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  • Checking On Your Shoulder Replacement

    Shoulder replacement implants in today’s market are advanced in design and technology. However, they do not last forever. Why does an implant wear out? 1) It can become loose 2) An infection can develop near the implant 3) The bone can wear away 4) The

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  • Impingement and Bursitis in the Shoulder

    Introduction The design of the shoulder gives it an extensive range-of-motion, but little stability. An injury to the shoulder or wear and tear of the joint can lead to pain or stiffness. Pain in the shoulder may be mistakenly called bursitis.

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  • Calcific Tendonitis of the Shoulder

    Introduction Calcific tendonitis of the shoulder occurs when calcium deposits form on the tendons of your shoulder. The tissues around the deposit can become inflamed, causing a great deal of shoulder pain. This condition is fairly common and most often

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  • Acromioclavicular (AC) Joint Separation

    Introduction A shoulder separation is a fairly common injury, especially in certain sports. Most shoulder separations are actually injuries to the acromioclavicular (AC) joint. The AC joint is the connection between the scapula (shoulder blade) and the

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  • Shoulder Instability Problems

    Introduction Shoulder instability can be a common problem after a shoulder dislocation. Instability means that the shoulder is too loose and has a tendency to slip out of the socket (or glenoid). If the shoulder slips completely out of the socket, it has

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  • Rotator Cuff Tears

    Introduction The shoulder joint has great range-of-motion, but not much stability. The rotator cuff tendons are one of the key reasons that the shoulder is so useful. However, the tendons are prone to damage due to wear and tear and injury, or both.

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  • Labral Tears of the Shoulder

    Introduction Since orthopaedic surgeons began using the arthroscope to diagnose and treat shoulder problems, several new conditions have recently been discovered. One of these is an injury to a small structure in the shoulder called the labrum.

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  • MAKER Face Shield Masks

    p>My name is Daniel Curry, I am currently a sophomore industrial design student at CSULB. I am the Co-Owner of an organization known as the Maker Society which began as a student organization at CSULB back in 2013. The Maker SOciety is now a 3D printing Lab currently based on the edge of Garden Grove run by a team of Current and former CSULB students.

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