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Can The Shoe Prevent Injuries? by ACE Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Tid Bits of Info. Some professional basketball players wear different makes and styles of shoes during the same game/practice. Minimalist running shoes can reduce lower extremity injuries if the runner is a mid – forefoot striker and takes enough time to condition to this type of striking. In …Read More
Conservative Treatment of SLAP tears by ACE Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Institute Tid Bits of Info. SLAP: SUPERIOR LABRUM ANTERIOR TO POSTERIOR. Common symptoms: pain, clicking in the shoulder, weakness and catching. Most SLAP tears can be positively diagnosed with a MRI with dye. Rehabilitation of a surgically repaired SLAP tear can take up to 9-12 months. Seek the …Read More
Proper Activity Level with Osteoarthritis by ACE Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Institute Tid Bits of Info. The most common cause of OA is genetics. The second most common cause of OA is trauma to the joint and not impact activity. Pain in the knees does not always come from OA and in fact many people have arthritic changes that …Read More
Antibiotics and Tendon Damage by ACE Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Institute Tid Bits of Info. 26 million prescriptions of Fluoroquinolones are written yearly in the U.S. Approximately 95% of all tendinopathies associated with Fluoroquinolones occur in the Achilles tendon. The FDA first made a “black box” warning on Fluoroquinolones in 2008. The FDA changed the warning is 2016 …Read More
Control Your Anterior Knee Pain with Buttocks Exercise by ACE Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Institute Tid Bits of Info. Anterior knee pain can have numerous origins. Two of the most common are abnormal patella tracking and distal ITB irritation. The Gluteus Maximus, the buttocks, is the largest muscle in the body. Approximately 90% of the Gluteus Maximus attaches or …Read More