Your knee twists, you hear a pop, and now you have knee swelling and pain when trying to walk or with bending your knee. Perhaps you were struck by
Shoulder injuries can be serious. How can you tell? When do you need to consider seeing a doctor after you injured your shoulder? Let's say you
The medial collateral ligament or the MCL is a large ligament running along the inner side of the knee. The MCL helps prevent the knee from caving inward. MCL
The achilles tendon has brought down mythical warriors and many weekend warriors alike. Tendinopathy- by definition, implies that some degree of degeneration
Most ACL injuries occur after a non-contact twisting injury. ACL tears can also occur after being struck on the side of your leg. Most athletes will pivot or
Meniscus tears or injuries are very common. Because of the significant amount of turning and pivoting with golf, the meniscus is under a lot of stress.
Knee replacement surgery is performed for people with severe pain and poor quality of life due to arthritis. As the baby boomer generation ages the number of
A Bakers cyst is a fluid filled sac that can form in the back of your knee. When the cyst is large, it will cause a bulge in the back of your knee. If the
You woke up one morning, and your shoulder is hurting a lot! You also notice that it feels a little stiff. How could this happen ?!?!
The popularity of high intensity interval training is increasing dramatically. These are also referred to as HIIT workouts. For those who want to bring their
The pectoral tendon attaches the pec major muscle to your humerus or arm bone. The pec major is a very powerful muscle. Pectoral tendons are usually
A bucket handle meniscus tear is a unique type of meniscus tear. Bucket handle meniscus tears are more common in younger athletes. They can occur