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Surgeons vs. Chefs

October 30, 2014
Celebrate the magic and mischief of Halloween and enjoy complimentary hors d'oeuvres and beverages, children's activities, a raffle and a…
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Is your child's backpack weighing them down?

November 10, 2010
Dr. Brian Nielsen, a local pediatric orthopedist with Tucson Orthopaedic Institute says your kid's backpack should not weigh more than 15…
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Happy with my Outcome
"I would like to thank Dr. Russell G. Cohen and Sayda Fairfield, PA for my knee replacement. I had my left knee replaced on 1-30-13 and on 4-7-13 I walked down the Grand Canyon and back up on 4-9-13; just a little over 9 weeks after knee replacement. ..."
-  Dale L. ‚ Tucson
 

 Partially Torn Rotator Cuff

Partially Torn Rotator Cuff may occur as a result of impingement syndrome, where the acromion bone rubs against the rotator cuff tendons. Symptoms of a rotator cuff tear include pain, weakness, and loss of motion in the shoulder. The Sports Medicine experts at Tucson Orthopaedic Institute can diagnose and treat partially torn rotator cuff injuries. Watch the animation below to see the step-by-step repair process.