Properly taping your ankle injury makes a difference in recovery time and the likelihood of further injury. Make sure you’re taking these steps when taping an ankle injury.
Physical therapy plays an important role when healing from a rotator cuff tear. Read about several exercises you may encounter on your road to recovery.
SLAP tears are a type of debilitating shoulder injury common in overhead-throwing athletes. This injury typically takes 3 to 9 months to heal fully.
After you sprain your ankle, knowing what to do in the first hours and days can help you ease pain and get moving again faster.
An exercise ball provides an enjoyable and challenging way to improve posture, balance, and stability throughout the body.
Whether it’s dislocation, fracture, or something else, the kneecap is prone to a few different types of injuries. Learn about them and the symptoms they cause.
Pain deep in the buttocks is a sign of chronic injury to the tendons in the back of the thigh. Learn more about the distinctive signs of chronic hamstring tendinopathy.
When a sharp pain strikes the outside of your knee--especially if you're a runner or cyclist--it's likely caused by IT band syndrome. Learn what training errors can contribute to IT band pain.