Tennis Elbow – Not Only for Tennis Players

Do you have to play tennis to have “tennis elbow”? The answer is ‘no.’ Although tennis elbow commonly affects tennis players, it also affects other athletes and non-athletes! Someone who is involved in activities requiring repetitive arm, elbow, or wrist movement. Tennis elbow is caused by an inflammation of the tendons surrounding the elbow, especially…


Stress Fractures – A Sneaky, But Common Injury

Stress fractures are very common with athletes who run and jump on hard surfaces. That means you basketball players, distance runners, and even ballet dancers. Stress fractures are commonly known as “very small sliver or crack in the bone.” Why do stress fractures occur? Stress fractures happen when there is unusual or repeated stress on…