Abstract Introduction: Injury to the Anterior Cruciate Ligament is a common injury among athletes. Surgery is generally required followed by a lengthy rehabilitation process and gradual reintroduction to sport. Due to the severity of the injury, many athletes are unable to return to sport following surgery and rehabilitation or are unable to return to preinjury […]
The snow has begun to fall! With any luck the slopes will be opening soon and winter fun will begin. With such a short season the worst thing that can happen is to get sidelined from injury causing you to miss some or all of it. Before gearing up and heading out, take the time […]
Further building upon the foundation from our last articles on foot/ankle and knee health, we continue moving up the kinetic chain to examine the hip. Although the hip is a source of much chronic pain and injury we must recognize that it can be at the mercy of the highly mobile foot/ankle below and spine […]
All muscles work in pairs to move and support one or multiple joints. For the body to function optimally these muscle groups must maintain a state of balance or homeostasis. Too often, based upon the activities of daily living, we find the balance disrupted. The result is muscle aches and weakness, joint pain and degradation, […]
Mr. Halberd Hithy’s funky feet. Mr. Hithy is about to enter my office on a Thursday. I know from our phone call two days before of his current state of being: Gender: Male Occupation: IT – State of Idaho Age: 46 Daily Activities: Running, Netflix, and Baking – he loves his danish pastries.