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  • Elbow Sprain? Here’s How to Heal Faster

    Elbow Sprain? Here’s How to Heal Faster

    The elbow joint, a marvel of engineering, allows us to perform countless tasks with ease. From raising a cup of coffee to throwing a baseball, it hinges, rotates, and extends, all thanks to a complex network of bones, ligaments, and tendons.

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  • Is Hip Pain Impeding Your Runs? Here’s How to Get Back on Track

    Is Hip Pain Impeding Your Runs? Here’s How to Get Back on Track

    Running is a great way to stay active and improve your overall health. It strengthens your heart, lungs, and bones, and can even boost your mood. But for runners, one area can be particularly vulnerable: the hips.

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  • Top 5 Patient Questions About Hip Osteoporosis

    Top 5 Patient Questions About Hip Osteoporosis

    Do you ever wonder if sudden hip or pelvis pain is a sign of something more? May is National Osteoporosis Awareness Month, a timely reminder to focus on bone health. As we age, our bones naturally become less dense, increasing the risk of fractures, especially in the hips.

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  • Hope for Hips in Pain: Minimally Invasive Osteoarthritis Treatments

    Hope for Hips in Pain: Minimally Invasive Osteoarthritis Treatments

    May is National Arthritis Awareness Month, a time to shed light on the millions of Americans living with this condition. Arthritis, a general term for joint inflammation, can affect any joint in the body, and the hip is a particularly common target.

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  • Hip Pain: What Are the Causes and Treatment?

    Hip Pain: What Are the Causes and Treatment?

    The hip joint is the body’s largest ball-and-socket joint that can withstand repeated motion and a fair amount of wear and tear. Whenever you use the hip, a cushion of cartilage helps...

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  • How to Avoid Hip Injuries for Baseball Players

    How to Avoid Hip Injuries for Baseball Players

    Hip injuries are among the most common reasons baseball players are sidelined for a significant period. These account for about 5.5% of all baseball-related injuries.

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  • What Exercises Should I Avoid With a Torn Labrum?

    What Exercises Should I Avoid With a Torn Labrum?

    A torn hip labrum, also referred to as a hip labral tear, is an injury to the labrum, the ring of cartilage that lines the rim of the acetabulum or hip socket. While a torn labrum occurs mainly in athletes...

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  • Hip and Groin Injuries That Affect Hockey Goalies

    Hip and Groin Injuries That Affect Hockey Goalies

    Ice hockey is a physically demanding sport involving rapid movements and specialized techniques, making it one of the most injury-prone sports.

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  • 5 Stretches That Can Help Mitigate Hip Pain

    5 Stretches That Can Help Mitigate Hip Pain

    The hip joint is one of the most important joints in the human body. It is formed by the head of the femur (thigh bone) fitting into the acetabulum of the pelvis, enabling a wide range of motion to the legs while bearing the weight of the upper body. 

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    Is Hip Pain Impeding Your Runs? Here’s How to Get Back on Track

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    Top 5 Patient Questions About Hip Osteoporosis

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