Sports Medicine

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Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine

Welcome To South FL’s Top Orthopedic Center

We specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal lesions, trauma, post-surgical rehabilitation, arthritis, and sports medicine.

Call now! (561) 898-0303
6290 Linton Blvd. Ste 101
Delray Beach, FL 33484

Contact us to learn more or to schedule a consultation

Please fill out the form below and we will get back to you shortly.

Sports Medicine
Tyrance Orthopedics Surgeon, Palm Springs, Tyrance Orthopedics

Sports Medicine

No matter which sport you like to play, it’s no fun missing the action because of an injury. Patrick Tyrance, Jr. MD can help you get back in the game. Using the latest non-operative and operative treatment approaches, we help you heal, regain strength and flexibility so you can return to your favorite activity as soon as possible.

Common sports-related injuries include injuries of the shoulder (rotator cuff, labrum, shoulder separation), knee (anterior cruciate ligament, meniscus), lateral epicondylitis of the elbow, ankle sprains, and fractures.

Patrick Tyrance, Jr. MD specializes in focusing on sports-related injuries, injury management, and rehabilitation, treating a variety of conditions such as:

“Your doctor may recommend surgery if:

You’re an athlete and want to continue in your sport, especially if the sport involves jumping, cutting or pivoting

More than one ligament or the fibrous cartilage in your knee also is injured

The injury is causing your knee to buckle during everyday activities

During ACL reconstruction, the surgeon removes the damaged ligament and replaces it with a segment of tendon ‴ tissue similar to a ligament that connects muscle to bone. This replacement tissue is called a graft.

Your surgeon will use a piece of tendon from another part of your knee or a tendon from a deceased donor.

After surgery, you’ll resume another course of rehabilitative therapy. Successful ACL reconstruction paired with rigorous rehabilitation can usually restore stability and function to your knee.”

Info from: www.mayoclinic.org

“Surgery is most often performed for tendon avulsion injuries, where the tendon has pulled completely away from the bone. Tears from the pelvis (proximal tendon avulsions) are more common than tears from the shinbone (distal tendon avulsions).

Surgery may also be needed to repair a complete tear within the muscle.

Procedure. To repair a tendon avulsion, your surgeon must pull the hamstring muscle back into place and remove any scar tissue. Then the tendon is reattached to the bone using large stitches or staples.”

Info from: orthoinfo.aaos.org

“An ankle sprain refers to tearing of the ligaments of the ankle. The most common ankle sprain occurs on the lateral (outside) part of the ankle. There’s a good chance you may have sprained your ankle at some point while playing sports or stepping on an uneven surface, some 25,000 people do it every day. It can happen in the setting of an ankle fracture (when the bones of the ankle also break). Most commonly, however, it occurs in isolation.

Ankle sprains can be diagnosed fairly easily given that they are common injuries. Pain on the outside of the ankle, tenderness and swelling, and an ankle with an inversion-type injury may indicate a sprain. In these patients, normal X-rays also suggest that the bone has not been broken and instead the ankle ligaments have been torn or sprained.”

www.footcaremd.org

“If the tear causes persistent troublesome symptoms, particularly painful locking, then an operation may be advised – although evidence for the benefit of surgery is variable. Several studies have been done that suggest that surgical treatment for people who have a meniscal tear due to wear and tear (degeneration) is no better than following a standard exercise regime.

Most operations are done by arthroscopy.”

Info from: patient.info

“It’s a common injury, especially in sports like baseball or tennis, or in jobs like painting or cleaning windows. It usually happens over time from normal wear and tear, or if you repeat the same arm motion over and over. But it also can happen suddenly if you fall on your arm or lift something heavy.

Types of rotator cuff surgery:

Arthroscopic. Your doctor will make a small cut in your shoulder then use an arthroscope — a tube with a small camera and tiny instruments — to fix the tear. This means your recovery time will likely be shorter than it would with another type of surgery.

Open. Your doctor uses larger instruments to go into the muscles of your shoulder and fix the tear.

Mini-Open. This uses both arthroscopic and open methods. Your doctor starts with the arthroscope and finishes with larger instruments.

Tendon transfer. If your tendon is too torn to reattach, the doctors can use another nearby tendon.

