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  • Pickleball is good for the body and mind. So why are more players getting hurt?

    Part of the appeal of pickleballis the great workout you can get with fewer injuries.
    But the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons says bone fractures related to the paddle sport have increased 200%over the last 20 years.

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  • How Do the Health Benefits of Pickleball Compare to Tennis?

    Pickleball has experienced significant growth in popularity in recent years. According to the 2023 Sports & Fitness Industry Association (SFIA) Single Sport Report, there are over 8.9 million pickleball players in the United States, a substantial increase from previous years. The sport has seen an average participation growth rate of 158.6% over the past three years, with an estimated 36.5 million enthusiasts in 2023.

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  • Why Is My Shoulder Hurting?

    Whether you realize it or not, you rely on your shoulders every day. In addition to providing a place for a loved one to cry on, your shoulders are used for many things — from playing golf and doing yard work to carrying groceries and even folding laundry.

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Dr. Travis Frantz, Orthopedic Surgeon

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Texas Health Orthopedic Specialists

2008 L. Don Dodson Drive, Suite 100Bedford, TX 76021

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