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Less invasive alternatives to surgery, treating nerve damage in hands & wrists and more.
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Health Lines May 2016

Harness Your Body’s Healing Power


Surgery alternatives that are quickly gaining traction as less invasive treatments.
No-cut options

Fixing Faulty Electrical Signals

Nerves in the hand or wrist can be cut, crushed, burned or overstretched, resulting in improper transmission of signals to the brain and loss of function.
Relief with immobilization or surgery

The Greatest Gift for a Loved One Facing Joint Replacement

Is a joint replacement in store for a parent, spouse, sibling or friend in 2017? Here are the best things you can do to help them through the process.
A surgeon's supportive tips

Ortho Tip of the Month


Try yoga to destress this holiday season

Be sure to not overstretch, and listen to your body. Common yoga injuries include muscle strains, torn ligaments and even more serious injuries. 

Meet the Doctor

Bradley Crow M.D. – Orthopedic Surgeon


Dr. Crow is board certified in orthopedic surgery and treats lower extremity problems, pain and arthritis, as well as performing joint replacements. 
How this triathalete helps patients remain active
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Muir Orthopaedic Specialists | (925) 939-8585


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