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  • Returning to physical activity post COVID-19 infection

    Source: Medical Xpress

    A leading expert in respiratory problems at the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences shares his advice for those looking to get back into exercise following infection.

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  • Here’s how to diagnose one of the most common injuries in golf

    Source: Golf.com

    A key instrument of communication and commerce, our hands are among our most personal assets. As golfers, they’re our only connection to the golf club, making them vitally important. They need to be strong and steady.

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  • Funny Bone and Ulnar Nerve Pain in the Elbow

    Source: Verywell Health

    When you hit your funny bone, or to be more correct, the ulnar nerve, you experience pain where the ulnar nerve works: down the forearm and into the ring and small fingers. This is called the ulnar nerve distribution, and it is the area of the body where the ulnar nerve provides sensation.

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  • What to know about a sprained knee ligament

    Source: Medical News Today

    Knee ligaments connect the leg bones and give support to the knee joint. A sprain affecting the knee occurs if a person tears or overstretches a ligament.

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  • What causes shoulder pain from sleeping?

    Source: Medical News Today

    Sleep helps the body repair itself. However, some people may notice that their shoulder hurts after sleeping, or that sleep makes their preexisting shoulder pain worse.

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  • The Towel Shoulder Rotation Stretch

    Source: Verywell Health

    The towel shoulder internal rotation stretch is a great exercise to improve the way your shoulder or rotator cuff moves. It can be an effective stretch for a frozen shoulder and as part of your post-op rotator cuff surgery protocol. If you are experiencing tightness around your shoulder, your PT can show you how to do the internal rotation stretch.

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  • How to Treat a Jersey Finger

    Source: ASSH

    A "jersey finger" gets its name from, you guessed it, a sports jersey! Jersey fingers are a casual name for the disruption of a tendon in the finger, often times caused by gripping someone’s jersey with a clenched hand during a game while that person runs in the opposite direction.

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  • A Runner's Guide To Hip Pain: Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

    Source: mindbodygreen

    You may have experienced general tightness or discomfort in your hips after sitting in the same place for too long. But hip pain from running is different and may require more specific measures for treatment and recovery. Whether you're a new runner or a seasoned one, hip pain is common. Here's what you should know about recognizing and managing it, according to experts.

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  • Hip Labrum Surgery: Is It the Right Treatment?

    Source: Verywell Health

    A number of recent studies have reported good short-term results following arthroscopic hip surgery. Most of these studies find that people who undergo hip arthroscopy have good pain relief in the months and years to follow surgical treatment. Especially in patients who do not have any signs of arthritis, these results tend to hold up well over time, and people are satisfied with their treatment.

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  • Duke researchers create first cartilage-mimicking gel that's strong enough for knees

    Source: News-Medical.Net

    The thin, slippery layer of cartilage between the bones in the knee is magical stuff: strong enough to withstand a person's weight, but soft and supple enough to cushion the joint against impact, over decades of repeat use. Duke University researchers say they've created an experimental gel that's the first to match the strength and durability of the real thing.

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