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Types of Vertebral (Spinal) Fractures

Mark W. McFarland, DO The phrases that conjure up the worst-case trauma scenarios are “someone’s going to break their neck” or “step on a crack, break your mama’s back”.  We can all recall images of TV shows of long ago,

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Is Bicycling a Safe Exercise?

    Jeffrey R. Carlson, MD As we pass through the summer heat, we start to think about fall outdoor activities to keep ourselves moving.  Bicycling through the mountains, viewing the fall colors and enjoying the breeze sounds great.  Please

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Acute Compartment Syndrome (ACS)

  John D. Burrow, DO Orthopaedic injuries that occur during traumatic accidents can be gruesome; however, most are not truly life-threatening. Sometimes, fractures or crush injuries, or even minor injuries, such as those that occur with competitive running, may develop

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