A Decade Of Sports Health

The past decade in sports health has seen advances in minimally invasive orthopedic surgery, wider use of biologic therapies, and strong proof around the benefits

Stingers and Burners In Football

Stingers are common in tackle football. The player will feel a burning or stinging sensation from the shoulder to the hand; The player can return

How Many Workouts Can You Miss And Still Stay Fit?

Time off from training whether for planned or unplanned reasons is inevitable; For recreational athletes who train consistently, time off from two to three weeks

Two Great Reasons To Do ACL Injury Prevention Warm-ups

Recently published scientific reviews show that ACL injury prevention programs are very effective, reducing ACL noncontact tear rates by more than 50% and at the

Successfully Playing Again After In-Season Shoulder Instability

There is controversy about the management of shoulder instability in the high school aged athlete, with many orthopedic specialists recommending surgery for first-time instability; However,

This Hydration Strategy Should Work

A simple and easy to remember hydration strategy: drink half your body weight in pounds in ounces of water per day; Elite athletes may want

Heat Illness Warning Signs

Heat Illness is a broad term used for a range of problems such as dehydration, cramping, dizziness, heat exhaustion and a very serious problem called

Surgery For Shoulder Dislocation: When Can I Play Again?

Article by Dev K. Mishra, M.D. President, Sideline Sports Doc There is a lot of variability in timelines for return to activity and sports after

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