Since the 1950s when it was invented, a cortisone shot has been used to treat many painful joint and tendon overuse injuries. Cortisone is a potent
Source: orthospinenews.com JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Researchers at Mayo Clinic’s campus in Florida have conducted the world’s first prospective, blinded and
A dislocated shoulder usually occurs from sports or a traumatic injury. Most shoulder dislocations occur from falling onto the arm, or after being struck hard
A patellar dislocation is a painful, uncommon cause of knee pain. There are many potential causes of a patellar dislocation. They include: sports injuries,
Lisfranc injuries of the foot can be very severe. A Lisfranc injury can involve ligaments tears or a combination of fractures and ligament tears. Either way a
Impingement syndrome was a name coined many decades ago. Back then we thought that impingement syndrome was the cause of shoulder pain and rotator cuff tears.
Tennis elbow is a very common problem. If you have pain on the outer side of your elbow, especially when you are lifting something, it is quite likely
In this video Dr Jeff Berg and myself will review the topic of SLAP lesions or SLAP tears. This is a very controversial area in the Sports Medicine community.
In this video, Dr Jeff Berg and I talk about the ACL graft choices you have. In order to reconstruct your new ACL we need to use a tendon as a graft. During
Ankle sprains are common in youth sports. Lateral ankle sprains are particularly an issue in youth soccer and lateral ankle sprains are the most common injury
Injury prevention has for too long taken a back seat to injury management and athletic performance. I am so pleased to have Dr Daniel Lorenz contribute this
Rotator cuff tears are a common cause of disability and shoulder pain. While many rotator cuff tears do not require surgery, some tears will. One of the most