injury prevention

Is yoga really a dangerous practice? A recent article in The New York Times, discussed an overwhelming phenomenon happening with serious and even deadly yoga related injuries.
Are you feeling sore, achy, or tight after a run? Overtime, running without proper mobility and stretching can lead to imbalances in the body resulting in sprains, pains, and injuries.
Research in the field of human performance is once again finding the multitude of benefits of incorporating yoga into an overall health and fitness program.
New research from Nationwide Children's Hospital evaluated the seasonal patterns of High School athletes and overuse injuries.
You work out hard and occasionally you do some serious damage to your hands. Last week we talked about how to prevent rips to the skin on your palms, but what happens once a rip occurs?
Recent research has investigated a variety of testicular disorders associated with mountain biking.
Knee pain can be a common complaint among all athletes. Younger athletes with knee pain may actually be suffering from Osgood-Schlatter Syndrome.
Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus and another new drug resistant bacterium, carbapenem-resistant klebsiella pneumoniae are quickly spreading in gyms, locker rooms, and athletic facilities.
Do you know where your plantar fascia is? Chances are you don’t unless you have injured it and developed plantar fasciitis (inflammation of the plantar fascia).
Stress fractures are the most common injuries in athletics today. Athletes with stress fractures usually seek medical treatment for these bothersome injuries after dealing with ongoing pain.
Patellar tendonitis (PT) also known as "jumper's knee" is a recurrent cause of chronic pain in the knees of athletes.