Can Bad Shoes Cause Knee Pain?

Can Bad Shoes Cause Knee Pain?

Can Bad Shoes Cause Knee Pain? Written by: Matias Malkamaki Medically reviewed by: Dr. Nicholas A. Cheney, DO, FAOAO Joint pain is a common problem for people, especially as they grow older. While many factors play into the development of knee, ankle, and foot pain,...
Avascular Necrosis of the Shoulder

Avascular Necrosis of the Shoulder

Avascular Necrosis of the Shoulder Written by: Lauren Schuermann Medically reviewed by: Dr. Ralph J. Napolitano Jr., DPM, CWSP, FACFAS What Exactly Is Avascular Necrosis of the Shoulder? A lack of blood flow to a region causes severe damage to the tissues around it....
Hip Avulsion Fractures

Hip Avulsion Fractures

Hip Avulsion Fractures Written by: Amber Sauder Hip pain that occurs with sports injuries can typically fall into the categories of sprains and strains. These types of injuries can resolve with rest and conservative treatment. Unfortunately, some injuries that cause...
Broken Shoulder Blade (Scapula Fracture)

Broken Shoulder Blade (Scapula Fracture)

Broken Shoulder Blade (Scapula Fracture) Written by: Jacob Tiell What Is a Scapular Fracture? A scapular fracture is a broken shoulder blade. While not very common, these shoulder blade fractures typically occur due to high-energy blunt trauma through a motor vehicle...
Meniscus Tear

Meniscus Tear

Meniscus Tear Written by: Ben Piller What Is the Meniscus? The meniscus is a “wedge-shaped” piece of rubbery cartilage that fits between the tibia (shin bone) and the femur (thigh bone). There are two menisci in every knee as part of the normal anatomy of the human...