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Exercising With Knee Pain: Do's and Don'ts - Sports Medicine Weekly

Exercising With Knee Pain: Do's and Don'ts - Sports Medicine Weekly

Sports Medicine Weekly sportsmedicineweekly Blog , Featured , Injury , Knee , Performance , Prevention , Training Comments Off on Exercising With Knee Pain: Do’s and Don’ts Exercise can often be the last thing on the mind of someone suffering from a

Brrr! What Ice Baths Can Do for Sore Muscles

Brrr! What Ice Baths Can Do for Sore Muscles

Have you ever watched behind-the-scenes clips of your favorite sport and seen athletes lowering themselves into big tubs of frigid water after a big game? That’s called cold therapy, or cold water immersion — and it’s basically the practice of taking an

A Framework for Clinicians to Improve the Decision-Making Process in Return to Sport - Sports Medicine - Open

A Framework for Clinicians to Improve the Decision-Making Process in Return to Sport - Sports Medicine - Open

Sports Medicine - Open Sports Medicine - Open volume 8, Article number: 52 (2022) Cite this article 1 Altmetric Metrics details Abstract Return-to-sport (RTS) decisions are critical to clinical sports medicine and are often characterised by uncertainties,

How Technology Has Impacted And Transformed Healthcare - Sports Medicine Weekly

How Technology Has Impacted And Transformed Healthcare - Sports Medicine Weekly

Sports Medicine Weekly sportsmedicineweekly Blog , Featured , Prevention , Science , Treatment Comments Off on How Technology Has Impacted And Transformed Healthcare Technology is still advancing. New solutions and capabilities are introduced on an almost

Effects of Different Long-Term Exercise Modalities on Tissue Stiffness - Sports Medicine - Open

Effects of Different Long-Term Exercise Modalities on Tissue Stiffness - Sports Medicine - Open

Sports Medicine - Open Sports Medicine - Open volume 8, Article number: 71 (2022) Cite this article 1 Altmetric Metrics details Abstract Stiffness is a fundamental property of living tissues, which may be modified by pathologies or traumatic events but

Review of Sesamoid Pain - Sports Medicine Review

Review of Sesamoid Pain - Sports Medicine Review

Plantar surface forefoot pain is typically due to pain from the sesamoid bone. Introduction The two sesamoid bones are found within the flexor hallucis brevis (1). There is a medial sesamoid bone, also known as the tibial sesamoid, and a lateral sesamoid,

Differentiation Ability of Tendon-Derived Stem Cells and Histological Characteristics of Rotator Cuff Remnant on the Greater Tuberosity Degenerated With Age and Chronicity

Differentiation Ability of Tendon-Derived Stem Cells and Histological Characteristics of Rotator Cuff Remnant on the Greater Tuberosity Degenerated With Age and Chronicity

Differentiation Ability of Tendon-Derived Stem Cells and Histological Characteristics of Rotator Cuff Remnant on the Greater Tuberosity Degenerated With Age and Chronicity Song Zhao Correspondence Address correspondence to Jinzhong Zhao, M.D; and Song Zhao,

Four Great Ways to Stay Fit into Your 70s and Beyond - Sports Medicine Weekly

Four Great Ways to Stay Fit into Your 70s and Beyond - Sports Medicine Weekly

Sports Medicine Weekly October 14, 2022 sportsmedicineweekly Blog , exercise , Fitness , Prevention Comments Off on Four Great Ways to Stay Fit into Your 70s and Beyond If 40 can be the new 30, there is no reason 70 can’t be the new 60, or even 50 for that

Joint Function Preservation

Joint Function Preservation

Joint Function Preservation A Focus on the Osteochondral Unit Editors: Reviews the anatomy, biomechanics and function of joints Provides an in-depth overview of strategies for both common and complex joint preservation Discusses the effects of joint