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Is My Knee Pain Arthritis or a Torn Meniscus?
Sylvie Turner, MS
| May 03, 2019
Symptoms of a torn meniscus and knee osteoarthritis are very similar. Find out how to tell the difference and get an accurate diagnosis.
Osgood-Schlatter: The Surprisingly Common Knee Condition Affecting Young Athletes
| May 02, 2019
Osgood-Schlatter disease is a sports injury found in younger people, characterized by a painful bump that forms below the knee.
Treating and Preventing Foot Blisters
| Apr 25, 2019
Foot blisters are small but painful. Find out how to treat and prevent this irritating skin injury.
How to Cool Down After Exercise
| Apr 18, 2019
Learn how to properly cool down so you can conclude your exercise smoothly and safely.
How to Warm Up Before Exercise
| Apr 11, 2019
Learn how to properly warm up before you begin your workout.
A Guide to Getting Brain Rest After a Concussion
| Mar 20, 2019
Learn how you can practice cognitive rest, also known as brain rest, after a concussion.
Tendonitis, Tendinosis, and Tendinopathy: Sorting Out the Terms
Gabriella Ode, MD
| Mar 05, 2019
A tendon injury may most often be diagnosed as tendonitis or tendinosis. Knowing the difference between these two similar conditions can help you understand the treatment goals, recovery, and long-term outlook for each.
Can You Diagnose a Concussion With a Blood Test?
| Mar 04, 2019
The FDA approved a blood test to help evaluate head injuries. Can this test replace current methods for diagnosing a concussion?
4 Tips to Avoid Knee Injuries While Skiing
Sylvie Turner, MS
| Feb 08, 2019
Skiing may be a fun winter activity but it comes with the risk of knee injury. Follow these tips to have an injury-free time on the slopes!
Who Is at Risk for a Broken Collarbone?
| Oct 04, 2017
Because the collarbone is thin and close to the surface of the skin, it is prone to fractures. Find out if you are at risk, and what to do if you think your collarbone is broken.
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