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Ischial Tuberosity Pain: More than a Hamstring Pull?

The Ischial Tuberosity is a bony prominence on the pelvis where the hamstring muscles and the adductor magnus muscle attach and is the region that we...

Tips for Healing a Collarbone Fracture

Aaron Rodgers, much to the pain of fantasy owners and Packers fans, was hurt in a game when his non throwing shoulder was slammed to the ground with the...

ACL Surgery Recovery: A Timeline

The ACL injury has long been the most well known injury in sports. Now, it has gone from a career ending injury to one that has revitalized careers....

Wrist Strain Recovery Starts in the Gym

Wrist strains are common in sports that require frequent snapping of the wrists, like baseball, hockey, golf and tennis. A  strain can be caused ...

Cristiano Ronaldo Breaks 11-Year-Old's Arm

He didn't mean to! At a recent soccer match, Real Madrid's Ronaldo gave 11-year-old Bournemouth fan Charlie Silverwood something slightly more memorab...

Bodhizone's Unique Approach to Fitness and Injury Prevention

Dr. Scott Weiss The main goal of every training program is to ultimately prevent injury. Yes, you want to improve your fitness, but staying health...

What is Plantar Fasciitis and How to Fix It

Plantar fasciitis is a common injury experienced by runners that results in heel pain, which can range from mild to debilitating depending on the seve...

ACL Injury Recovery in 4 Phases

You don't even need to say all three letters. A torn ACL is an injury so devastating, we abbreviate it, calling it just "A." Tear this tenuous kne...

4 Common Causes of Wrist Pain, and How to Fix Them

With eight bones and a network of ligaments and tendons, the wrist is a complex joint that presents plenty of opportunity for problems.No wonder w...

Ankle Talk: Rehabbing an Eversion Ankle Sprain

An eversion ankle sprain can happen when your ankle rolls too far outward. It causes swelling, bruising and pain on the inside of the ankle. In s...

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