Shin splints are a common injury in not only runners but tennis players, dancers, and other athletes. In fact, it’s reported to occur in 4-35% of all military personnel and athletes at some point in their careers.
Metatarsalgia describes pain in the ball of the foot that affects the metatarsals, the small bones that connect the toes to the foot.
Degenerative disk disease refers to back pain caused by the wearing down of the disks in the spine. An incredibly common condition that is part of the natural aging process in all of us.
Plantar Fasciitis is a sharp pain in the heel or middle of the foot and is caused by inflammation of the tissue on the sole of the foot.
Achilles tendonitis, also referred to as Achilles tendinopathy, is an injury to the thin tendon that attaches the calf muscles to the heel at the back of the ankle.
A herniated disk is caused by a bulge in the jelly-like substance between the spine's bones. It is often referred to as a slipped disk or a prolapsed disk.
Tendinopathy and tendonitis are often used interchangeably. They both have almost identical symptoms, however, they are different conditions.
An MCL sprain is an injury to the thick ligament on the inside of the knee that helps to provide structure and stability to the joint.
Jumper's knee is another name for patellar tendonitis which is an injury to the tick tendon at the front of the knee.
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