Symptoms of adductor tendinitis will vary depending upon underlying causes (injury or biomechanics). Groin injuries comprise 2 - 5% of all sports injuries; adductor tendinitis and tendinopathy are among the most common causes of groin pain in athletes.
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What are the symptoms of Adductor Tendinitis?
Posted by on 6/30/2017 to Back Pain
The 13 Best Abs Exercises You Can Do Standing Up
Posted by on 6/29/2017 to Exercises & Stretches
Build your abs without placing excess stress on your back or hips. Ab exercises performed while standing are very effective for building these core muscles.
Weather and Joint Pain - Is There a Link?
Posted by on 6/24/2017
Some people indicate their joint pain increases prior to a change in the weather. Many other do not believe there is a connection, but there just might be...
Questioning the Benefits of Orthotics
Posted by on 6/23/2017 to Foot and Ankle Pain
A leading researcher on orthotics indicates they may do more harm than good for most individuals. They actually make the supporting muscles and joints work up to 50% harder...
Causes of Medial Epicondylitis (Golfer's Elbow)
Posted by on 6/21/2017 to Elbow Pain & Tennis Elbow
Golfer's Elbow involves break down of tissue that forms the tendon. Swelling and tenderness will be present on and around the tendons that attach to the small bony part on the inside of your elbow (medial epicondyle).
What are the Symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
Posted by on 6/19/2017 to Wrist Pain & Carpal Tunnel
Early treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is important for making sure that this condition doesn't worsen to the point of permanent nerve damage or wasted away muscles in the thumb (muscle atrophy).
De Quervain's Syndrome Tendonitis / Tendinitis
Posted by on 6/16/2017 to Tendinitis & Tendinosis
De Quervain's Syndrome is an inflammatory condition that is commonly caused by cumulative injury, and is one of the most common diagnosed conditions treated by hand specialists.
Small Changes Lead to Big Outcomes - in Health and in Life...
Posted by on 6/5/2017 to Inspiration
Small Changes Lead to Big Outcomes. An important message that applies to all aspects in life. Too many people want to take the easy road and not work hard towards their goals (whether it applies to fitness, overall health, careers, finances, etc). Making the small, consistent sacrifices now will compound into dramatic improvement.
Pain Patterns Associated with Plantar Fasciitis - More Than The Heel is Affected
Posted by on 6/3/2017 to Plantar Fasciitis
Pain patterns associated with Plantar Fasciitis. While the condition primarily affects the heel region for most, changes in foot biomechanics result in issues developing in the ball of the foot and arches as well.
Reflections on Memorial Day Weekend
Posted by on 5/27/2017 to Inspiration
In the midst of a busy weekend, don't forget to take time to reflect on those whose sacrifices allow us to live in a free and prosperous society.
How You Handle Life's Challenges is What Builds Strength
Posted by on 5/15/2017 to Inspiration
We all know that the mental toll our bodies take during times of injury is just as challenging as the physical aspects. Overcoming these challenges builds great character and strength in the true spiritual sense.
Managing A Separated Shoulder - Dislocation
Posted by on 5/7/2017
Non surgical management may be preferred initially, but surgical repair may be warranted for those whom fail conservative care or require extreme usage of the upper extremity.
Shoulder Injury Overcompensation
Posted by on 5/4/2017 to Overcompensation Pain & Injuries
When you injure your shoulder, you will naturally do everything you can to "protect" it. This inevitably leads to more stress on the opposite shoulder. It is critical to focus on upper body health in general when contending with a shoulder injury.
16 Simple Stretches for Tight Shoulders
Posted by on 5/2/2017 to Exercises & Stretches
Sitting at a computer all day with our head and neck in the same position leaves us with tight, stiff, and sore shoulders. Read on to find out about a simple solution you can do at home, at work, truly anywhere - to help alleviate those tight shoulder muscles causing you so much grief.
Shoulder (Subacromial) Bursitis
Posted by on 4/29/2017 to Bursitis
A question we are often asked...what exactly does bursitis of the shoulder involve?
Well to begin, A bursa is a sac of synovial fluid, rich in protein and collagen, that acts as a cushion to protect soft tissue, such as tendons, ligaments and muscle, from friction and excess pressure. We have over 150 bursae (plural for bursa) in our bodies with most of them located in our joints.
What Are Shoulder Trigger Points?
Posted by on 4/28/2017
Trigger points are specific, hyper-irritable and hypersensitive areas in muscle that can suffer from decreased circulation, increased contraction and spasm, and a build up of toxins and waste. Lack of circulation creates a high level of toxins and increased nerve sensitivity that can range from low ache to sharp pain.
Nonoperative Treatment of Superior Labrum Anterior Posterior Tears
Posted by on 4/20/2017
Is surgery required for SLAP tears? Perhaps not...
8 Stretches for your Tight Shoulders
Posted by on 4/16/2017 to Exercises & Stretches
Don’t carry the weight of the world on your shoulders. Despite our best intentions, we are likely to do this every now and again. The following stretches can help alleviate the tightness and soreness our shoulders bear on a daily basis.
Skeletal Anatomy of The Shoulder
Posted by on 4/12/2017
The shoulder has an incredible range of motion, but this means that it is also very prone to injury. The shoulder can easily slip out of alignment by a few millimeters, become weak due to regular wear and tear, or become completely dislocated during a fall.
The Three Grades of Deltoid Muscle Strains
Posted by on 4/1/2017
The treatment for a deltoid muscle strain will vary based on the grade of strain along with the individual's daily routine and activities. It is critical to tailor treatments based on the individual needs of the person suffering the injury. There are however, some standard approaches that envelope the entire spectrum - which includes cold compression and diamtheric treatments designed to stimulate blood flow to injured tissues.
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