to significant decrease in elbow supination strength and pain. This Technical Note describes a single-incision distal biceps tendon repair using 2 knotless suture anchors. This technique is easily reproducible, is efficient, and has the unique benefits of decreasing the risk of heterotopic ossification and damage to neurovascular structure while providing similar outcomes to other described fixation techniques.

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  • Preoperative outcome scores may predict relative improvement from rotator cuff repair

    Published results showed high preoperative patient-reported outcome scores may be associated with less relative improvement after arthroscopic rotator cuff repair compared with low preoperative scores.

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  • Back to Play After Shoulder Injury

    Football volleyball, rugby. Even biking or snowboarding can set an athlete up for a serious shoulder injury and require surgery to fix it. But how does an athlete or weekend warrior know when they can return to the activities they love?

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  • UConn Health Minute: Shoulder Replacement Surgery

    Shoulder pain is a common complaint. There are many treatment options to help fix the problem but for some, the pain and lack of motion will require a shoulder replacement.

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