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All About Ankle Sprains and Strains
Ankle strains and sprains are common injuries. This article reviews what you need to know about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options.
Common Running Injuries: Knee Pain
Runners put an enormous amount of pressure on their knees, making the joint susceptible to a number of different conditions.
Pop, Click, Snap: Snapping Hip Syndrome
Snapping hips are most commonly caused a hip tendon or muscle sliding over the bone. Learn what it is, how it feels, and how it can be treated.
What You Need to Know About Concussions
Learn the risk factors, symptoms, diagnoses and rehabilitation typically associated with concussion.
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ACL Tear Surgical Repair
ACL surgery typically involves reconstructing the injured knee ligament using a graft from elsewhere on the body or from a donor.
All About Foot Stress Fractures
Stress fractures are small, microscopic cracks in bone that commonly occur in the feet. Foot stress fractures are often caused by overuse injuries in sports, such as soccer or dance.
Tennis Elbow Treatment
Treatment recommendations vary greatly among physicians. Athletes may consider seeking second opinions and/or a treatment protocol from physical therapists or athletic trainers.
3 Types of Snapping Hip Syndrome
There are three ways snapping hip can originate. Each type of snapping hip, while typically harmless, may lead to pain and joint damage for some athletes.
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Knee cartilage repair, regeneration, and replacement are each used to treat injured knee cartilage, which does not heal on its own.
Rotator cuff injuries are typically attributed to trauma, tissue degeneration, and shoulder impingement. But how do they occur?
Learn about the 5 most common symptoms of shin splints and what symptoms are not associated with the discorder
Wrist tendonitis and sprains are common injuries of the wrist. While both conditions may be similar in many ways, there are also several differences that are seen.