As a young adolescent, having knee pain is particularly normal. To learn how to treat or prevent, click the link below.
As being a female athlete, you are at a greater risk of tearing your ACL than a male athlete. To learn more on this, click the link below.
Receiving a direct contact to force the knee sideways causes a collateral ligament injuries. Read the following tips to learn how to treat or prevent collateral ligament injury.
Multiple tears in the knee are a very common injury in sports. Athletes are able to treat and return to the game they love. To learn more, click the link below.
The most common knee injuries are tearing of the ACL, MCL, PCL, and torn cartilage. Learn more about these injuries, click the link below.
Swelling of the knee, not being able to move your feet or a tight feeling is caused from compartment syndrome. To learn more about how to treat compartment syndrome, click the link below.
A knee arthroscopy is usually a common procedure when trying to figure out what is the cause of pain in your knee. To learn more about preparation, surgery, and recovery, click the link below.
The knee conditioning program is the program that is offered to you after a serious injury or surgery. To learn more about how to start this program, click the link below.
Knee injuries are a cause of sudden falls or overuse. Read the link below to understand how to prevent and how to treat a knee injury.
Obesity, osteoarthritis, and tight hamstring muscles are common causes of knee tendon bursitis. Click the link below to find out more information on knee tendon bursitis.