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  • Baseball pitchers, volleyball spikers have something in common: Similar shoulder, elbow injuries

    Baseball and volleyball players share the similar arm injuries due to overuse of their shoulders and elbows. In both circumstances, the shoulder muscles generate and transmit an incredible amount of energy and serve as the transition point where built up energy is transferred from the rest of the body down the arm. After too many pitches or serves, these shoulder muscles get overworked and tend to cause the shoulder to tighten up.

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  • J. Lee Pace, MD, an Orthopaedic Surgeon at Elite Sports Medicine

    Get to know Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. J. Lee Pace, who serves patients in Farmington, Connecticut. Dr. Pace is an experienced orthopaedic surgeon & a complex knee specialist who provides leading-edge orthopaedic and sports medicine care to patients at Elite Sports Medicine and Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in Farmington, Connecticut. He provides treatment for children and adults with joint issues, sports injuries, and many other problems.

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