A common injury for athletes is an achilles tendon rupture. Often an audible "snap" is heard along with a sensation of pain in the back of the leg. This can even happen even if there have been no previous symptoms of tendon pain. If this has happened to you, then you may wonder what you [...]
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If caught early, carpal tunnel can be successfully treated without surgery. Such early intervention increases the efficacy of conservative, non-surgical treatment options. However, if those options have failed, it may be time to consider the surgical procedure known as ‘carpal tunnel release’. In this blog post, we will address five common questions patients have [...]
Before we discuss what hip or femoral/acetabular impingement is, we need to understand the anatomy of the hip joint. Anatomy of the hip joint The hip joint is a ball and socket type joint. The ball refers to the head of the femur, also called the thigh bone, whereas the socket is the acetabulum, a [...]