Shoulder replacement. If the rotator cuff tear is large enough, you may need to have your shoulder joint replaced.”

Info from: https://www.webmd.com

“Tennis elbow is also known as lateral elbow pain or lateral epicondylitis and is not necessarily related to tennis. However, tennis players often develop the condition because it stems from repetitive muscle use. The cause of tennis elbow stems from repeating incorrect movements of the arm. This can lead to small tears in the tendon attachment at the elbow. In tennis, this translates to the repeated motion and force of hitting a ball with a racquet.

Incorrect technique can cause the power in the swing of a racquet to rotate through and around the wrist. This creates a movement on the wrist instead of the elbow joint or shoulder. This can increase pressure on the tendon and cause irritation and inflammation.

Several treatment methods can be used at home or after consulting a physician.”

Info from: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com

“Patellar (knee) tendonitis is a sports injury that commonly affects elite athletes. Over time, repeated movements (such as jumping) gradually weaken the patellar tendon in the knee. This knee injury may cause minor to severe pain and discomfort. Left untreated, pain may worsen over time. Rest, rehab exercises and stretching may help your body heal.”

Info from: my.clevelandclinic.org

“Tendinitis or bursitis often involves the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee and ankle. The pain it causes may be quite severe and often occurs suddenly. As in arthritis, the pain is worse during movement. Unlike arthritis, the pain is often in parts of the body far from a joint. Tendinitis often results from repetitive use (overuse). Though the problem can recur or be chronic (long term) in some people, it is most often short term, mainly if treated early.

Bursitis is inflammation of a bursa. This small sac acts as a cushion between moving structures (bones, muscles, tendons or skin). If a muscle or tendon is pulling around a corner of a bone, or over a bone, a healthy bursa protects it from fraying and stress. When a bursa is inflamed, it becomes very painful, even during rest.”

Info from: www.rheumatology.org

Patrick Tyrance, Jr. MD

Harvard trained Orthopedic Surgeon

Tyrance Orthopedics Surgeon, Palm Springs, Doctor Patrick Tyrance
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Sports Medicine

No matter which sport you like to play, it’s no fun missing the action because of an injury. Patrick Tyrance, Jr. MD can help you get back in the game. Using the latest non-operative and operative treatment approaches, we help you heal, regain strength and flexibility so you can return to your favorite activity as soon as possible.

Common sports-related injuries include injuries of the shoulder (rotator cuff, labrum, shoulder separation), knee (anterior cruciate ligament, meniscus), lateral epicondylitis of the elbow, ankle sprains, and fractures.

Patrick Tyrance, Jr. MD specializes in focusing on sports-related injuries, injury management, and rehabilitation, treating a variety of conditions such as:

“Your doctor may recommend surgery if:

You’re an athlete and want to continue in your sport, especially if the sport involves jumping, cutting or pivoting

More than one ligament or the fibrous cartilage in your knee also is injured

The injury is causing your knee to buckle during everyday activities

During ACL reconstruction, the surgeon removes the damaged ligament and replaces it with a segment of tendon ‴ tissue similar to a ligament that connects muscle to bone. This replacement tissue is called a graft.

Your surgeon will use a piece of tendon from another part of your knee or a tendon from a deceased donor.

After surgery, you’ll resume another course of rehabilitative therapy. Successful ACL reconstruction paired with rigorous rehabilitation can usually restore stability and function to your knee.”

Info from: www.mayoclinic.org

“Surgery is most often performed for tendon avulsion injuries, where the tendon has pulled completely away from the bone. Tears from the pelvis (proximal tendon avulsions) are more common than tears from the shinbone (distal tendon avulsions).

Surgery may also be needed to repair a complete tear within the muscle.

Procedure. To repair a tendon avulsion, your surgeon must pull the hamstring muscle back into place and remove any scar tissue. Then the tendon is reattached to the bone using large stitches or staples.”

Info from: orthoinfo.aaos.org

“An ankle sprain refers to tearing of the ligaments of the ankle. The most common ankle sprain occurs on the lateral (outside) part of the ankle. There’s a good chance you may have sprained your ankle at some point while playing sports or stepping on an uneven surface, some 25,000 people do it every day. It can happen in the setting of an ankle fracture (when the bones of the ankle also break). Most commonly, however, it occurs in isolation.

