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Recovering from a knee injury doesn’t mean you have to stop working out. Instead, switch to exercises that are safe and aid in healing the joint.
If you’re suffering from a sports injury, don’t let these common misconceptions hold you back from a full recovery.
While painful at first, a dislocated shoulder generally heals with rest and physical therapy.
Find out what’s causing that painful clicking in your knee — and how to treat it.
Baseball players are prone to shoulder injuries like rotator cuff tears and shoulder impingement. Here’s how you can stay safe while out on the field.
Numbness or tingling may be a sign of an underlying orthopedic condition. Learn more about common causes of these symptoms, as well as effective treatment options.
Your back, shoulders, and knees carry a heavy load when you lift weights. But you can avoid common injuries with these three simple tips.
An MCL tear or rupture can be a debilitating injury, but it often responds well to conservative treatment options like physical therapy.
Martial arts like karate and jiu-jitsu have grown in popularity — and so have injuries associated with these strenuous workouts.
Dancing builds muscle strength and flexibility — but dancers must be careful if they want to sidestep serious injuries.
If you’re experiencing persistent pain in your knee, it might be time to consider knee replacement surgery.
As the popularity of CrossFit has risen, so have injuries associated with the intense workout.
As New York City warms up for the summer, tennis players are taking to the courts. Here’s how to prevent some common injuries from interrupting the game.