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  • The Neurological Phenomenon of Stinger or Burner Injuries

    Source - US News

    When an athlete experiences a stinger or burner, at the moment of impact a bundle of nerves between the neck and shoulder area called the brachial plexus is injured. The most immediate symptom is often a stinging or burning electrical sensation and pain that is felt in the arm.

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  • Expert tips for reducing running injuries

    Source - Medical Xpress

    Most runners are enthusiastic about their sport and take steps to work out safely. But injuries like stress fractures and muscle strains, among others, are common and can sideline you, sometimes for weeks if not months.

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  • High-intensity interval training increases injuries, research shows

    Source - Science Daily

    People who engage in high-intensity interval training are at greater risk for injury, especially in the knees and shoulders, a new study has found.

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  • Causes of Distal Clavicle Osteolysis and Treatment Options

    Source - Verywell Health

    Distal clavicle osteolysis is shoulder joint pain at the end of the collarbone that is the result of bone disintegration and damage. The most common symptom is a sharp or aching pain at the junction of the acromioclavicular joint (AC joint) and collarbone.

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  • Hip Labrum Surgery: Is It The Right Treatment?

    Source - Verywell Health

    The hip labrum is a ring of cartilage that surrounds the socket of the ball-and-socket hip joint. Often likened to a meniscus tear of the knee joint, a hip labrum tear may be a source of pain and discomfort in the hip joint.

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  • Top 10 stretches for shoulder tightness

    Source - Medical News Today

    In this article, we describe 10 shoulder stretches and their benefits. We also discuss what causes shoulder tightness and how to prevent it.

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  • Fixing Frozen Shoulder Syndrome

    Source - Ivanhoe

    It’s a very painful condition that most of us have never heard of. Frozen shoulder syndrome often comes on with little warning, and can limit a person’s everyday activities. The condition may mimic arthritis, but early diagnosis and treatment can help patients get on the road to recovery.

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  • What to know about MCL tears

    Source - Medical News Today

    MCL injuries often happen during contact sports. Direct contact to the outside of the knee during a collision can push the knee sideways. This puts a lot of pressure on the MCL, which can tear. Contracting the muscle while running and turning can also put enough stress on the ligament to sprain or tear it.

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  • Stretches to Strengthen Your Core

    Source - Health Day

    Ever had a bad spasm from bending down to pick up your child or tie your shoes? Keeping your core muscles -- the workhorses that stabilize your spine -- flexible with a stretching routine can help prevent this common occurrence and protect your back in general.

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  • One-Third of U.S. Kids Have Back Pain, Study Says

    Source - Health Day

    One in three between the ages of 10 and 18 said they had backaches in the past year, according to a survey of about 3,700 youngsters. The incidence rose along with kids' age and weight and was higher among those who play competitive sports.

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