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Long days of football practices can be hard on an athlete's body. Follow these tips from the experts at UH Sports Medicine to get ready to take on the season.
Running may cause stress fractures, Achilles tendinitis, shin splints and just plain sore feet and knees. How you can help your child keep many injuries at bay.
Most youth baseball coaches are not following established sports medicine guidelines when it comes to counting pitches for their players, according to a recent study from University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital.
Kettlebells are similar to barbells and dumbbells, but you can use it for dynamic movements that improve strength and explosive power. Kettlebells are easy to incorporate into a cardio circuit routine
Your workout should also include a game plan for how to fuel your body -- before and after your routine.
Once considered an adults-only injury, anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears are being seen increasingly in young athletes, some as young as 10. Learn about a unique, three-pronged approach to treat and prevent ACL tears.
If you've suffered a sports-related injury, you may be a candidate to undergo stem cell therapy or platelet-rich plasma therapy, just like pitcher Bartolo Colon, golfer Tiger Woods and tennis player Rafael Nadal.
You have to break muscle down to build it back up stronger. If done correctly, the microtears you sustain from exercise will eventually accumulate to form muscle mass.