Noncontact ACL Injuries

Noncontact ACL Injuries

Noncontact acl injuries   Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries are common injuries that occur throughout high school, collegiate, and professional sports. The majority of these injuries occur without contact and disproportionately impact female athletes....
Spinal Cord Stimulators

Spinal Cord Stimulators

SPINAL CORD STIMULATORS by Jenna Tabbaa Neuropathic pain is a chronic pain that exhibits few signs of the original injury. The pain is due to nerves in the peripheral or central nervous systems that have become maladaptive and continue to send pain messages to the...
Anatomy of the Spine

Anatomy of the Spine

Anatomy of the Spine by Amber Donda, PT The spine consists of 24 bones that are stacked on top of each other to make up 3 regions; Cervical (neck), Thoracic (middle), and Lumbar (lower back). The individual bones in each of these regions are known as vertebrae....
Common Shoulder Injuries

Common Shoulder Injuries

COMMON SHOULDER INJURIES by Ala Shuman The shoulder joint is made up of multiple bones, held together by various muscles and tendons.  It is the most mobile joint in the body.  We use it for throwing, lifting, pushing, pulling, eating, driving, and a myriad of other...
Ankle Anatomy

Ankle Anatomy

ANKLE ANATOMY by  Shaunisha Winter The ankle is the joint that connects the lower leg to the foot. The joint is essential for walking and all mobility. The ankle is a commonly injured joint with the most common injury being an ankle sprain. The ankle joint has a lot...