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11.11.2013

Psychological factors and return to sport

Psychological factors are important in determining return to sport in injured athletes.

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22.10.2013

New Clinic at West Quay Medical Centre Barry

New Clinic at West Quay Medical Centre Barry

From 6th November Cardiff Sports Orthopaedics will be holding clinics at the West Quay Medical Centre, Barry on Wednesday evenings

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09.10.2013

Stop Sports Injuries

Cardiff Sports Orthopaedics are coming together with the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Academy of Pediatrics, American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, National Athletic Trainers’ Association, National Strength and Conditioning Association and Safe Kids USA to promote the STOP Sports Injuries campaign.

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27.06.2013

Pontypridd in the driving seat

CSO would like to congratulate Pontypridd RFC on achieving the League and Cup double this season (2012-13).

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25.06.2013

Investing in the future

CSO are pleased to announce they will be supporting the new Rugby Academy being set up at Cowbridge comprehensive School.

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22.06.2013

Lions of the future

CSO continue their support of Cardiff RFC, Swansea RFC, Pontypool RFC and Monmouth RFC.

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05.06.2013

Pontypool RFC Sponsorship

Pontypool RFC Sponsorship

Cardiff Sports Orthopaedics are proud to announce a renewal of their sponsorship deal with Pontypool RFC for the 2013-14 season.

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21.05.2013

Clavicle Fractures

A new study from the USA has reported that patients with displaced clavicle (collar bone) fractures benefit clinically and financially from stabilization. They have less chronic pain, less deformity, less weakness, and better range of motion. They return to work sooner, take less pain medication, and require less physical therapy.

 

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07.05.2013

Early ACL reconsruction

If a modern surgical technique and an accelerated rehabilitation protocol are used, there is no increased risk of knee stiffness if an ACL reconstruction is performed as early as 1 week after injury.

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24.04.2013

Frozen Shoulder

A new study reveals that a single corticosteroid injection can provide faster pain relief, a higher level of patient satisfaction, and an earlier improvement in shoulder motion and function than medication in patients with adhesive capsulitis ('Frozen Shoulder').

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