Causes and Treatment for Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow, called lateral epicondylitis, is associated with pain on the outer (lateral) part of the elbow and is a fairly common occurrence affecting between 1%-3% of the adult population in the United States. It is most frequently seen in individuals between the ages of 40-50.   Tennis elbow is known to orthopaedic sports [...]

Causes and Treatment for Tennis Elbow2019-04-11T11:58:25-05:00

Are ACL Injuries More Common in Women?

Are ACL injuries more common in women? The answer is yes. When compared to men, women put greater stress on their knees as a result of differences in biomechanics. The space for ACL movement is more limited in women than in men, due to a narrower notch. Within this restricted space, the femoral condyles can more easily pinch [...]

Are ACL Injuries More Common in Women?2018-12-18T13:51:12-05:00

How Different Surfaces Affect Your Running

Did you know the surface a runner chooses to run on can have different effects on their body? Running on hard surfaces can sometimes lead to more stress and result in injuries like inflation in the achilles tendon, shin splints and stress fractures in the small bones of the foot or ankle. Running on soft [...]

How Different Surfaces Affect Your Running2018-12-18T13:56:03-05:00