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A blog by Dr. Dolf R. Ichtertz, Nebraska Hand & Shoulder Institute

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Patient Satisfaction with treatments for Dupuytren's Disease

Collagenase rather than Surgery - that is the question - More...

Computers and CTS - Is there an association?

Review of a recent study on the use of computers and the development of carpal tunnel syndrome. - More...

Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release

Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release is a preferred procedure for several good reasons - More...

Failed Cubital Tunnel Surgery

Discussion about recurrent or persistent cubital tunnel/ulnar nerve symptoms or failed cubital tunnel surgery. - More...

Smoking and Orthopaedic Surgery

No wonder spine surgeons refuse to operate on a smoker unless the person has quit smoking completely as proved by a nicotine blood test. - More...

Highly Trained Staff at NHSI

Dena, the nurse here at Nebraska Hand & Shoulder Institute, P.C., has obtained her certificate from the National Association of Orthopaedic Technologists - More...

Treatment Choices for Tennis Elbow

As Americans we like choices. Some surgeons pursue impractical choices of treatment for patients. One of them is arthroscopic treatment of tennis elbow. Another is radiofrequency lesioning and yet another one is - More...

Nutrition and Recovery

Have you ever thought about the role of nutrition in healing? - More...

Pronator Syndrome

In analyzing a person with persistent symptoms after carpal tunnel release or in the person who gets recurrence of symptoms, the differential diagnosis needs to include pronator syndrome. - More...

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