If you are experiencing pain in the back of your knee, you may have strained, pulled or torn your hamstring, which can lead to pain, swelling and bruising.
OrthoIndy sports medicine specialist, Dr. Scott Gudeman provides 5 tips to prevent or decrease your child’s risk of having a sports injury.
How do you know if you have whiplash, what does whiplash feel like and what a whiplash neck injury feels like.
The most common causes of shoulder bursitis are overuse or injury. Too much movement puts stress on the bursa, causing inflammation.
Zach Veach provides insight on the benefits of rock climbing and Dr. Timothy Dicke, OrthoIndy hand and sports medicine physician, discusses common rock climbing injuries.
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.
Your hip flexors connect the top of your thigh bone (femur) to your lower back, hips and groin. These strains are caused by overusing the muscles and tendons.
Repeated overhead motion can cause inflammation in your rotator cuff, making the tendons swell and “catch” on your upper shoulder bone. This is called subacromial impingement syndrome.
Tommy John is a retired MLB pitcher who played from 1963 to 1989. If a baseball pitcher needs Tommy John Surgery, it usually means overuse caused a UCL injury.
Recovering in the warmer months can be easier on your mental health than in the winter. Dr. Shook discusses how to safely take care of yourself, benefits of being outside and tips to stay positive after surgery in the warmer months.
Victoria tore her ACL dancing. No referral needed, Victoria went to OrthoIndy Physical Therapy to rehab her knee back to normal, without undergoing surgery.
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