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Play it Safe: Golf Injuries

Golf is typically perceived as a low-risk sport when it comes to injuries, but many golfers will experience pain at some point in their careers.

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Steps to Correct Walking Pains

Walking is generally a safe and easy form of exercise, but injuries can still happen. If your walking is interrupted by aches and pains, it’s best to address the problem early on.

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Injuries Soar on Trampolines

Trampolines are a common sight in many Central Oregon backyards. We all want our kids to be active and have fun, however, the number of trampoline related injuries is growing at an alarming rate.

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Have a (healthy) Heart

At The Center, we look forward to this month of awareness and the opportunity to focus on our partnership with XC Oregon and the annual Tour for the Heart event.

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A Joint Effort to be Pain Free

Join The Center’s Dr. Blake Nonweiler at the Redmond Athletic Club Monday, February 27 from noon to 1 p.m. and discuss developments and improvements in the treatment of osteoarthritis.

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A Literal Pain in the Neck

As common as neck pain is, the triggers may vary. Whether it is from working at a desk or computer, poor sleeping habits, having arthritis in the joints, or lifting and carrying heavy objects throughout the day, it all takes a toll.

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Ten Tips to Avoid Slips

Falls are a major preventable cause of injury for adults 45 and older. One out of five falls causes a serious injury, such as a broken bone or head injury. Slippery, wintry conditions increase the risk of a fall. Keep your footing this winter by following these tips...

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Solid Facts on Frozen Shoulder

Orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Blake Nonweiler, discusses what exactly the frozen shoulder diagnosis is and answers some commonly asked questions on the condition.

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Shin Splints 101

Posteromedial tibia stress syndrome, known to most as ‘shin splints,’ is caused by repeated stress and inflammation of the muscles, tendons and bone tissue around the tibia – where the muscle attaches to the bone.

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