Entries by Davis Hurley, MD

Nerve Pain in Your Hands? Common Causes and Treatments

Nerve Pain in Your Hands? Common Causes and Treatments Nerve pain in your hands can keep you from many important daily tasks. From texting and typing, to eating, grooming and sometimes even writing (yes, with a pen – people still do it!), healthy hands are, at once, remarkably efficient and incredibly vulnerable.  The hands’ complex […]

Am I just sore or am I injured? Identifying and treating elbow pain.

It’s that time of year – everyone is back in the gym or joining a high-intensity workout program. If you’re among those who gave their work out a kick start at the beginning of the year – congrats! You’ve made it through month number one. As you have continued to be active, you’ve certainly endured […]

Advanced Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Specialists and Denver Vail Orthopedics Combine as a Division of Orthopedic Centers of Colorado

DENVER – October 1, 2017 – Advanced Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Specialists and Denver-Vail Orthopedics today announced the formation of a combined entity under the Advanced Orthopedic name. The combined practice will continue to operate as a division of Orthopedic Centers of Colorado, and unites 19 doctors in all the orthopedic specialties including sports medicine, […]

Seven of Colorado’s Top Private Orthopedic Practices Come Together to Form Orthopedic Centers of Colorado, Now the State’s Largest Practice

DENVER – August 31, 2017 – Fifty-six of Colorado’s top orthopedic physicians, across seven practices, have united under a common vision of improving outcomes, efficiency, cost, and quality to form Orthopedic Centers of Colorado, LLC (OCC). With 19 offices across the Denver metro area, the combined practice is the largest provider of orthopedic and musculoskeletal […]

Tennis Elbow: A pain with many names

Do you have pain in your forearm and elbow, but never picked up a tennis racquet in your life? Whether you call it tennis elbow, “climber’s syndrome,” or anything else, elbow pain is often caused by a form of tendinitis or irritation of the tissue that connects the muscles in your forearm to your elbow. […]

A sparkler burns at a toasty 1,200 degrees!

A sparkler burns at a toasty 1,200 degrees! That’s hot enough to cause very serious injury. The 4th of July is a great time for celebration and it’s also a really important time to be safe. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) says fireworks are the cause of more than 10,000 injuries annually; and hand, arm […]