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Golf Injuries Surgeon


Ankle injuries come in numerous varieties. In fact, over one million people visit the ER each year due to ankle injuries. Most ankle injuries also occur when the ankle is moved too far out of its typical position. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Golf Injuries Surgeon

Welcome to Orthopedic Onto
About Us
If you are an avid golfer, regardless of the
level of skill you possess, you are prone to
experiencing elbow, wrist and hand injuries.
These injuries can be caused due to different
factors, some of which include poor technique,
improper blow, etc. Golf injuries can be
inclusive of broken bones, sprains, or
tendonitis. Wrist tendonitis usually takes place
in your leading hand ligament or sprain injuries
to your wrist causes popping or pain in your
wrist and you can also experience damaged blood
vessels when the club handle strikes your palm
repeatedly. Whatever may be the golf injury you
suffer, it is important to see a golf injuries
surgeon to make sure that your injury is rightly
diagnosed and properly treated.
Average golfers play roughly 37 rounds each year
and numerous days practicing. Over the last
decade, golf has seen a marked increase in
adoption across the country with 24.3 billion
spent on fees and equipment in 2002 alone. Almost
10 of the U.S. population plays golf
regularly. While golf is often viewed as a
low-risk and low-impact sport, it does have
its share of common injuries. These include low
back pain as well as shoulder and elbow issues.
Of all maladies, low back pain is the most common
due to the fast rotation experienced in the golf
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