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Quadriceps Injuries And When You Should Visit A Doctor

March 2, 2020 Blog 0

Anatomy Of Your Quadriceps Your quadriceps muscles are often referred to as your quads, and they are located at the front of your thighs. This group is comprised of four specific muscles – vastus lateralis,…Read More

What Is Shoulder Impingement Syndrome?

February 28, 2020 Blog 0

As you progress through your daily activities, you are reliant upon your shoulder to complete various movements including lifting, reaching, and throwing. This requires flexibility along with a sufficient range of motion in order to…Read More

How To Know If You Have A Dislocated Shoulder

February 25, 2020 Blog 0

Your shoulder is among the largest joints that are contained within your body. It is located where your upper arm bone – which is also referred to as the humerus –  meets the shoulder blade…Read More

Understanding Sciatica And Knowing When To Visit A Doctor

February 18, 2020 Blog 0

Your spinal cord advances from the stem of your brain and proceeds downward to your lower back. It is also contained within your spinal column, and it consists of 33 bones. These bones are also referred to…Read More

Hand And Wrist

Flexor Tendon Injuries

February 7, 2020 Blog 0

Your tendons connect your muscles to your bones throughout various areas of your body, and the role of tendons within your hand is no exception. This includes the nine flexor tendons that progress from your…Read More

Understanding Hamstring Muscle Injuries

February 1, 2020 Blog 0

Your hamstrings consist of three posterior thigh muscles that are located along the back of your leg, between your knee and your hip. Your hamstring muscles are tasked with the responsibility of facilitating the many…Read More

Overuse Injuries Of The Elbow

January 23, 2020 Blog 0

Your elbow is located at a point in which three bones of your arms all join together. Your upper arm bone is referred to as the humerus, while the two bones of your forearm are…Read More

Reducing The Risk Of Neck Pain At Your Computer

January 17, 2020 Blog 0

You are already aware of the unwavering presence that computers and related technology have in our lives. Usage of computers has risen substantially from the modest percentages of individuals who typed at keyboards in the…Read More