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Certain Athletes More Likely To Injure Their ACL

Studies show that anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries in the knee are more common among high-school age athletes. Research shows this may be due to muscle imbalance and coordination issues in developing adolescent knees. A recent study in the Journal of Athletic Training focused on ACL injuries in this group of patients and yielded the…..

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Dealing With Bursitis: What Is Bursitis And How Can It Be Treated?

Bursitis is a common condition that affects active patients. Simply, “bursitis” results from pain and irritation in a structure called the “bursa.” Bursae are normal structures that are found in many areas throughout the body, particularly around moving parts of the body, such as joints, ligaments, and tendons. Bursae typically provide an essential lubricating function,…..

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Safety Battle: Artificial V. Natural Turf

There are numerous ways to approach the debate concerning artificial and natural surfaces when it comes to playing sports. Which is better for the environment? Which is cheaper? For athletes, the biggest concern is often how the surface feels and whether or not the surface puts them at greater risk of injury. Which Surface And…..

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Not Dead Yet: Shoulder Instability Or “Dead Arm Syndrome”

The repetitive motion of over-arm throwing that baseball pitchers consistently endure can put a significant amount of strain on an athlete’s shoulder. Because the shoulder joints are relatively “loose” to begin with, it’s not hard to overuse or injure them. What Is Dead Arm Syndrome? Often, shoulder instability can lead to lessened ability to use…..

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Don’t Stress: The Rundown On Stress Fractures

Even the strongest bones aren’t always capable of absorbing the repetitive shock of jumping and running. Whether you are a high school basketball player, 40-year-old runner, or collegiate gymnast, all active people are susceptible to a stress fracture. Stress fractures are areas of weakness in the bone that come about from repetitive impact (e.g., jogging…..

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What Does Yoga Promise Beyond Flexibility?

You’ve probably heard that yoga helps develop flexibility which can increase your range of motion and allow you more freedom when engaging in physical activity. Well you heard correctly! If you’re not looking to increase flexibility, however, you may have passed it up in the past. We hope you’re surprised to hear that yoga can…..

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Knee Pain Sans Injury: Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome

Many athletes will suffer from some form of knee pain even without having experienced an injury. Frustratingly enough, just light wear of the cartilage under the kneecap can cause discomfort and hinder an athlete’s performance and training. The most common cause of knee pain in athletes who haven’t experienced an injury is patellofemoral pain syndrome,…..

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How to Keep Safe During Marathon Season

It’s marathon season and we want to see you cross that finish line! Training for a marathon can be grueling and put your body at risk for numerous injuries. Any change in your training – an increase in distance, a new route or new running gear – can cause a foot, ankle or knee injury……

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Avoiding Spooky Injuries This Halloween

A walk around the neighborhood might seem pretty safe compared to the fields and courts most athletes run across at full speed. However, there are a surprising number of Halloween related injuries that occur every year– even while doing something as innocent as escorting a child trick-or-treating. Maybe it’s all the little ghouls running around,…..

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Ankle Sprain: What To Do When It Happens To You

Ankle sprains are the one of most common sports injuries. A casual misstep can cause the ankle to roll or twist unnaturally, straining the ligaments. Most of us have experienced a minor sprain at some point in our lives. Often these sprains will heal themselves with a little time and rest; however, more serious sprains…..

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