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Preventing Skiing Injuries This Year

If you’re like us, you’ve got plans for at least one ski vacation this season. But, if you’re a little rusty or learning to ski this year, there are some things to understand. Especially when it comes to people who are prone to leg injuries, or who have had past leg or knee injuries, it’s […]


How You Can Exercise While Injured

You might get some strange looks if you hobble up to a machine on crutches at your local gym. If you know what you’re doing then you don’t need to worry about the stares. The most important thing is that you do your research before you drive to your favorite gym without a plan. If […]


Why Do My Feet Hurt in the Morning

You wake up in the morning and hop out of bed. Ouch! That stabbing pain in the bottom of your feet isn’t a stray action figure that your kids left around, but the pain may subside as quickly as if it were. You may go about your day normally, then realize your feet hurt again […]


I Think I Tore My ACL

Now that the weather is cooling down a little, we’re excited to spend more time outside. Whether we’re putting the garden to bed or out playing sports with the kids, the cooler weather is a welcome relief from the sweltering hot summer days. But, if you’re thinking about picking up a new sport after months […]


What Exercises Should I Avoid with a Rotator Cuff Injury?

Many times, surgery is a good option to help speed up the healing process and help you get back to life if you’ve had a rotator cuff tear. Keep reading to learn about rotator cuff injuries, how we can help you heal, and what to avoid to keep yourself healing. Types of Tears A rotator […]


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Within this regularly updated feature of my website, I will provide visitors with practice news and specials, as well as information regarding the most recent technological advances and new treatments in sports medicine. I believe that patient education and open communication with your doctor are the keys to achieving healthy, aesthetically-pleasing results and patient satisfaction, […]


Which Sports Cause the Most Visits to the Emergency Room?

There are two types of parents: those who are extra cautious, bring emergency snacks, and are seemingly prepared for anything. The other kind of parents are a little more fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants, relaxed, or even a little oblivious. We like to think we’re a little of both, balancing between the extremes (if that’s possible). We let our […]


What To Do About A Torn Meniscus

If you’re a lover of sports and playing them, you probably understand that there’s a risk of injury. Those risks go up when your favorite exercise involves contact sport, too. If you’ve recently heard a “pop” in your knee, and are searching the internet to see what you might be dealing with, then keep reading. […]