Common Sports Injuries to Joints

Joint injuries during sports aren’t uncommon. These tend to occur for one of two main reasons: overuse or trauma. Overuse involves repetitive motion that puts stress on joints by using them over...

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Things to Know About the Different Regenerative Medicine Procedures

Helping painful knees doesn’t necessarily mean surgery. Cells from your own body can help It’s called regenerative medicine.

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How Can Progeni-Flex Help Sports Injuries

It’s never good when you’re injured doing something you love. When a sports injury happens, there are therapies that can help get you back into the game.

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Treating Tennis Elbow With Progeni-Flex

Tennis elbow causes searing pain that's usually felt in the outer elbow through the forearm. If turning a doorknob, shaking hands, or holding a cup of coffee trigger pain and discomfort, it could...

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Chronic Ankle Pain? When a Sprain is More Than Just a Sprain

According to the American College of Sports Medicine, more than 25,000 Americans suffer an ankle sprain on a daily basis, and those 9 million collective ankle rolls make up for half of all sports...

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4 Ways to Become Mentally Tougher

It’s the 2011 NBA Finals. The Dallas Mavericks, led by Dirk Nowitzki, are down 2-1 in their best-of-seven series against the Miami Heat. Midway through the fourth quarter, things look even worse...

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Strengthen the Hips for Strong Knees

Running is a great form of cardiovascular exercise, but it can also lead to chronic health conditions such as patellofemoral pain syndrome, or runner's knee. Runner's knee is pain experienced at...

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Are You Walking in Your Running Shoes?

To prevent injury, look beyond your feet to what you’re putting on them. Specifically, walking in running shoes can lead to Achilles tendinitis, stress fractures, and plantar fasciitis. Here’s...

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Common Workout Injuries That Can Have You Taking a Knee

by Dr. Sean Whalen | Nov 29, 2016 | Sports, Knee Pain | 0 Comments

Whether you run marathons, play an occasional pick-up game of basketball, or just enjoy a leisurely walk or bike ride, it’s easy to become one of the nearly 50% of knee pain patients that see...

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Sports Injury? PRP Therapy May Speed Up Your Recovery

The last thing a serious athlete (or weekend warrior) wants to do is take time from being active to nurse an injured muscle or painful joint. Thanks to innovations in regenerative medicine, new...

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