Dr. Noyes and Sue Barber-Westin release the 2nd edition of their textbook, ACL Injuries in the Female Athlete. Learn the evidence behind causes, impact, treatment and prevention of ACL injuries in female athletes. Gives step by step instruction on injury prevention programs for female athletes. Order Now
34th Annual Advances on the Knee Shoulder & Sports Medicine Course: May 25-28, 2019 Pre-Conference Sportsmetrics Certification Course: May 23-24, 2019 NEW! Pre-Conference Blood Flow Restriction Course: May 24, 2019 (immediately following the Sportsmetrics Course) Details coming soon to the Cincinnati SportsMedicine Events page!
Does your knee sometimes feel like it's about to give out? Perhaps you have the sensation that if you put all of your weight on your one leg or bend your knee in a certain way, it will collapse under you. Whether you actually collapse or just feel like you're about to, this symptom is [...]
Cycling can be either good for your knees or bad depending on a lot of factors. Even though cycling is low-impact, it uses a lot of repetitive motion and positions that put strain on your knees if you're not careful. Just like any sport, you can hurt yourself if you don't take precautions or prepare [...]
Injuries associated with the knee are usually pretty easy to detect because the knee is one of the most used joints in the entire musculoskeletal system. There are some knee injuries, however, that are either hard to initially detect or that get mistaken as other problems altogether. Unfortunately, this delayed attention to knee injuries could [...]
If you have pain from a lingering knee injury or if you struggle with a chronic condition like arthritis, you might wonder how you can possibly get a good workout. A lot of popular sports and activities for optimum fitness require heavy impact or extensive use of the legs. Running, interval training, and most team [...]
Most children go through growing pains at some point in their lives. Often, growing pains result in discomfort and pain located in the thighs, hips, and behind the knees. Typically, growing pains are not bone or joint-related, and so these pains are considered a normal part of growing up. Doctors typically attribute growing pains to [...]
Running can be hard on your knees. If you stick with the sport long enough, then you're almost certain to develop a case of runner's knee or IT band syndrome eventually. The most direct road to recovery is often to work with a doctor or physical therapist. Once the pain is gone and your doctor [...]
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