Repetitive Use Injury

Repetitive motion injuries are tissue injuries that occur as a result of repeated motions. They are among the most common injuries in the United States. 
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Repetitive use injuries can affect the wrists, elbows, fingers, back, shoulders, neck, arms, and even legs. The injury often begins with a feeling of discomfort. You may notice swelling or muscle fatigue that doesn't go away with rest. Some people feel tingling or numbness. At first the discomfort may come and go. But with time, symptoms may become constant. Muscle weakness and nerve problems may develop.

Our Approach

M Health Fairview physicians provide the most up-to-date, effective orthopaedic treatments. The care team at our Orthopaedic Clinic is dedicated to delivering excellent care, innovative research, and meaningful educational programs for all of our patients.

Treatments, Tests, and Procedures

Tommy John Elbow Reconstruction

Tears to a ligament can't simply be stitched together. A surgical reconstruction is needed to repair your UCL. To do that, our surgeons replace your torn ligament with a tissue graft, often a tendon from your own body, to promote new ligament tissue growth.
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Hand, Wrist, and Elbow Surgery

There are a wide range of injuries, disorders and joint conditions that can affect hands, wrists, and elbows of you or your child. These might be due to sports injuries, one of several forms of arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and more.
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Casting, Bracing, and Splinting

Injuries to bones often require immobilization through a cast, brace, or splint. Other reasons include genetic disorders, such as scoliosis, as well as surgeriews where an intervention is required in order for the affected area to heal properly.
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There may be other treatments, test, and procedures for this diagnosis, including:

  • Medical Management

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