This golf tournament offers an opportunity to share the love of the game and most importantly, to become champions of the crucial mission of Operation: Warrior’s Path and honor those who have given so much to this country - our veterans. So come out to support a good cause. The tournament will be held on November 3rd, 2016 at River Place Country Club: 4207 River Place Blvd. Austin, TX 78730.
Written by GAOrtho Admin on Tuesday July 26, 2016
Events, Latest News
Even if you don’t know the difference between a lob and a volley and equate love with hugs and kisses rather than keeping score, you can still develop tennis elbow. Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) occurs when the tendons that attach the forearm bone to the outer portion of the elbow become weakened, due to overuse or trauma, placing extra stress on the arm, forearm, and hand muscles.
Written by GAOrtho Admin on Thursday July 14, 2016
Medical News, Elbow
One of the most common reasons patients call to schedule appointments at Greater Austin Orthopaedics is back pain. We call back pain whose cause hasn’t been diagnosed “general back pain.” Fortunately, most general back pain dissipates in less than a month. For those experiencing the pain, though, that is a very long month indeed. If your pain is moderate to severe, it’s best to let our specialists evaluate and diagnose the cause to speed your recovery.