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November 20, 2014

It’s not as commonly seen as an ACL injury, but the term labral tear of the shoulder or the hip is frequently spotted in the sports pages these days. Why didn’t we hear of labral tear in the past?

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November 17, 2014

McFarland Clinic is delighted to share with our patients and residents of Greene and surrounding counties an agreement has been finalized for a new McFarland Clinic Office in Jefferson. Our clinic location in spring 2015 will be in a newly constructed facility adjacent to the new Hy-Vee.

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November 13, 2014

 McFarland Clinic PC recognized several outstanding physicians and employees for the 2014 Trusted Choice Awards. 

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November 13, 2014

Basketball Player Georges Niang describes the moment his basketball season ended. Initially he thought it was a sprain, but later learned he had broken his foot. McFarland Clinic Sports Medicine Surgeon, Dr. Thomas Greenwald explains this common injury as well as treatment options.

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November 12, 2014

As basketball season gets started, I wanted to briefly discuss one of the most common basketball injuries that often needs surgery - that being the ACL. The ACL, as most sports enthusiasts probably already understand, is a ligament inside the knee that helps stabilize the knee joint, especially during cutting and pivoting motions.

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November 5, 2014

This week we are going to learn about Jones fractures, a term used to describe a break of the fifth metatarsal, which is the long bone on the outside of the foot that connects to the little toe.

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October 30, 2014

Dr. Greenwald goes in-depth on shoulder dislocations in today's blog.

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October 23, 2014

Dr. Greenwald fills us in on meniscal tears today at CycloneFanatic.com.

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October 16, 2014

Ankle sprains are some of the most common injuries in sports. When they occur low down by the bony protuberances (“malleoli”) on either the outside or the inside of the ankle, they are generally treated symptomatically until the athlete is able to return to competition. When they sprain occurs higher up between the two leg bones (tibia and fibula), the sprain takes much longer to heal and often requires surgery.

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October 9, 2014

References to Achilles injuries date back to Greek mythology. Dr. Peter Buck discusses the injury.

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