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  • Preventing Shoulder Injuries in Summer Sports: Tips for Athletes

    Preventing Shoulder Injuries in Summer Sports: Tips for Athletes

    As the temperatures rise in summer, so does the excitement for outdoor sports and activities. Be mindful that increased physical activity also increases your risk of injury.

  • Common Shoulder Injuries in Tennis Players: Rotator Cuff Tears, Impingement, and More

    Common Shoulder Injuries in Tennis Players: Rotator Cuff Tears, Impingement, and More

    Tennis has exploded recently, with over 5.9 million playing since 2020.1 As it continues to grow, it’s important that players are aware of the common injuries associated with this sport. Tennis requires a lot of repetitive overhead motion, which places a lot of strain on the shoulder, making it more prone to injury.

  • Preventing Overuse Injuries in Golf

    Preventing Overuse Injuries in Golf

    Golf is a relatively safe sport that many enjoy, especially in springtime. Although golf is not a high-impact sport, golfers can still experience injuries, usually as a result of overuse. The swing of the golf club can put a great deal of stress on the shoulder. Over time, the repetitive movements can cause wear and tear on the shoulder, specifically the rotator cuff.

  • 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

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