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Could SI Joint Cause Back and Leg Pain?

The sacroiliac (SI) joint joins the base of the spine to the pelvis. You might not even know that you have one until this important part of your muscu...

Shoulder Surgery Options

A shoulder injury or degenerative shoulder condition can limit your ability to do your job, perform household chores, or enjoy your favorite recreatio...

How Long Does an Endoscopy Take, Start to Finish?

An endoscopy allows the doctor to look inside the body at internal structures and organs without making an incision. Your doctor may prescribe an endo...

What Does Outpatient Surgery Mean?

Outpatient surgery may sound like an oxymoron, but the last few decades of improvement in healthcare and technology make it possible. Today, some comm...

How to Know When a Sports Injury is Serious

Your knees are tough and durable. They give you support when you walk, jump, and run. And when you’re working or playing hard, your knees are doing ha...

Common Types of Bone Fractures

Most people refer to all fractures colloquially as “broken bones.” They may specify how the bone was broken (the incident), but not how the bone is br...

Treatments for Rotator Cuff Injury

The rotator cuff refers to a group of muscles and tendons surrounding your shoulder joint. They work together to keep the top of your arm bone in the ...

Difference Between ACL, MCL, and PCL Injuries

Your knees are tough and durable. They give you support when you walk, jump, and run. And when you’re working or playing hard, your knees are doing ha...