Health Blog

Knee Pain in Swimmers

July 25th, 2013

Knee Pain During the Breaststroke At SSOR, we see many athletes from different ages, levels of competition, and injury histories.  Because of the volume of athletes we see here, there are definite injury trends within various sports.  One of those is medial knee pain with the “whip kick” during the breaststroke in swimmers.  This can

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Heat Illnesses in Athletes: Signs, Symptoms, Treatment

July 21st, 2013

Heat Illness in Athletes At SSOR, we see many athletes of all ages with various injuries and surgeries that require rehab.  As the school year approaches, many kids will start practicing for fall sports in the sweltering summer heat.  The problem is that many kids spend the whole summer in climate-controlled environments then start practicing

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Signs, Symptoms, and Treatment after a Concussion: The Role of Physical Therapy

May 24th, 2013

Concussion Treatment Arguably, the hottest topic in sports medicine right now is concussions.  Former NFL players are suing the league for long-term damage from concussions, former player deaths have been linked to depression from concussions, innovations in helmet design are continually occurring, and more  media attention has led to an influx of more studies and

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