When an Amateur Bodybuilder Injures His Rotator Cuff

by Jsantos, January 17, 2013

When an Amateur Bodybuilder Injures his Rotator Cuff… When you start building your body muscle structure, normally you don’t know too much about training techniques. It is very possible you don’t know anything at all. However, with time you start to learn how your body reacts and what works best. … Continue reading

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The Knee: Explained for Athletes

by Jsantos, January 11, 2013

The Knee: Explained for Athletes Many of Doctor Mead’s patients are athletes and one of the most common injuries he treats come from the knee. ACL tears among the most usual. Personally, I think we sometimes forget the real limitations of our joints and overuse them to the point of … Continue reading

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Articulations That Indicate A Rotator Cuff Injury

by Jsantos, January 6, 2013

“Articulations” That Indicate A Rotator Cuff Injury A rotator cuff injury can be a tricky one. azithromycin online purchase Not because it doesn’t hurt but because the pain is very scatter. I remember having one and I wasn’t sure if it hurt in the back, front or side of the … Continue reading

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Running to a Hip Injury

by Jsantos, December 27, 2012

Running to a Hip Injury Running has become one of the most popular forms of exercise for people across the country, as it is an easy way to burn calories and stay healthy. Still, it is important understand that there are some risks that come with running too much, especially … Continue reading

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An Orthopedic Doctor in Naples

by Jsantos, December 24, 2012

An Orthopedic Doctor in Naples: Among the Bests of the East Coast Naples, Florida is a place where great orthopedic doctors exercise their practice. I don’t want to sound like an infomercial from Billy Mays (R.I.P.) but numbers back our statement. However, I don’t want to talk about numbers, because … Continue reading

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My Rotator Cuff Injury: A Bodybuilder Tale

by Jsantos, December 15, 2012

My Rotator Cuff Injury: A Bodybuilder Tale Lifting weights have always been a passion. One that started many years ago, back in college, when a girl l I used to date left me. I was 18 and remember perfectly the aroma of my first real gym. Iron bouncing on the … Continue reading

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Life Before and After a Knee Replacement

by Jsantos, December 10, 2012

h1>Life Before and After a Knee Replacement Having surgery to replace one’s knees can be quite stressful on the body, as well as the psyche. Life after knee replacement is probably not going to be the same as life before the surgery. Those who loved having an active lifestyle were … Continue reading

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The Anterior Cruciate Ligament or ACL and Why Athletes Should Understand It

by Jsantos, December 3, 2012

The Anterior Cruciate Ligament or ACL and Why Athletes Should Understand It Injuries to the anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL as many people commonly call it, can happen quite often to those involved in athletics. Both men and women alike can have ACL injuries, and they can happen at any … Continue reading

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Why a Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy?

by Jsantos, November 23, 2012

Why a Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy? More and more, orthopedic specialists are starting to use platelet rich plasma therapy, or PRP, as they are dinging quite a few clinical applications for it. PRP is not a new technology. It first came into use in the 1970s, but the medical and … Continue reading

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Weight Lifting and Tendinitis: A Mix You Can Avoid

by Jsantos, November 15, 2012

Weight Lifting and Tendinitis: a Mix You Can Avoid Whenever someone starts lifting weights, and they haven’t been lifting in some time, there is certainly going to be some soreness involved. The muscles have not had to bear the types of loads that people put on them when they are … Continue reading

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