Shoulder impingement syndrome, also known as rotator cuff tendinitis can be a common cause of pain in the shoulder.
The majority of Achilles tendonitis cases can be treated with non-operative methods. Some of these include physical therapy, calf stretches and medication.
Shoulder pain encompasses a range of symptoms that can significantly affect daily activities. Understanding these symptoms is crucial for exact diagnosis and effective treatment. Let’s explore the common symptoms associated…
Introduction Shoulder pain can significantly impact your daily life, affecting mobility and overall well-being. Whether an injury, overuse, or an underlying medical condition is to blame, finding effective treatment strategies…
Introduction Shoulder pain launches a relentless assault, inflicting excruciating agony that ravages both your body and soul. At its core, shoulder pain disrupts the delicate balance of the joint, driven…
OrthoIndy physician and former World Champion in Kayak Singles, Dr. Renn Crichlow, discusses common rowing injuries and how to prevent them.
Whether you are running a trail race or running on a trail alone, trail running is a great way to exercise without putting much stress on your joints.
Dr. Mihir Patel, an OrthoIndy foot and ankle specialist, discusses injuries related to track and field and how to prevent these types of injuries.
What are common overuse football injuries? Learn more about high school football summer strength and conditioning.
A foot and ankle injury can greatly impact your daily life no matter how small the injury may be. Here we explain what to expect during recovery from surgery.
Long-term cycling injuries occur when you are doing the same motion over and over again. Your muscles get tired causing overuse injuries. Here Dr. Poulter discusses common cycling injuries and how to prevent them.
Overuse injuries are one of the most common causes of pain in the hand, wrist and elbow. This is due to the repetitive motion in sports, work or even hobbies.
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