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Watch Out for These Common Summer Orthopedic Injuries
orthopedic injuries to arise.
When Should You Visit an Orthopedic Knee Specialist?
Are you experiencing knee pain? Maybe it’s time to see an orthopedic specialist.
Working Out With a Knee Injury: Here’s What You Need to Know
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.
Why Does My Knee Click?
Find out what’s causing that painful clicking in your knee — and how to treat it.
How to Heal an MCL Tear
An MCL tear or rupture can be a debilitating injury, but it often responds well to conservative treatment options like physical therapy.
Do I Need a Knee Replacement?
If you’re experiencing persistent pain in your knee, it might be time to consider knee replacement surgery.
Suffering from Hip and Knee Pain? It Could be IT Band Syndrome
IT band syndrome affects runners and office workers alike. Here’s how patients can identify the condition and reduce their discomfort.
Surgery Most Effective in Treating Meniscus Tears, Study Finds
A new study suggests that surgery may be the best option for a torn meniscus in the knee. But is it the right treatment for you?
Why Is My Knee Swollen?
Swelling in the joints can be traced to a number of injuries or chronic conditions. Here are some of the most common.
5 Signs You Might Have an ACL Tear
ACL tears are common among athletes, but anyone can be affected by this debilitating knee injury.
How to Prevent Knee Pain From Running
Do your knees ache when you hit the track? Try these four simple tips to protect your joints and avoid knee pain.
Should I See A Doctor for my Knee Pain?
Knee pain is common in athletes and patients of all ages. Our guide explains when it’s time to listen to the warning signs and see a doctor.
Here’s What Could be Causing Your Back of Knee Pain
Experiencing pain in the back of your knee? You could have one of these five common conditions.
What is Causing Pain on the Inside of My Knee?
Inner knee pain can be the result of a variety of conditions, from arthritis to a ligament tear. Here’s how to identify the source of your discomfort and determine the most effective treatment plan.