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Mark Getelman, M.D.

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March 2009
Volume 1 Issue 5

 

SCOI’s Valencia Office Has Moved

Southern California Orthopedic Institute’s (SCOI) office in Valencia has moved to a larger facility to accommodate patients.

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Dr. Getelman Featured in Web Cast

Dr. Mark Getelman, a shoulder, knee, and sports medicine specialist at Southern California Orthopedic Institute, has been selected to illustrate to and inform viewers via Web cast on repairing shoulder instability.

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Doctors Develop Shoulder Repair Option

Rotator cuff tears are a common source of pain and disability among those over 60. In fact, major tears are often considered hard to fix by doctors, or even irreparable. Two surgeons at Southern California Orthopedic Institute (SCOI) have developed and use a procedure that repairs these badly torn muscles, which can help decrease pain and restore a person’s function.

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Foot & Ankle Arthritis Among Boomers

Orthopedic physicians who specialize in foot and ankle care are seeing more 40 and over patients today than in years’ past. Baby boomers are less willing to allow joint pain to slow them down and keep them from exercise or their favorite activities.

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Don’t Take Back Pain Lying Down

Four out of five people will experience low back pain at some point in their lives brought on by activity at work, home, or in sports. However, you can take action to prevent or minimize back pain and the disability that comes with it.

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Tennis Elbow Not Just Tennis Related

You don’t have to play tennis to suffer from tennis elbow. In fact, tennis elbow is the most common elbow injury that orthopedic physicians see. What is it, how does it occur, and how is it treated?

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