Common Winter Injuries & How to Prevent Them

winter injuries

According to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, almost 200,000 people sought medical attention for winter injuries in 2018. These were injuries like sprains, strains, fractures, and back and neck injuries, caused by sports like skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, sledding, and tobogganing. Sports aren’t the only cause of winter injuries, though. Frostbite and hypothermia also … Read more

6 Benefits of Stretching (Even if You’re Not Working Out!)

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Stretching is something you can do quickly, easily, and without any expensive equipment, so why do so many of us leave it out of our routine? You probably know that stretching is good for you, but it’s a part of exercise that’s easy to forget about. There are so many benefits of stretching, though, and … Read more

Do I Need Surgery for a Herniated Disc? Non-surgical Herniated Disc Treatment Options

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Herniated discs are unfortunately common among adults and surgery is typically considered the most effective treatment. However, there are options besides surgery that provide effective options for herniated disc treatment. In this article, we’ll be discussing by non-surgical and non-invasive treatments are the best option as well as the issues that traditional surgery poses. What … Read more

Morton’s Neuroma: What It Is, What Causes it, and Minimally Invasive Treatment Options

morton's neuroma

Morton’s neuroma is a painful condition that affects many people. However, it’s 8 times more common among women than men, and largely affects adults between 30 and 60. It has the potnetial to stop sufferers from participating in the sports they love or simply continuing their active lifestyle. Unfortunately, open surgery is considered the most … Read more

Using Bone Marrow Aspiration Concentrate in Sports Medicine

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Previously, patients that failed to gain relief from conservative treatment were forced to either undergo surgery or continue living with pain. Fortunately, cell-based therapies like bone marrow aspiration concentrate are now available and can heal a wide variety of conditions without surgery and without a long recovery period. Keep reading to learn more about bone … Read more

Orthobiologics: A Better Option for Sports Medicine Treatment

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Orthobiologics are a relatively new but very effective option in the treatment of musculoskeletal and sports medicine-related issues. More and more, patients and physicians alike prefer these options to other treatments for their minimally invasive nature and quick recovery process. These treatments can allow people to quickly return to their preinjury levels of mobility. This … Read more

Tenex Tenotomy: How the Tenex Procedure Offers a Minimally Invasive Option for Tendon Pain & Injuries

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Whatever your activity level, you may participate in activities that put you at risk of developing chronic tendon pain. Even something as small as repetitive clicking of a mouse can lead to a condition like tendinosis. But if you’re suffering from tendon pain, is it possible to get treatment without traditional open surgery? At the … Read more

Using Ultrasound Guided Nerve Hydrodissection to Treat Ulnar Nerve Entrapment

ulnar nerve entrapment

Ulnar nerve entrapment is a condition that affects the ulnar nerve, one of the three main nerves in your arm. Your ulnar nerve can become compressed or irritated for various reasons, but when this happens, it’s known as Ulnar Nerve Entrapment. Your ulnar nerve reaches from your neck down to your hand, which is why … Read more

Torn Meniscus Repair vs. Removal: Does Meniscus Removal Increase Risk of Osteoarthritis?

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The meniscus plays an important role in movement that most of us probably take for granted. Without the help of these pieces of cartilage, it’ll be difficult to have much success in any sport. Unfortunately, meniscus tears are an incredibly common injury among athletes, both professional and recreational. In the past, a torn meniscus was … Read more

Tips to Prevent Plantar Fasciitis in Athletes

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Every year, more than 2 million people are affected by and treated for plantar fasciitis, making it the most common cause of heel-related pain. It can affect anyone that is on their feet for significant periods of time, such as athletes, but it largely affects runners, due to the fact that it is an overuse … Read more