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In The Media

 
October 31, 2009

Shoulder Separation May Hurt Sooners

Star quarterback Sam Bradford aggravated his shoulder injury this past weekend, suffering a relatively common occurrence in football and hockey players. Sports medicine became a part […]
September 21, 2009

Shin Splints Can Be a Pain In The Butt

Shin splints can be a tough diagnosis to confirm, and often can be made by excluding the other common causes for lower leg pain in athletes […]
September 6, 2009

Pitcher’s and Their Rotator Cuffs

Randy Johnson on the San Francisco Giants can’t throw for at least 3 weeks due to a tear in his rotator cuff. Putting the Big Unit […]
August 23, 2009

Meniscal Tears — A Common Cause of Knee Pain

Meniscal tears in young athletes can either be repaired or trimmed, but determining which is best is a complex decision-making process. Meniscal tears are relatively common […]
August 2, 2009

Jumper’s Knee Affects Tennis Players

For Nadal to miss his chance to defend his Wimbledon title, he is clearly in a significant amount of pain from tendonitis. As Federer battled in […]
July 19, 2009

Dead Arms in Pitchers

Dead Arm Syndrome can be related to any of the bones or soft tissues in the shoulder joint, but it usually involves the rotator cuff tendons […]
July 13, 2009

Treating and Avoiding a Common Condition in Runners

As running season quickly approaches, a number of runners may find themselves feeling pain in one of their hips following frequent training or exercise regimens. The […]
June 28, 2009

Spinach Won’t Help This Bicep

The next time you experience pain in your shoulder serving a tennis ball or throwing a baseball, keep in mind that it could be your biceps […]
June 13, 2009

Foot Pain Can Affect a Fastball?

The recent placement of Yankee’s starter Chien-Ming Wang on the DL reminds us of the complex and delicate balance of the kinetic chain in competitive pitchers. […]
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