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  • Irish Step Dancers

    Top ‘O The Morning and Tips to Keep Your Toes Tapping

    It’s St. Patrick’s Day soon and all around we see people wearing green, celebrating Irish heritage and admiring the Irish step dancers at parades and performances.  Irish step dancing, a traditional style of performance that originated in Ireland is characterized by a stiff upper body and quick, precise movements of the feet. Many schools teach the traditional dance and it remains popular among wee lasses and some lads. This beautiful dance form does come with risk for the dancers. In a 2010

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  • Dr Todd Battaglia on HealthLink

    Dr Todd Battaglia on HealthLink: Cartilage Preservation and Restoration Options

    Cartilage preservation and restoration options from an orthopedic surgeon It used to be that an injured athlete with cartilage damage tried anti-inflammatory medicine, a brace or steroid injections. If those methods didn’t help, the athlete often had to live with pain. Today, some orthopedic surgeons offer cartilage preservation and restoration options. Todd Battaglia, MD, explains which types of injuries can be helped by a relatively new technique of transferring cartilage from one area of t

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    2017 Painting with a Purpose for Operation Walk Syracuse

    Discover your inner artist and support Operation Walk Syracuse by joining us for Syracuse's largest Painting with a Twist event on Friday, February 10th at the NY State Fairgrounds! Enjoy adult beverages and paint a beautiful valentine picture that you will take home at the end of the evening. Proceeds for the event will benefit Operation Walk Syracuse, a not-for-profit volunteer medical services organization that provides free surgical treatments for patients in developing countries and in

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  • dr bradley raphael sports medicine syracuse orthopedic specialists

    Q & A with SU Basketball Team Orthopedist Dr. Bradley Raphael

    Dr. Bradley Raphael Q: What made you first want to get involved with collegiate athletic teams? A:  Growing up in Syracuse, I've always been a huge SU fan. SU athletics then became a major component of my family's life when my father became the team physician over 25 years ago.  Once that happened, all of our holiday breaks and weekends were centered around bowl games, basketball and lacrosse tournaments and final fours. I saw how much my father loved his job and his passion for taking care

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  • SOS PLUS closed , Thursday December 15th 2016

    Both SOS PLUS locations will be closed tonight, Thursday December 15th 2016, due to inclement weather.

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