3 Little-Known Ways to Help Your Rotator Cuff Heal Faster

Some nutritional supplements may help a rotator cuff injury heal more quickly.
Read about three steps you can take that may help speed up your recovery from a rotator cuff tear.

3 Risk Factors for Shoulder Dislocations

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Shoulder dislocations can occur in athletes and non-athletes alike. Read about 3 factors that can put you at risk for this injury.

7 Causes of Shin Splints

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The pain of shin splints can be avoided if you know what causes it and you take measures to prevent shin splints.

Can Damaged Cartilage Be Fixed?

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When cartilage becomes damaged, it can't heal itself like other components in the body. But experts have found ways repair cartilage through regeneration, transplantation, and PRP/stem cell therapies.

Preparing for Rotator Cuff Surgery

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When the shoulder’s rotator cuff is torn or damaged, it may require surgery to repair it. Find out what you can expect if you need rotator cuff surgery.

3 Common Shoulder Sports Injuries

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Shoulder injuries are all too common, especially in athletes. Learn about three common shoulder injuries and their symptoms.

Recognizing the Signs of Runner’s Knee

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Patellofemoral pain syndrome, also known as runner’s knee, is the most common injury for runners. Learn how to identify this common sports injury.

Is Your Sleep Position Harming Your Rotator Cuff?

If you sleep on your side every night—on the same side—you may be at risk for an injured shoulder.
If you sleep on your side every night, you may be putting yourself at risk for tendinitis in your shoulder's rotator cuff.

The Risks of Rushing Back from a Hamstring Tear

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Find out the dangers of an early return from your hamstring tear.

3 Causes of Shoulder Instability

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Olympian Kerri Walsh Jennings has persevered through her share of shoulder injuries, including two shoulder dislocations. Find out if you’re at risk for this injury.