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How to Prepare for a 5K

Running a 5k can be great exercise in and of itself, but a proper preparation process is an excellent way to develop long-term exercise habits and protect yourself from injury.…

Risk of knee surgery

Recovering After ACL Surgery: What to Expect

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), allows for range of motion in your knee. Like other ligaments, the ACL can be torn during activity—often during sports like basketball, soccer, skiing, gymnastics…

Anatomy of a Knee

Tips to Avoid Joint Injury During Your Workout

There are many health benefits to exercise, but it’s important to remember that exercise also presents a risk of joint injury, whether acute or the result of long-term wear and…

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Repetitive Motion Injuries and How to Prevent Them

As some of the most common injuries in the United States every year, repetitive motion injuries are of concern to athletes and many other individuals. These injuries, caused by performing…

Tips for Avoiding Common Ski and Snowboard Injuries

Snow provides an excellent opportunity for some fun, healthy exercise on the ski slopes. It’s important to remember, though, that these activities can put you at risk for injury. Certain…

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How to Prevent Common Exercise Injuries

Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced gym-goer, a workout injury can happen to anyone. Even something as simple as walking can cause an injury, and anyone participating in a…

Difference Between a Dislocated and Separated Shoulder

Though they are two separate and distinctly different injuries, shoulder dislocations and shoulder separations are easily confused. One refers to a bone popping out of a shoulder socket, while the…

Avoiding Sports-Related Injuries

All sports come with a risk of injury, and in general, the more contact involved in the sport, the higher the risk of a more significant or traumatic injury. In…

Protecting Your Achilles Heel

Sports and related activities can cause a number of injuries, including an Achilles tendon rupture. The Achilles tendon is a strong cord in the leg that connects the calf muscles…

Chronic Shoulder Instability

Some of the most versatile parts of the body are also some of the most susceptible to injuries, and the shoulder joint is a great example. You may not know…

Osteochondral Defect: Cartilage Injury in the Knee

The body is made up of different support structures, and one of the most important of these as it relates to movement is cartilage. Cartilage is a tissue that’s found…

Risk of knee surgery

3 Risks of Knee Surgery

Doctors sometimes recommend knee surgery when other prescribed treatments, such as physical therapy and medications, do not resolve knee pain. The type of surgery largely depends on the patient’s particular…

All About Arthroscopy

If you have a shoulder problem, you already know how pain, stiffness and dysfunction make even the smallest tasks – like combing your hair or getting something off the top…

ALC Treatments

Understanding ACL Tear Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

The repercussions from a tear in your anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, go beyond ruining your day out hiking or landing you on the bench during your sports game. This…

Anatomy of Knee and knee injuries

Anatomy of the Knee and Knee Injuries

The knee is the largest joint in your body, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine. It is also one of the most complex joints with many components, which…

4 common sport injuries

4 Most Common Sport Injuries That Often Go Untreated

From peewees to professionals, sport injuries occur with alarming regularity. Sports with frequent high speed and intensity maneuvers, such as basketball, football and cheerleading, pose the greatest risk of injury.…

Rotator Cuff

5 Signs of a Torn Rotator Cuff

A rotator cuff tear can totally disrupt your normal activities.  Pain from a rotator cuff injury could even awaken you from sleep, Prevention says.  However, early diagnosis and orthopedic treatment…

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Why Your Child Needs an Orthopedic Doctor If They Play High School Sports

Yearly try-outs for high school sports are a busy time for parents and their teenagers. For a few very special days, life is a combination of excitement and anxiety. As…