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Voice Therapy Helps Teacher Return to Singing
Jazzmone Sutton lost her voice -- and, with it, a part of who she is. “I went to say words,” she said of a conversation with friends, “And the words did not come out.” For the Raleigh elementary music teacher, skipping words and having a gravelly voice kept her from singing the way she wanted. She sought help at Duke Voice Care.
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Elbow Surgery Helps Young Gymnast Reach for Her Dreams
When 12-year-old Aya Jackson of Durham learned she would need elbow surgery, she worried that her dream of becoming an elite gymnast was in danger. With the help of a Duke pediatric orthopaedic surgeon, she was back to competing again within a year.
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When Young Athletes Need Sports Injury Care
When young athletes get hurt, the best option for care is often an orthopaedic doctor who specializes in sports-related injuries. However, the criminal conviction of a USA Gymnastics team doctor who used his position to abuse children and teens for decades has raised concerns among parents and athletes.
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