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David Wright's Neck Surgery: 3 Things to Know
| Aug 05, 2016
Learn the nonsurgical and surgical treatment options available for neck pain.
Olympian Overcomes Labral Tear Injury
| Aug 04, 2016
American diver Kassidy Cook overcomes several injuries, including a labral tear, and will compete in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
4 Ways to Sidestep Injuries and Improve Your Golf Swing
Michael Reid, DPT
| Jul 29, 2016
A better golf swing doesn’t have to be complicated. Check out these tips and targeted exercises to improve your consistency.
Do Compression Garments Work?
| Jul 29, 2016
Compression garments are popular for amateur and professional athletes alike. Find out what research says about their effectiveness.
Running with Sciatica: 4 Things to Know
| Jul 14, 2016
Are your sciatica symptoms making it difficult to run? Try these 4 tips to find relief.
4 Risk Factors for ACL Injuries That You Need to Know
| Jun 24, 2016
Don’t become another statistic for ACL injuries. Here are four risk factors you need to know.
Tips for Properly Taping an Ankle Injury
| Jun 23, 2016
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.
Which ACL Graft Is Right for You?
| Jun 14, 2016
An ACL tear doesn't have to spell the end to your favorite sport or activity. Here's how to choose which of the 3 common ACL grafts may be right for you.
5 Stretches and Exercises for Rotator Cuff Tears
| Jun 13, 2016
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.
How Do SLAP Tears Affect Athletes?
| Jun 01, 2016
SLAP tears are common shoulder injuries in athletes participating in sports with overhead motions. What is a SLAP tear and how do you treat it?
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