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  • Prevalence of ACL Injuries in Women Athletes

    Prevalence of ACL Injuries in Women Athletes

    Yale University reports that female athletes face a significantly higher risk, ranging from two to eight times more, of experiencing an ACL tear.¹ The ACL, or anterior cruciate ligament, extends from the femur to the tibia, crucial for knee stability. These injuries often occur due to sudden changes in direction, improper landing after a jump, or collisions with other athletes.

  • Nutritional Strategies for ACL Recovery

    Nutritional Strategies for ACL Recovery

    What you eat and drink has a significant impact on how your body heals after surgery. If you suffer from an ACL injury, need ACL surgery, or are recovering from knee surgery, nutrition can help optimize your recovery.

  • The Science Behind ACL Tears: Why Skiers Face Higher Risks

    The Science Behind ACL Tears: Why Skiers Face Higher Risks

    Navigating the slopes always carries an inherent risk of injury, yet passionate skiers embrace the thrill! Recent advancements in skiing

  • Preventing ACL Injuries During Winter Sports

    Preventing ACL Injuries During Winter Sports

    As winter sports gain momentum, it's crucial to refresh our knowledge on injury prevention. In sports like skiing, hockey, and snowboarding, anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries are prevalent. Let's remain vigilant in our efforts to prevent injuries on the ice or snow.

  • Injury Prevention for Weekend Warriors

    Injury Prevention for Weekend Warriors

    We have the privilege of treating many students, recreational and professional athletes in our clinic. Recreational athletes can be prone to injury, since they typically work during the week, and put in their longest and most intense workouts over the weekend. These sporadic and limited workouts can be strenuous on the body and leave the weekend-only athlete prone to injury. Healthcare professionals call this “Weekend Warrior Syndrome”, seeing common injuries like sprained ankles, muscle strains, shin splints, and tendonitis.

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