Article: Sports Injuries

Lisfranc Injury

Treating any health condition accurately is extremely important for a successful recovery. If the condition you are dealing can present as another condition and your treat it as if it …

Why Do My Shins Hurt When I Walk?

Your body is filled with paired groups: your eyes, your ears, your lungs, and your muscles. Pairs are especially important for movement. Your muscles can only pull in one direction—they …

Tendon Rupture: Snapping the Main Mover

Everything in the world has a limit to the weight and force it can hold. If you exceed that pressure, like driving too many over-weighted trucks over a small bridge, …

“Spraining” the Big Toe

  Though you may not realize how important it is, your big toe is a crucial player in your ability to take a step. Injuring it can sharply limit your …

Plantar Fibroma: Sole Bumps

It is uncomfortable to stand on a small stone or other hard object. As it presses into the bottom of your foot, it causes aches and pain. Usually people shake …

Achilles Tendon Problems

The skeleton gives your body a frame and your muscles move that frame around—but movement would be impossible if you didn’t have strong connective tissues. Your tendons are ropes of …

Shin Splints: Pain Affecting Activity

Pain tends to keep people from being active. If your feet and legs hurt when you run or play sports, eventually you stop participating to protect your body. Issues like …

Painful Tendonitis and Tenosynovitis

Tendons play an important role in movement. They are the connective tissues that attach your muscles and bones together. Without them, your muscles would have no way of moving your …

Bursitis: Inflammation

All moving parts need some sort of lubricant to reduce friction between them. This includes your joints and the soft tissues connected to them. Unfortunately, friction can cause problems with …