Orthopaedic Specialists-UPMC Newsletter

Spring 2014

Read articles from the latest issue of our e-newsletter.

Shoulder Replacement Surgery

If you experience shoulder pain while performing routine daily activities, or have trouble sleeping through the night because of this pain, minimally invasive shoulder surgery may be a viable option. Learn more about how shoulder replacement surgery can help restore function and allow return to everyday life...
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Managing Your Health with MyUPMC

Did you aggravate a previous injury while away travelling for business? Ever feel overwhelmed managing various imaging and test results? If these scenarios sound familiar, a new online tool from UPMC can make navigating your health care more convenient...
Read the full article on managing your health with MyUPMC>>

Overhead Throwing Injuries

Summer is right around the corner, and many youth baseball players will begin experiencing aches, pains, and injuries this time of year. While most of these ailments are simple sprains that will resolve with rest or strengthening, some can be more disabling. Learn more about two common overhead throwing arm injuries....
Read the full article on overhead throwing injuries>>

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Winter 2014
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