The pelvic floor is one of the body’s most complex anatomical and functional regions. Dysfunction of the pelvic floor muscles can produce a range of symptoms. Read the article to learn more about the symptoms and treatment!
An infrequent source of knee pain is spontaneous osteonecrosis of the knee (SONK). Osteonecrosis is often the result of pre-existing factor; however, when there is no underlying cause, it is presumed to be spontaneous.
This article highlights a commonly missed diagnosis: suprascapular neuropathy. The condition accounts for approximately 2-4% of all shoulder pain but is present in up to 8% of patients with a full-thickness rotator cuff tear. Check out the following quick synopsis for up-to-date assessment and management considerations.
One of the biggest recent sports stories involved Kevin Durant of the Golden State Warriors. In Game 5 of the NBA Championships in Toronto, Canada, Kevin went down with an Achilles tendon injury.1 The interesting situation here is that Durant had also been nursing a calf injury for the previous few weeks that actually kept him out of the first 4 games of the NBA Championship. It was hard watching him fall to the ground, clutching his right Achilles and calf area with his hands. He limped off the court assisted.
A rapid return to activity can mean rampant “terrible too” injuries — too much, too soon, too fast. Although any muscle or joint is susceptible to injury, the adolescent elbow has a particular vulnerability.