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Until further notice, all patients at OAL offices and facilities will not be permitted to have accompanying guests.

The only exception will be for patients who are unable to complete the visit on their own, such as a parent or guardian accompanying a minor, in which one guest will be permitted.

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Ganglion Cysts - Wrist/Hand Lumps and Bumps

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Ganglion Cysts are a common condition.  They are not harmful or cancerous, although they may cause some people discomfort.  Ganglion Cysts usually appear as bumps on the back of the hand and at either side of the wrist.  They are also called “Bible Cysts” because in the past, treatment included hitting them with a Bible or a large book.  Today, of course that practice is no longer accepted.  Instead, individuals with Ganglion Cysts have several professional treatment options from which to choose. 
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