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Baseball Injuries

Everett Bone & Joint’s own Todd Havener, MD explains how a fracture may occur in the wrist when enough force is applied live and what to look for if you think you may have a wrist fracture. Having a small rotator cuff may play a factor in your likelihood of injury. 

How to Recognize and Avoid Injury

While playing baseball, muscles, tendons and ligaments that are most impacted are located in the shoulders, elbows and the bicep regions. The mechanics of throwing are discussed and where in the throwing process most baseball injuries occur. Dr Mason, in this audio segment, describes the best internal rotation to avoid soreness.

Doctor Mason goes over typical injuries seen on baseball players starting in little league on up to the Everett Aqua Sox and the pro’s. Listen to Shannon O’Kelley ask Doctor Mason what the most common baseball injuries are and the doctors in-depth answers about the upper extremities and the amount of force they deal with to play the great game of baseball.

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View of a Human hyaline cartilage bone under a microscope

Ask the Surgeons: Cartilage Regeneration Cartilage. It’s really an astonishing material. A normal human joint has less friction than any mechanical device devised by man. Articular cartilage is very unique in the human body and has high resilience but poor rejuvenation. Dr. Jeff Mason, explains about Cartilage Regeneration and the options to repair and

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A snowboarder moving steeply downhill on fresh powder.

Ask the Surgeons: Snowboarder Injuries What type of Snowboarder injuries does an orthopedic surgeon see typically in a good winter season in the Northwest. Doctor Jeff Mason talks about his experiences seeing injured snowboarders that are suffering from wrist fractures, hyper extensions along with shoulder separations and rotator cuff tears. Doctor Jeff Mason discusses

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