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Sep 1 2015
A Doctor and His Patience

By: John Parker  Blog: Care That Moves You

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It's hard to imagine that they could learn to do these tricks. But... they did. And when I ask him how he did it, he laughs, and shakes his head, and says "Patience. A lot of patience."

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Aug 30 2015
Is Partial Knee Replacement an Option for You?

By: Seth Greenky  Blog: Care That Moves You

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Knee replacement surgery is not uncommon. Hundreds of thousands are performed each year with the goal of reducing pain and restoring joint function for patients.

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Jun 14 2015
The Internet May Cause “Cyberchondria”

By: Blog Administrator  Blog: Care That Moves You

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More people are looking to the internet and social media as a first line of defense for diagnosing ailments

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Dec 25 2014
Emerging Options for Ankle Arthritis

By: Blog Administrator  Blog: Care That Moves You

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Ankle arthritis is a degenerative condition that can cause significant pain and functional limitation

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Dec 8 2014
Techniques,Tech, and Materials Push Old Joints to New Places

By: Seth Greenky  Blog: Care That Moves You

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Advances in the art of replacing worn out joints occurs along many fronts...

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