Does your shoulder feel painful? Is the joint hard to move? It could be because of a labral tear.
Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you can skip out on aerobic exercise and strength training. Here are some tips to help you stay active throughout the cold winter months.
While you may not often think about the triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) in your wrist, there’s one scenario where it will instantly become top of mind: when it gets torn. Learn more about the tears and how to treat them.
Snowboarding season is here. And that means taking care to prevent injuries.
Bicep tears are common, but many people fail to realize that the pain they’re feeling is actually caused by their bicep, not their shoulder.
Recovering from an ACL tear is possible, but it’s not going to happen on its own. Learn how treatment can help the process along.
Arthritis is a frequently overlooked cause of shoulder pain. Find out how you can determine if your shoulder pain is actually being caused by arthritis.
Learn about an exciting new clinical trial being run by New York Bone and Joint Specialists’ own Dr. Leon Popovitz.
A sprained ankle can be painful and debilitating, but luckily your recovery time will usually be short — especially if you take steps to protect your ankle as it heals!
Ouch! You hurt your ankle. But is it a sprain, strain, or tear? Here’s how to tell the difference between these similar tendon and ligament injuries — and how to treat them.
Is a stiff shoulder making it difficult to do your daily activities? It’s time to get your frozen shoulder thawed.
Bowling is a fun, competitive activity whether you’re playing with friends or on a team. But it also puts a lot of stress on your shoulders, wrists, hands, and elbows.
Upper body gym exercises like weightlifting can sometimes damage shoulders, elbows, and wrists. Fortunately, injuries are preventable if you take precautions.
Can’t move your finger? It could be due to an orthopedic condition known as trigger finger. Learn more about the causes and treatments.
Soccer may mostly be associated with the legs and feet, but that’s not the only place where injuries can happen. Your wrists and hands can be hurt too if you aren’t careful.