Tag Archives: ACL

Tips to Follow During Physical Therapy

Walking into the physical therapy room can be daunting. You’re recovering from an injury and about to work the most tender part of your body. No one wants to go through physical therapy, but it’s the fastest route to a… read more

A Parent’s Guide to Youth Injuries

Multiple studies published in the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons highlighted key factors parents and coaches need to consider when addressing youth sports. These studies established two major takeaways that can’t be ignored: the frequency of certain… read more

Understanding the Basics of ACL Injuries

You have one point left in your racquetball game, score and you win. Your opponent hits a poor shot and serves the ball on a platter for you. You hustle to your position, stop abruptly to smash the ball, but… read more

Soft Tissue Knee Injuries

The functionality of the knee would not be possible without the series of tendons and ligaments that hold everything together. Trauma or overuse can strain or tear these soft tissues and leave you immobile. The most common causes of soft… read more

Common Causes of Knee Pain

Your knees go through a lot over the course of your life, even just the normal wear and tear of everyday life is hard on your knees. If you are active, then your risk of knee issues is multiplied. Your… read more

Soccer Injuries

There’s no doubting the fact that soccer is an intense sport. All you need to do is watch two kids battle it out on the field for possession of the ball – or watch a goalkeeper slide and dive (repeatedly)… read more