Shoulder
 

The shoulder is

the upper joint of the arm and the part of the body between this and the neck.
A shoulder separation is an injury to the acromioclavicular (AC) joint, which is located at the end of the collar bone (clavicle) on top of the shoulder. ...[Read More]
The shoulder joint is the most commonly dislocated joint in the body....[Read More]
Rotator cuff tears refer to partial or full tears of one or a number of the 4 muscles that help move the shoulder and keep the end of the long bone of the arm within the shallow socket of the shoulder (the “rotator cuff”). ...[Read More]
A labral tear is an injury to the fibrous cartilage portion of the shoulder joint that helps hold the long bone of the arm within the socket of the shoulder....[Read More]
Because of the high-velocity, high-impact nature of the sport, ice hockey players may suffer concussions....[Read More]
The first rules for golf were written in 1774 by Edinburgh golfers, who practiced a game that originated along the coast of Scotland during the 15th century. The original game involved using a club or stick to hit a pebble around sand dunes. Today, golf is played worldwide, predominantly in English-speaking countries, by males and females, in club, collegiate, amateur and professional levels.the sport, though....[Read More]
When Spring Training is in full swing, these tips will help avoid baseball-related injuries during the season....[Read More]
The clavicle, or collarbone, is a long bone between the sternum (breastbone) and scapula (shoulder blade)....[Read More]
 
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