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By Greg Rubin

Understanding PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

Understanding Platelet Rich Plasma Injections Introduction Platelet rich plasma (PRP) is used commonly in orthopedic procedures and carries a wide…

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By Greg Rubin

Review of the Sinus Tarsi Syndrome

Review of the Sinus Tarsi Syndrome Introduction The sinus tarsi is a poorly understood area and a common source of…

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By Greg Rubin

Management of Recurrent Stingers

Management of Recurrent Stingers Introduction Stingers, characterized by unilateral arm weakness, are seen in up to 65% of football players…

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By Greg Rubin

Pectoralis Major Tears

Pectoralis Major Tear Introduction Tears of the pectoralis major can occur with weight lifting and may require surgery for full…

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By Greg Rubin

Plantar Plate Tear of the Lesser Toes

Planter Plate Tears of the Lesser Toes Introduction The plantar plate is a type I collagen ligamentous structure that supports…

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By Andrew Schleihauf

Os trigonum syndrome

os trigonum syndrome introduction Os trigonum syndrome, sometimes called posterior ankle impingement syndrome (PAIS), is a potentially underrecognized condition and…

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By Greg Rubin

Review on Dupuytren's Contracture

Review on Dupuytren’s Contracture Introduction A Dupuytren’s contracture was first discovered in the 1600s and bears the name of a…

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By Greg Rubin

Hyaluronic Acid and Rotator Cuff Tendonitis

Hyaluronic Acid and Rotator Cuff Tendonitis Introduction The treatment of rotator cuff tendinopathy typically revolves around a combination of a…

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By Greg Rubin

Recognizing and Treating Bacterial Folliculitis

Recognizing and Treating Bacterial Folliculitis Introduction Hair follicles are a common place for infection in the training room. Folliculitis is…

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By Greg Rubin

Sideline Management of PIP Dislocation

Sideline Management of PIP Dislocation Introduction The most commonly diagnosed finger dislocation is a dorsal dislocation of the PIP joint.…

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By Greg Rubin

Sideline Management of Shoulder Dislocation

Sideline Management of Shoulder Dislocation Shoulder dislocations are commonly seen during sporting event coverage and can be reduced using multiple…

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By Sports Medicine Review

Evidence-based Macronutrient Nutritional Considerations in the Athlete

Evidence-based Macronutrient Nutritional Considerations in the Athlete Nutrition is a subject that should be important to every person, young or…

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