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A stress fracture is a fracture that is caused by too much stress being put on a bone. It is not typically caused by trauma and it develops gradually over time....[Read More]
There are many causes of shin pain in athletes. The most common causes include “shin splints,” or medial tibial stress syndrome, stress fractures and exertional compartment syndrome. ...[Read More]
A muscle cramp, often referred to as a charley horse, is a temporary, involuntary contraction of a muscle....[Read More]
The iliotibial band (ITB) is a thick band of fascia (a kind of hard flesh) that extends down the outside of the upper thigh....[Read More]
Because of the high-velocity, high-impact nature of the sport, ice hockey players may suffer concussions....[Read More]
A hamstring strain is a common injury seen with running, jumping, kicking activities, water skiing, dance, weight lifting and ice skating....[Read More]
When Spring Training is in full swing, these tips will help avoid baseball-related injuries during the season....[Read More]
Chronic exertional compartment syndrome (CECS) is one cause of exercise-related lower leg pain. There are four compartments in the lower leg. ...[Read More]
 
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