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Expert Cleveland Orthopedic Surgeons Can Help With Spinal Injuries

A Daily Record article published January 5, 2014 details some positive news after an ice hockey player endured a life threatening spinal injury:
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Sports Medicine in Chattanooga Can Help Ballers Back To Their Feet

An SB Nation article published January 10, 2014 details the return of a premiere NBA point guard after a major knee injury that struck him out of the game for a long time:
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Chattanooga Orthopedic Surgeons Say Mamba Mentality May be Dangerous

“”If you see me in a fight with a bear, prey for the bear.” Ive always loved that quote. That’s ‘mamba mentality’ we don’t quit, we don’t cower, we don’t run. We endure and conquer. [Kobe Bryant Facebook post]

Kobe’s will to succeed is remarkable, if not manic. Thus, it surely wasn’t surprising when he returned to NBA action only eight months following a left Achilles tear– an injury that can take up to two years to recover from. Nor was it surprising that he lasted only six games before injuring the knee in that very same left leg.”

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Consult a Trusted Chattanooga Orthopedic Surgeon to Assess Hip Pain

Hip osteoarthritis becomes more common as people age because through the years, the cartilage that acts as padding between the hip joint and the bone undergoes wear and tear. According to ScienceDaily.com, younger people may experience this condition as well:
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Injured Young Athletes Need Quality Chattanooga Physical Therapy Most

Many kids aspire to be athletes and improve on their sport so much that they willingly submit themselves to difficult exercises and physical activities as early as six or seven years old. Their spirit may be commendable, but they’re also more vulnerable to injuries that could send them to a center for physical therapy in Chattanooga or elsewhere. An article posted on WORLDMag.com discusses how serious some of the injuries that these children sustain can be:
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