The knee is one of the body’s largest joints and damage to it can have profound impacts on one’s quality of life. Taking an active role and engaging in open dialogue with your doctor about your questions and concerns for your knee is important to resolve your discomfort and manage your long-term health.
Shoulder pain and injuries affect most adults at some point in their lifetime and can cause serious limits to occupational, recreational, or athletic activities. The shoulder may be affected by acute traumatic injuries or chronic overuse injuries. If you are experiencing shoulder pain, here are 5 reasons why you may be experiencing pain.
Worried you have torn your ACL? When an ACL tear occurs, a decision needs to be made about whether to live with the torn ligament, repair it, or replace the ligament. If you have experienced an ACL tear, you may consider giving it time to heal if you are not in a significant amount of pain. However, an ACL tear that is left untreated can cause future injuries.
Back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide. If you have experienced back pain, you know how consuming and debilitating the sensation can be. Most people who experience mild back pain recover quickly, however recurrence is common, and for a small percentage of individuals, the condition is chronic and disabling. Some conditions are treated with surgical operations.