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What is a Pulled Groin Muscle? (Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, and Recovery)

By:Kevin Asp October 24, 2018 pulled muscle, groin muscle

 

A pulled groin, also called a groin strain, can occur when you put too much stress on your groin and thigh muscles. If you tense these muscles too suddenly or too forcefully, they can become torn or overstretched.

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Distal Radius Fracture: Signs, Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment Options

By:Kevin Asp October 15, 2018 distal radius fracture

 

Suffering from a broken wrist? Known as distal radius fractures, they make up at least twenty percent of the bone fracture injuries that come through the emergency room , according to the Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care. In addition, they are one of most common injury treated by an orthopedic specialist.

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What is Golfers Elbow? (Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment)

By:Kevin Asp September 13, 2018 golfers elbow, tendonitis

 

Golfer's elbow, also known as medial epicondylitis, is a common sports tendonitis injury where you experience pain at the point where your forearm muscle tendons attach to the inside of your elbow on the bony bump. The pain may radiate into your wrist and forearm.

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Swimmer's Shoulder: Signs, Symptoms, Stretches, and Treatment

By:Kevin Asp August 28, 2018

Your shoulder complex was made to accomplish the greatest range of motion while maintaining the most degrees of freedom of all the body's joint systems. Approximately, 90 percent of all swimmer's complaints they bring to their physiotherapist/osteopath or doctor are related to problems with their shoulders, and one of the most notable is a condition known as swimmer’s shoulder.

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