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Injury Analysis: University of Alabama RB Jalston Fowler by Dr. Patton

Posted on September 13, 2012 to AOC Physician Articles

“The recent injury to the knee of University of Alabama RB Jalston Fowler reminds us of how debilitating such injuries can be,” reports Dr. Patton, Sports Medicine Specialist as well as Knee and Shoulder Surgeon at AOC. Although no official report of the exact structures that have been damaged has been released, the video shows hyperextension of his […]

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Why Your Orthopaedic Physician Cares About What You Eat ~ Dr. Suanne White-Spunner

Posted on July 5, 2012 to AOC Physician Articles

Orthopaedic Surgeons do more than fix broken bones. We also help people decrease the aches and pains that are part of life.  We know that what you EAT has a big effect on how you feel. Overeating and obesity have the obvious effect of adding stress to joints resulting in arthritis and pain at an […]

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AOC Success Story: Clint Martin

Posted on April 24, 2012 to AOC Physician Articles

From ACL Rehab to MulletMan Champion Meet Clint Martin. In the fall of 2008, he had his ACL repaired and replaced by Alabama Orthopaedic Clinic‘s Dr. Clayton Lane. After hard work and rehabilitation, Clint place 1st in the 2012 FloraBama MulletMan Triathlon (Mountain Bike Division) and placed 2nd in both the 2010 & 2011 triathlons. […]

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“Just” A Headache? Maybe Not.

Posted on March 15, 2012 to AOC Physician Articles

Concussions: “When in doubt, sit them out.” An estimated 300,000 sports-related traumatic brain injuries occur in the United States each year. 63,000 of these injuries occur at the high school level. Football causes 63% of these injuries, and girls’ soccer is the second leading cause. Most of these types of head injuries recover within a […]

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