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Do I need surgery for a dislocation of my acromioclavicular (AC) joint in the shoulder?

Often I am asked by my patient’s and frequently by other patients as a second opinion, whether they need surgery after a dislocation of the acromioclavicular joint of their shoulder. We will refer to the acromioclavicular joint as the AC joint. The answer as to whether surgery is needed for an injury of this type

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Do metal plates and screws need to be removed from the bone after a fracture has healed?

It is common now for broken bones (fractures) to be fixed with metal plates and screws or a long nail, especially if the fracture is unstable or the joint surface has been damaged, and for this hardware to be left in the body. Using metal plates and screws, or a long nail, allows the bone

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Grandparents, Lock Up the Medicine, Please!

Kids to Grandma and Grandpa: Lock up the medicine, please! Nearly one out of four grandparents store prescription medications in a place where children can easily access those medications – and that habit, University of Michigan researchers suggest, contributes to an epidemic of unintentional poisoning injuries for children. The University of Michigan Mott Children’s Hospital

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