Ultrasound vs MRI for Detecting Tennis Elbow Tears

Tennis elbow, clinically known as chronic lateral epicondylitis, is an affliction often seen in patients between ages 35 and 60. Ironically, despite its name, only about 20 percent of tennis players actually experience tennis elbow. Tennis elbow symptoms arise from placing force loads on muscles and tendons that are not conditioned to handle the stress. […]

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September 9, 2017

Pain in the Rear: Understanding Deep Gluteal Syndrome

Deep gluteal syndrome, formerly referred to as piriformis syndrome, is an overuse syndrome characterized by buttock pain accompanied by symptoms of sciatica. The condition is often caused by the sciatic nerve becoming entrapped and impinged around the piriformis muscle in the sub-gluteal space.

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August 18, 2017

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