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Athletic Performance
Question: One day after I finished lifting weights, my shoulder started to hurt. It went away and I went back...
Conditions
Question: When I use my left leg to change directions quickly or jump, I experience pain on the lower, outer...
Physical Therapy
Question: I’ve been experiencing a sharp pain in the inner edge of my left kneecap. The pain only comes on...
Question: It’s been some months since I had reconstructive hamstring surgery. I’ve done PT and a lot of my strength...
Question: I fractured my ankle (weber type A fracture) & tore “deep fibers” & sprained ligaments in it back in...
Question: I’m a freelance employee so going to doctors etc isnt the easiest thing for me right now. I play...
Question: I started housecleaning professionally a month ago. Last week I developed pain in my elbow and wrist, due to...
Question: How should I stay warmed up when I do multiple, but different exercises sessions throughout the day so I...
Question: The upward rotation of my right scapula was reduced at overhead position compared to my left one. At rest,...

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