Runners often develop knee pain. Some make the mistake of rushing for an MRI of the knee too soon. If given enough time, cross-training,
The Runners Knee or anterior knee pain syndrome is a very common cause of pain in the front of your knee. Runners of all ages can suffer from a runners knee.
Shoulder dislocations are more common in contact athletes. A shoulder dislocation implies that the ball or humerus has slid off the socket, or the glenoid.
Many of you an recall just how much our pecs hurt, or our quads hurt 2 days after deciding to work out for the first time in a while. Delayed onset muscle
The video below deals with the topic of tennis elbow. It covers everything from diagnosis to tennis elbow treatment. Tennis elbow is a very common cause of
The baby boomer generation is aging, and their knees are wearing out. When the pain of osteoarthritis no longer responds to typical non-surgical measures then a
ACL injuries are incredibly difficult for most athletes to handle. The injury is just first blood drawn in a long battle. The surgery is painful. Recovery
Runners in particular are prone to developing stress fractures in the foot. Stress fractures of the foot will also occur in other sports, but are more than
Pain behind or in the back of the knee is relatively common. The pain behind your knee can be sharp and severe; or mild and dull. In some of you, the pain
Hamstring injuries are perhaps the most common sports related injury. The trend over the years in the Premier League certainly supports this statistic. More
The pain due to severe osteoarthritis can be debilitating. If you have had injections, physical therapy, tried a brace and your pain remains awful it is likely
Simply put, if you are unable to straighten your knee after an injury, you may have a severe knee injury. Even mild injuries can result in loss of full motion