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Sports Injuries

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  • Shoulder Injury

    Shoulder Injury

    Shoulder injuries are common among contact sport athletes, as well as athletes that consistently use their shoulders to compete - swimmers, tennis players, baseball players and tra...

  • Shin Splints

    Shin Splints

    With over three million cases in the United States each year, shin splints are a very common condition, especially among runners. Shin splints occur when the muscle and bone tissue...

  • Pulled Groin

    Pulled Groin

    Muscle strains, or pulls, occur when the muscle fibers are suddenly overly stretched. This stretching can cause a minor pull or lead to slight or significant tearing of muscle fibe...

  • Knee Injury

    Knee Injury

    Generation after generation of athletes continue to elevate the standard of speed, strength and agility. Modern athletes are so big and fast, that it can actually become a detrimen...

  • Hip Strain

    Hip Strain

    Strains, also referred to as pulls, occur when muscle fibers have been overly stretched or torn. If a muscle is forced to rapidly expand as a result of a quick movement or collisio...

  • Hamstring Strain

    Hamstring Strain

    A strain can be described as the excessive stretching or tearing of a muscle or tendon. Strains are one of the most common sports injuries and the hamstring is the muscle that is s...

  • Concussion


    A concussion is a mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) that occurs when the brain is shaken, twisted or bounced within the skull. This movement can cause chemical changes within the ...

  • Tennis Elbow

    Tennis Elbow

    Tennis elbow is a specific form of tendinitis that occurs in the elbow. Tendinitis is swelling of the tendons that results in a painful and burning sensation in the affected area. ...

  • Sprains and Strains

    Sprains and Strains

    A sprain is an injury to a ligament caused by a sudden overstretching. A strain happens when overstretching occurs in the muscle or tendon. The severity of the injury will dictate ...

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