When you injure yourself during exercise or while playing a sport, you want to get back to your routine as soon as you can. Sports medicine doctors help you do just that.
Damaged joints can cause pain, limit range of motion, and impact your quality of life. Rehabilitation might help. But in more severe situations, joint replacement might be best.
Osteoporosis causes bones to become brittle and fragile. What are the risk factors and when should you be screened?
Concussions in youth sports are increasingly considered a public health crisis. Learn about initiatives aimed at prevention.
There’s a growing concern that kids are developing back, neck and shoulder pain and injury because of heavy backpacks. Here are some suggestions for you and your child to consider.
Female athletes are more likely than male athletes to tear their ACL. Why is this and how can you lower your risk?
Medical disciplines have their own set of procedures designed to treat their specific area of the body. Arthroscopy and osteotomy are two common orthopedic procedures. Learn about these and other common procedures.