You’ve heard of ACL injuries. But what are 3 other knee ligaments that athletes can sprain?
Stretching before exercise has become a topic of debate. When should you stretch, and why?
If you’re an athlete, you may be at risk for an Achilles tendon injury. Find out why.
Build your core strength and flexibility with these 5 exercise ball exercises.
The bones, tendons, ligaments, and muscles of your knee joint are all capable of being injured, which can trigger knee pain. This guide to knee injuries explains the common causes.
When a nerve bundle in the neck is injured, it can cause an intense burning pain down the arm—a stinger.
When the knee is forced beyond its normal range, this knee hyperextension can cause injuries like a torn ACL.
Snapping hip syndrome causes snapping or popping of the hip joints, but whether or not it causes pain can vary.
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.
The kneecap, or patella, can be dislocated by a blow to the front of the knee. Learn the symptoms that can point to this injury.