Sports Injuries

Assessing Overhead Shoulder Mobility (Part 1)

Assessing Overhead Shoulder Mobility (Part 1)

Can’t lift your arms up overhead? Must be a mobility issue, right? 

Not necessarily. Sometimes a stability issue can limit your shoulder mobility. After all, your brain doesn’t want you to move in positions that it cannot control. 

This article will cover how to assess overhead shoulder mobility to determine whether it is a stability or mobility issue limiting the movement. Part 2 of this article will cover some examples of exercises to improve overhead mobility. 

Treating Adductor Related Groin Pain | Sport’s Hernia 

Treating Adductor Related Groin Pain | Sport’s Hernia 

Adductor related groin pain, also called a sport's hernia, is a common cause of pain in the groin region. This condition is common in sports that require quick cutting and changes of direction. This post will discuss the pathology and treatment options for adductor related groin pain. 

Knee Injuries in Ultimate Frisbee

Knee Injuries in Ultimate Frisbee

The most common knee injuries in ultimate frisbee are patellar tendon pain, patellar tracking disorders, and iliotibial band syndrome. In this post, we will discuss how each of these knee injuries occurs and what can be done to treat them. 

Ankle Sprains in Ultimate Frisbee 

Ankle Sprains in Ultimate Frisbee 

In this post, we will discuss everything an ultimate frisbee player needs to know about ankle sprains including what ligaments are injured, when x-rays are needed, and how ankle sprains are commonly treated. 

Biceps Tendinopathy - Another Cause of Shoulder Pain

Biceps Tendinopathy - Another Cause of Shoulder Pain

Bicipital tendinopathy, often called biceps tendinitis or biceps tendinosis, is a common cause of pain on the front of the shoulder. This blog post will discuss what causes biceps tendinopathy, movements that can aggravate the tendon, and treatment options that can help with biceps tendon pain.