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Shoulder Bursitis; Part 3

Shoulder Bursitis; Part 3

  “Doc, it hurts…right there…”   About a third of you come in having already become stiff. It’s usually women who get contractures and I can’t really tell you why that is. It might be some physiological or hormonal or anatomical factor. But I also think it can be related to many women’s attitude toward […]

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Shoulder Bursitis; Part 2

Shoulder Bursitis; Part 2

  Sorry for neglecting the blog. I’ve been on vacation. I went to Amarillo for the AQHA Select World Championship and my horse (Senor) and I won 4th place in reining! Okay, enough about me. More about you! There are a few of you who injure your rotator cuffs by getting flung from bicycles, falling […]

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Shoulder Bursitis Part 1

I know you’ve seen me write about the numbers of patients I see each day with the various disorders. If you add them up, they might come out to more than the number of patients I see each day. But remember that some patients come with several complaints! I just had to qualify that so […]

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