Diamond Doc Resources

 Thumb Injuries
(7/27/2021)
 
 
   

Thumb Injuries


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By Dr. Marc Richard


Dr. Marc Richard, Orthopaedic Surgeon at Duke University, discusses the ulnar collateral ligament of the thumb and how to mitigate the incidence of injury. To have your questions answered by Dr. Richard, submit them using #USABMailbag on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.


Marc Richard, MD, is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Duke University, specializing in elbow, wrist and hand injuries. Dr. Richard’s research evaluates the clinical outcomes of fractures of the upper extremity, with a particular interest in wrist and elbow fractures and improving ways to treat elbow arthritis in young patients. He also has a clinical and research interest in adolescent elbow throwing injuries.


 Injuries in Youth Players
(6/14/2021)
 
   

Injuries in Youth Players


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By Dr. Marc Richard


Dr. Marc Richard, Orthopaedic Surgeon at Duke University, discusses common injuries, how to recognize their risk factors, and how to prevent them to keep you healthy and on the field. Learn more in today's #DiamondDoc. To have your questions answered by Dr. Richard, submit them using #USABMailbag on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.


Marc Richard, MD, is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Duke University, specializing in elbow, wrist and hand injuries. Dr. Richard’s research evaluates the clinical outcomes of fractures of the upper extremity, with a particular interest in wrist and elbow fractures and improving ways to treat elbow arthritis in young patients. He also has a clinical and research interest in adolescent elbow throwing injuries.


 Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injuries
(5/17/2021)
 
   

Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injuries


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By Dr. Marc Richard


Dr. Marc Richard, Orthopaedic Surgeon at Duke University, discusses Ulnar Collateral Ligament injuries and treatments. To have your questions answered by Dr. Richard, submit them using #USABMailbag on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.


Marc Richard, MD, is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Duke University, specializing in elbow, wrist and hand injuries. Dr. Richard’s research evaluates the clinical outcomes of fractures of the upper extremity, with a particular interest in wrist and elbow fractures and improving ways to treat elbow arthritis in young patients. He also has a clinical and research interest in adolescent elbow throwing injuries.


 Rotator Cuff Injuries
(4/20/2021)
 
   

Rotator Cuff Injuries


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By Dr. Marc Richard


Dr. Marc Richard, Orthopaedic Surgeon at Duke University, discusses rotator cuff injuries of the shoulder and proper prevention techniques. To have your questions answered by Dr. Richard, submit them using #USABMailbag on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.


Marc Richard, MD, is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Duke University, specializing in elbow, wrist and hand injuries. Dr. Richard’s research evaluates the clinical outcomes of fractures of the upper extremity, with a particular interest in wrist and elbow fractures and improving ways to treat elbow arthritis in young patients. He also has a clinical and research interest in adolescent elbow throwing injuries.


 Olecranon Stress Fractures
(3/15/2021)
 
   

Olecranon Stress Fractures


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By Dr. Marc Richard


Dr. Marc Richard, Orthopaedic Surgeon at Duke University, discusses overuse injuries of the growth plate or the bone at the back of the elbow, referred to as olecranon stress fractures. To have your questions answered by Dr. Richard, submit them using #USABMailbag on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.


Marc Richard, MD, is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Duke University, specializing in elbow, wrist and hand injuries. Dr. Richard’s research evaluates the clinical outcomes of fractures of the upper extremity, with a particular interest in wrist and elbow fractures and improving ways to treat elbow arthritis in young patients. He also has a clinical and research interest in adolescent elbow throwing injuries.