Exercise & Injury

Common Workout Injury Prevention

Workout injuries are relatively common, but luckily, they can be avoided. Let's talk about prevention of some of the most common types of workout injury.

Injuries

Concussion Trajectories: Ways A Concussion Can Affect You

Let's go over the various types of concussion trajectories and their symptoms and treatments. Remember to seek medical help for any type of concussion.

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Laser Therapy and Sports Injuries

A new therapeutic approach to treating sports injuries has emerged: a technique called Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT). What is it?

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How To Exercise With Knee Pain

Knee pain can complicate workouts but there are ways to exercise with knee pain. Check out these tips from an orthopedic surgeon.

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Throwing Sports & Elbow Injuries

Elbow injuries are common in throwing sports. The best course of action is to stop when there's a problem to not make it worse.

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How To Prevent Gymnastics Injuries

While it's not possible to remove injury risk from gymnastics, following certain guidelines can help someone prevent injuries.

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Urgent Care of Common Sports Injuries: How Bad Are They?

Common sports injuries like abrasions, broken bones, sprains, and strains can lead to quick recoveries if urgent care is undertaken properly.

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How To Prevent Injuries While Skiing

Skiing can be quite dangerous and many sustain serious injuries due to the risky nature of the sport but here are some tips to prevent injuries.

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Computer-Assisted Surgery for Sports Injuries

With joint replacement surgeries for common sports injuries, there are now computer-assisted technologies that can revolutionize the process.

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Protect The Noggin: The Importance Of Wearing A Helmet

The head is too important to risk injury, which is why it is crucial to wear a helmet for protection when you ride a bicycle.

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Will An Artificial Joint Set Off The Metal Detector?

A common question after joint replacement surgery is if the artificial joint will set off a metal detector at the airport. Learn about the answers.

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Playing Sports After a Knee Replacement

When considering playing sports after knee replacement surgery, consult with your doctor and look for low impact sports to start.

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Weight Loss and Joint Replacement

Patients can work with their doctors to find healthy lifestyle changes that fit their habits and lifestyle before having joint replacement surgery.

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Common “Weekend Warrior” Injuries

"Weekend Warriors" who exercise and play sports recreationally often deal with the same common injuries but can take steps to prevent them.

Exercise & Injury

Sports Injury Prevention for Baby Boomers

Baby boomers might need to take steps to ensure they don’t injure themselves while working out - here are some guidelines that can help prevent injury.

Injuries

The VOMS Method for Detecting Concussions

A system called Vestibular/Ocular Motor Screening (VOMS) has been developed for use in sporting events, allowing medical officials to check with close to 90 percent accuracy whether or not a player has been concussed.

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How To Treat Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow is a type of tendinitis (inflammation of the tendons) that usually causes pain in the elbow region of the arm - learn about how to treat it.

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Concussions In Youth Sports

While the specter of brain injury among professional football players may be worrying, there are reasons to relax about your child playing football.

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How To Heal Broken Bones Faster

Broken bones (or fractures) are a common occurrence in the United States but there are several tips to heal broken bones faster.

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Tips for Preventing Winter Sports Injuries

While anyone can fall or get injured while participating in winter sports, there are some tips that you can utilize to prevent injuries

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How Do I Know If I Have a Concussion?

Concussions are unfortunately too common among athletes but how do you know if you have one?

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Higher Rates of Atrial Fibrillation in Former NFL Players

According to new research by the American Heart Association, former NFL players are 6 times more likely to have atrial fibrillation (AFib) than similarly aged men who did not play football.

Exercise

CBD and Exercise Injuries: The Facts

CBD, the non-psychoactive compound in the Cannabis sativa plant, is being used recovery from exercise and injuries but what are the facts?

AI

We Can Rebuild: Technology and Rehabilitation

Robotics is revolutionizing the way people recover from serious injuries and can help in rehabilitation.

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