An Arthroscopic (Key-hole) Treatment of Tennis Elbow

Tennis Elbow is a common cause of lateral sided elbow pain. Contrary to the given name, many sufferers of tennis elbow do not necessarily play tennis. The diagnosis is usually straight forward. The area of the tennis elbow pain can be identified with one finger and it is usually on the outer bony prominence of … Continue reading

Ankle Sprains – What to do it it is recurrent and unstable?

Ankle Sprains Some interesting statistics about Ankle Sprains: •1/10,000 persons/day •23,000 ankle sprains in the U.S. each day •40-45% of sports injuries are ankle injuries •85% of ankle injuries are sprains •85% of sprains are due to inversion with injury to the lateral ligaments Inversion sprains (where the foot turns inwards) are the most common … Continue reading