Tendons are made of strong tough connective tissue that is continuous with your muscles. They cross over joints to anchor your muscles to bones, enabling movement.
Because they are subjected to high forces when you sprint, jump and make rapid directional changes, tendons sometime become sore or even ruptured. Knowing how to properly treat your painful tendon is essential for quick and effective recovery.
Chronic Ankle Instability Ankle sprains are common sports injuries that occur when the ankle rolls in a lateral motion, doing damage to muscle and connective tissue. Forty percent of patients suffering a lateral ankle sprain develop chronic ankle instability (CAI), which can impede performance, cause ongoing foot and ankle pain, and lead to more […]Read More (0)
If you are physically active in sports or exercise, or if you work at a physically demanding job, you are no stranger to muscle pain. More often than not, you rest it, ice it, pop some NSAIDs and ignore it, and it eventually goes away. Sometimes, however, a muscle strain can put you on the […]Read More (0)