Preventing sports-related injuries (and re-injury)
A lot of sports related injuries can be prevented by following a few guidelines. We provide a few quick tips on how to prevent sports related injury and re-injury.
After ACL reconstruction patient returns to U.S. Paralympic Volleyball
After ACL reconstruction, patient returns to U.S. Paralympic Volleyball and continues to compete.
ACL reconstruction surgery helps basketball player return to her sport
Basketball player chooses knee surgery to continue living an active lifestyle.
CrossFit enthusiast returns to the gym after ACL injury
After experiencing a torn ACL, patient undergoes knee surgery and works hard to recover and return to her normal lifestyle in the gym.
Why shoulder injuries are common in swimmers
Both competitive and recreational swimmers practice and compete year-round. While the benefits of swimming certainly outweigh the risks, there is still a possibility a swimmer may suffer an injury.
Common basketball injuries
As basketball season takes off it’s important to remember that there are dangers involved and a risk of injury for those who take part in the running, jumping and fast-paced demands of the sport.
Indianapolis Monthly’s Top Doctors
Every November Indianapolis Monthly compiles a Top Doctors list from the Indianapolis area.
Shoulder injuries and your child’s backpack
Injuries affecting children’s shoulders can occur for various reasons.
Impact sports and shoulder dislocations
The most flexible joint in the entire human body is the shoulder joint.
Why does my knee hurt and “click”?
Dr. Scott Gudeman, OrthoIndy sports medicine specialist explains why your knee hurts and “clicks.”
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