A groin strain is a common injury involving tearing in any of the five groin abductor muscles located inside the thigh. People who participate in competitive sports like baseball, football and karate are more likely to get groin injuries.
However, the likelihood of sustaining a groin strain increases when additional factors contribute to the injury. For example, lower back issues and weak or tight abductor muscles can increase the risk of a groin injury. Continue reading.
If you have ever suffered an injury that results in pain and discomfort, finding the right treatment options may prove difficult. Pain relief for symptoms is nothing more than a quick fix in many cases. You may regain limited mobility and the easing of symptomatic pain, but getting back to life as normal can seem unachievable. Continue reading.
It is called the “funny bone,” but in actuality, it is not a bone at all that causes the excruciating pain when you hit your elbow. The ulnar nerve runs from your neck to your hand and innervates the muscles in your hand and forearm. Half of your ring finger and your entire little finger are innervated by the two end branches of the nerve. Continue reading.
Physical activity like exercising and playing sports could result in an injury. Proper stretching, training, and gear can help in sports injuries prevention but accidents do happen. Sports injuries can happen over time because you may be putting excessive stress on your joints and muscles. Sports injuries fall into two categories: acute injuries and chronic injuries. Acute injuries are injuries that happen quickly and without warning. Chronic injuries are injuries that happen after exercising or playing a sport over a long period of time. Allied Pain & Spine Institute is available to help if you are experiencing any pain from a sports injury. Continue reading.