By Torey Botti, MD
The goal of a sports medicine surgeon is to help people remain healthy and active throughout their lives. Like all things, the patterns and habits of adulthood begin with youth. Unfortunately, there are...Read More
By Ariel Coffey, M.S., O.T.R./L, C.H.T
Have you ever experienced pain while texting or typing? As communication patterns are changing, our society is relying more on technology for both work and leisure as...Read More
By: Darius M. Moezzi, M.D.
Fellowship trained in shoulder and knee...Read More
By: Eric Pitcher, PT, MSPT
In the therapy world, we as therapists are often called upon to help individuals whom are suffering from knee problems. Knee injuries, whether acute or chronic, are among the top 2...Read More
By: Tiffany Kobordo, MS, ATC, OTC, CSCS
What is a Certified Athletic Trainer?
Certified Athletic Trainers (ATCs) are multi-skilled health care professionals who are highly educated in the...Read More
Osteoporosis is a devastating disease that affects millions of women and men each year. It is a disease that causes the bones to become weak, causing fractures without significant trauma. It is essentially a silent disease, until a fracture...Read More
By Julie A. DeGeyter, PT, DPT (September 2017)
“Ow, it really hurts when I turn my head.” “I have this knot in my shoulder that is killing me and won’t go away.” As a physical therapist I commonly hear these...Read More
Chronic tendon and soft tissue injuries are extremely common, not only for high-level athletes but for weekend warriors and the sedentary. Injuries such as tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis, and tendinitis of the...Read More