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  • Top Injuries in Hockey

    Top Injuries in Hockey

    Hockey is a challenging and entertaining winter sport. But the slippery ice and high-speed gameplay can promote the risk of injury. It is important for players, parents, and coaches to stay aware of the type of injuries that can be sustained in hockey.

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  • The Effects of Colder Weather on Your Knees

    The Effects of Colder Weather on Your Knees

    Winter is here and with it comes cold weather. Did you know that cold weather can have effects on your joints? Oftentimes, individuals suffering from knee injuries have reported that cold weather causes increased aching pain in their knee.

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  • When to Seek a Second Opinion for Sports Injury

    When to Seek a Second Opinion for Sports Injury

    Sports-related injuries are a common occurrence in athletes around the globe. Whether you are a recreational athlete, college or high school athlete, or simply enjoy being active, you will likely suffer from a sports-related injury at one time or another.

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  • Top Knee Injuries among Athletes

    Top Knee Injuries among Athletes

    Knee injuries are one of the most commonly sustained injuries among athletes and can be the most debilitating. The knee joint contains four bones, multiple ligaments, tendons and muscles which are crucial for proper functioning.

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  • Cutting Edge Options for Treatment of ACL Tears

    Cutting Edge Options for Treatment of ACL Tears

    According to the CDC, Americans suffer from approximately 250,000 ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) injuries each year. The ACL connects the femur to the tibia and helps stabilize the knee, making it one of the most vital ligaments in the knee.

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  • The Power of Prehabilitation

    The Power of Prehabilitation

    Sure you’ve heard of rehabilitation but how about prehabilitation? Prehabilitation (prehab) is a process that focuses on improving functional capability with targeted exercises at areas prone to injury.

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  • When to see an Orthopedic Specialist for a Work Injury

    When to see an Orthopedic Specialist for a Work Injury

    Workplace injuries happen annually at an alarming rate of 7 million per year. Workers who must lift heavy objects tend to suffer overexertion injuries, particularly to their back, knees, hips, and shoulders. Repetitive motion injuries such as rotator cuff tendonitis in the shoulder can cause acute damage and chronic pain. These injuries create a loss of productivity while the individual's economic and professional standing takes a hit.

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  • Prevent ACL Injuries This Football Season

    Prevent ACL Injuries This Football Season

    A damaged ACL is one of the most common injuries in sports, especially in football. Understanding the anatomy and purpose of the ACL helps to explain why this is and what can be done to prevent an ACL injury.

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  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
  • Arthroscopy Association of North America
  • International Cartilage Regeneration & Joint Preservation Society (ICRS)
  • American Academy of Regenerative Medicine