Ankle sprains can be diagnosed fairly easily given that they are common injuries. Pain on the outside of the ankle, tenderness and swelling, and an ankle with an inversion-type injury may indicate a sprain. In these patients, normal X-rays also suggest that the bone has not been broken and instead the ankle ligaments have been torn or sprained.”

www.footcaremd.org

“If the tear causes persistent troublesome symptoms, particularly painful locking, then an operation may be advised – although evidence for the benefit of surgery is variable. Several studies have been done that suggest that surgical treatment for people who have a meniscal tear due to wear and tear (degeneration) is no better than following a standard exercise regime.

Most operations are done by arthroscopy.”

Info from: patient.info

“It’s a common injury, especially in sports like baseball or tennis, or in jobs like painting or cleaning windows. It usually happens over time from normal wear and tear, or if you repeat the same arm motion over and over. But it also can happen suddenly if you fall on your arm or lift something heavy.

Types of rotator cuff surgery:

Arthroscopic. Your doctor will make a small cut in your shoulder then use an arthroscope — a tube with a small camera and tiny instruments — to fix the tear. This means your recovery time will likely be shorter than it would with another type of surgery.

Open. Your doctor uses larger instruments to go into the muscles of your shoulder and fix the tear.

Mini-Open. This uses both arthroscopic and open methods. Your doctor starts with the arthroscope and finishes with larger instruments.

Tendon transfer. If your tendon is too torn to reattach, the doctors can use another nearby tendon.

Shoulder replacement. If the rotator cuff tear is large enough, you may need to have your shoulder joint replaced.”

Info from: https://www.webmd.com

“Tennis elbow is also known as lateral elbow pain or lateral epicondylitis and is not necessarily related to tennis. However, tennis players often develop the condition because it stems from repetitive muscle use. The cause of tennis elbow stems from repeating incorrect movements of the arm. This can lead to small tears in the tendon attachment at the elbow. In tennis, this translates to the repeated motion and force of hitting a ball with a racquet.

Incorrect technique can cause the power in the swing of a racquet to rotate through and around the wrist. This creates a movement on the wrist instead of the elbow joint or shoulder. This can increase pressure on the tendon and cause irritation and inflammation.

Several treatment methods can be used at home or after consulting a physician.”

Info from: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com

“Patellar (knee) tendonitis is a sports injury that commonly affects elite athletes. Over time, repeated movements (such as jumping) gradually weaken the patellar tendon in the knee. This knee injury may cause minor to severe pain and discomfort. Left untreated, pain may worsen over time. Rest, rehab exercises and stretching may help your body heal.”

Info from: my.clevelandclinic.org

“Tendinitis or bursitis often involves the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee and ankle. The pain it causes may be quite severe and often occurs suddenly. As in arthritis, the pain is worse during movement. Unlike arthritis, the pain is often in parts of the body far from a joint. Tendinitis often results from repetitive use (overuse). Though the problem can recur or be chronic (long term) in some people, it is most often short term, mainly if treated early.

Bursitis is inflammation of a bursa. This small sac acts as a cushion between moving structures (bones, muscles, tendons or skin). If a muscle or tendon is pulling around a corner of a bone, or over a bone, a healthy bursa protects it from fraying and stress. When a bursa is inflamed, it becomes very painful, even during rest.”

Info from: www.rheumatology.org

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We believe in earning the trust of our patients, not only by providing the highest quality and leading-edge medical care but also by treating each patient and their family with sincere compassion.

Patrick Tyrance, Jr. MD is a great surgeon. He explains things on a level in which an ordinary person can understand. He also gives the patient all the information so the patient can decide what is best. My nerve pain is gone.

M.R, Retail

Patrick Tyrance, Jr. MD really took the time to get to know me as a person and to understand my goals. He educated me about my knee injury, and we together came up with the best plan. I couldn’t be happier with the whole process.

S.O, Athlete

Extremely pleased with my knee stem cell injection. My knee is bone on bone; however, the shot took away almost all of my discomfort. The staff and Patrick Tyrance, Jr. MD are very friendly and professional and good listeners.

J. M., Construction

“We have the ability to reclaim and maintain the mental and physical vitality we had in our youth. Your health is wealth!”

– Patrick H. Tyrance Jr. MD

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