Shin Splint is a condition resulting from extreme physical activities and exercise that bring about muscle fatigue thereby resulting to the application of extra force to the tissue connecting muscles to shinbone. This can be treated through proper rest and refraining from any kind of exercise and physical activities. However, if the pain persists, surgery may be needed depending on the recommendation of the Sports Medicine Physician.
Rotator Cuff Tear is a kind of injury on the muscle shoulder as a result of repetitive motion or traumatic impact. Depending on the severity of the injury, this can be treated through non-surgical or surgical method.
Achilles Tendon is considered as the biggest tendon in the body connecting the muscle at the lower back leg and the heel bone. When over stretched, a tear may occur resulting to severe pain accompanied by swelling. If the tendon is severely damaged, surgery is the only cure.
Torn Meniscus is a cartilage found between the shin bone and thigh bone. The cause of the tearing of the meniscus is brought about by excessive stress on knee joint from over rotation, prolonged squatting or traumatic collision. Non-surgical treatment like compression can be applied.