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People often blame cold weather or an impending storm for their increased joint pain. Are the two connected? And if so, what’s really causing the pain?
Burnout and overuse injury can limit your child’s enjoyment and success in playing sports. Learn how to recognize and prevent these common problems.
Recent research shows that recreational running decreases the rate of hip and knee osteoarthritis when compared to those with more sedentary lifestyles.
When properly cared for, a cast speeds healing of bones and soft tissue. Here are some tips to make your recovery as healthy and comfortable as possible.
Young athletes are at a higher risk of shoulder and elbow injuries from repeated overhead throwing motions. Learn how to help prevent these overuse injuries.
When a Cleveland Ballet dancer tore his ACL, the UH sports medicine team used their expertise and wearable technology to get him ready to perform again.
Whether swinging a hammer or a tennis racquet, or working at a computer all day, overuse syndromes are common and treatable.
Newer, minimally invasive procedures have shortened recovery times and a growing number skip the hospital stay.