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Sports Medicine Articles

Distal Biceps Rupture

June 16th, 2015 by

Approximately 1.2 out of 100,000 people annually will sustain a Distal Biceps Rupture. This means that the lower attachment of the biceps muscle tendon at the elbow has torn away from the bone. Most often these are traumatic injuries that … Continue reading

Inferior Labrum Anterior Posterior Lesions (ILAP)

April 11th, 2015 by

Click on the link below to view Dr. Burt’s recent peer-reviewed publication in Arthroscopy Techniques discussing the arthroscopic repair of these Inferior Labrum anterior to posterior tears. Article: Arthroscopic Repair of Inferior Labrum 

Pectoralis Ruptures

May 28th, 2014 by

Tearing away or rupture of the Pectoralis Major tendon from the humerus (upper arm bone) is a relatively uncommon injury.  These injuries typically occur in weight-lifters especially during bench press.  The most severe muscle contraction occurs during the downward motion … Continue reading

Rotator Cuff Sparing Shoulder Replacement

January 7th, 2014 by

In the U.S. nearly 300,000 each of Knee and Hip replacements are performed annually, and slowly increasing is the number of Shoulder Replacements at around 50,000.  A growing segment of the population needed shoulder replacement or resurfacing options is the … Continue reading

Opposite Knee ACL Tear After Recovery From ACL Surgery

November 26th, 2013 by

In the wake of this week’s contralateral (opposite side) knee injury sustained by Derek Rose we should take time to consider the phenomenon of injury to the “good knee” after recovery from ACL reconstruction. For competitive athletes a torn ACL … Continue reading