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Why the Traditional Procedure for a Torn Meniscus Can Lead to a Lifetime of Pain (And The Smarter Approach Pro Athletes Favor)

Your meniscus is important. Two pads of cartilage wedged between your shin and thigh bones, the meniscus works to absorb shock, distribute load and...

The Signs of a Torn Meniscus and How to Fix It

The knee is an incredible joint. It can straighten and bend while supporting your body weight—or more if you're lifting weight—and handle the stre...

A Simple Tool for Building Stronger Glutes

How to use Mark Bell's Hip Circle Bret Contreras contacted me to be featured on his website as the Glute Specific gym of the month- WHAT AN HONOR! I...

Just Three Weeks After Knee Surgery, Roger Federer Is Jumping as High as Spider-Man

Just three weeks after suffering a torn meniscus the day after his Australian Open semifinals loss to Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer returned to the ...

Recovering From a Medial Meniscus Tear

A medial meniscus tear is not unusual in basketball.  Many times it is a chronic eterioriations of the joint from the running and jumping the sport...

How to Deal with Meniscus Pain

(via www.proplayerinsiders.com ) The Buffalo Bills first round pick E J Manuel played in a preseason game and afterward he had swelling, stiffness and...

Kevin Durant Is Down, But Not Out

Photo via nba.com Ever since his running mate Russell Westbrook went down with a torn meniscus early in the 2013 NBA Playoffs, Kevin Durant has vo...

Sneak Preview: Nike Zoom KD VI (PHOTOS)

With Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook sidelined by a torn meniscus, Kevin Durant has to carry the load for his team through the secon...

The Athlete's Trouble Spots: Knees and Shoulders

Whether it's a car a computer or a relationship, everything has a breaking point. Our bodies are no different. We can get shut down by an acute inju...

How to Prevent a Meniscus Injury

The ligaments are always mentioned during discussions of knee injuries. But other structures in the knee are also susceptible to injury. A study ...

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