Tendonitis in Golfers

If you’re an avid golfer, you’re bound to experience some level of wrist, hand or elbow pain. It’s part of an active game. But what if the pain you’re feeling is more than just the casual twinge after 18 holes? Persisting wrist, hand or elbow pain may be a sign of tendonitis. Tendonitis is an irritation or swelling of the … Read More

Hip Fractures in Seniors

While most older adults are educating themselves on the warning signs of heart attack, cancer or stroke, there is an unsuspected killer not receiving the attention it deserves: fragility fractures. In reality, many more people suffer from a fragility fracture than heart attack, cancer or a stroke. It seems natural that one would be more concerned about cancer than hip … Read More

Keep Rallying: How to Prevent Common Tennis Injuries

Tennis is a sport that has significantly stood the test of time. Men, women and people of all ages enjoy the physical activity and challenge of this popular game. With its popularity, however, comes a higher risk and occurrence of injuries. In 2007, more than 21,000 people were treated for tennis-related injuries and conditions. These risks shouldn’t stop you from … Read More

It’s All Fun And Games Until…

Spring is just around the corner, and as the ground thaws, so do many people who begin exercising again after a winter off. From jogging outside to sports like soccer starting up again, sports-related injuries drastically increase. Though professional athletes spend months training before easing into their season, many kids and adults alike jump right back into their activities without … Read More